So one thing I need to decide fairly soon is whether we want to book a dealer's room table at WorldCon for the Small Press Co-op / SLF. It's $225, which is more of the SLF funds than I want to spend purely for promotional purposes. But if enough of our small press people want to chip in a bit for costs and actually use the table to sell stuff (and share some of the staffing so I'm not trapped there the entire time), well, that'd be just fine. But I'm just not sure that we'll have enough interested presses attending that Con at that point -- and I need to make the decision now, rather than later, and put down our $100 deposit. Waffle waffle waffle.
I need to look into WisCon and World Fantasy tables too.
I'm pleased to note that people have started signing up -- if you go to our new co-op page on the site, you can see a list of our very first members. :-)
Hmmm...I was just wondering what a dealer's room table would do for the electronic publishers. I wonder if it's possible to bring a laptop and hook it up to a tv on a cart (the convention provided?), and set it up with a bunch of sites, so that visitors could browse through them. How hard would that be?