Online Programming 2023

Voting is now closed. The schedule will be announced in April.

All of CONfabulation’s programming is designed and staffed by volunteers, both attendees and members of our con committee.

Virtual CONfab 2023 will be held online on April 29th and 30th, through Conline, with programming being held using Zoom Meetings and Discord. We will be hosting two tracks of panels on Saturday and activities on Sunday, in the following formats:

Multi-Fandom Topics – These panels often include subjects of multifandom interest, like the representation of women in canon, supernatural worldbuilding, or writing good kink fic. They may also cover a more general fandom universe that has multiple smaller fandoms that fall under its umbrella.

Single-Fandom Topics – These panels often focus on topics of single-fandom or niche interest.

Workshops – Workshops give attendees a chance to learn something new, or hone their skills. Past workshops have included things like live beta reading, cross-stitch, fandom stitch ‘n bitch, making fannish plushies, tabletop RPGs 101, and more, but they can be about anything you’re interested in and want to share with others.

Activities – Activities can include group games, watches of movies or TV, crafting, themed vid shows, and more. If you think of something not suggested here, please submit it.

Anyone interested in leading a panel can submit a proposal during our submission period. We put all panel proposals (sans proposer’s name) to a public vote to gauge interest, and if your proposal is accepted, we’ll let you know what to do next. To submit an activity, you have to be registered for the virtual con. Activities will not be voted on. You can submit up to four topics/activities in total.

If you have any questions, contact our programming team at