Started in 2011 with co-founder Kat Nicely, Morbid Cuddles is a fan-focused company that creates handmade geek and nerd culture inspired pillows. The pillows are made from 100% Cotton Flannel or Fleece. The polyfil used is also 100% cotton. Each pillow has a life time guarantee and will be repaired for free.
Original and Fan art will be available by Kyla Mills under her art signature Reepir. Commissions will be available pre-con through her DeviantArt or FurAffinity under username Reepir.
JeffToys.com provides fans of comics and anime the best of toys, statues, figures and other merchandise based on movies, television and popular culture.
Melonie Moon is an illustrator who enjoys creating anime-style artwork using vibrant colors and a healthy dose of imagination. She enjoys bringing to life manga-inspired game characters, super heroes, cartoons and even cute animals. Melonie is looking forward to meeting art fans at AMA-Con, where she will be available to do sketches and commissions.
If you’d like to contact her prior to the convention for early commissions, please take a look at some of her latest creations at http://www.Melonie-Moon.deviantart.com. Drop her a message. She’d love to hear from you.
Steaming Stitches are purveyors of fine goods, vintage and eclectic designs for a past that might have happened! We are a little family owned business specializing in original Steampunk Designs and Vintage Goods. We repurpose, upcycle, and reinvent goods for your shopping pleasure and delight.
After visiting AMA-CON last year we are so happy to be given the chance to bring our unusual brand of Steampunk as vendors this year.
We are based out of Elk City, Oklahoma. For the past five years we have been vendors at regional Steampunk and Science Fiction Conventions such as Soonercon, Octopodicon and Steampunk Makers Affair, as well as several vintage and craft shows.
Please find us on Etsy and Facebook.
Shopkeepers: Debra and Lee Campbell
Are you a Whovian?? Well, get excited to be EXTERMINATED at AMA-CON 2016! Tim the Dalek and Friends will be invading AMA-CON 2016 to exterminate you and your friends! Take photos inside the Doctors TARDIS, be forced to OBEY Tim Dalek and Tom Dalek as they roam the con floor for a selfie! So come “Allonsy” and don’t miss this “fantastic” prop collection including Davros and the moment and have your Doctor Who dreams come to life.
A Note from Mary Lou Cowden:
“My name is Mary Lou Cowden, and I have been a face painter for 6 years. I use high quality, professional supplies made specifically for face and body painting. I invite you to stop by my booth and indulge in a little whimsy.”
Carrie Wink is the co-owner of Athena’s wink. She designs cute, geeky things with her crew of quirky ladies. They are based in New York City and travel around the country selling at video game, anime, and nerd culture conventions. Carrie has been making hats, flasks and other items for the last decade. She also makes costumes in her spare time for herself, theater, and for indie productions.
The mission of Athena’s Wink is to continue to deliver high quality apparel and fashion accessories with a strong geek influence. In a time when anime, video games, comic books and other previously niche entertainment is flourishing, we’ve found that audiences are calling out for ways to express their love for these properties, made by people who obviously share that love.
Henry Melton is science fiction writer pursuing the independent publishing course under his imprint Wire Rim Books. With over twenty titles, many award-winning, ranging from a light children’s book to world catastrophe novels, he is growing a a fan base the old fashioned way, meeting people face to face at a growing number of book events, science fiction conventions and popular media events.
Henry has been writing science fiction for the magazines and anthologies since the 70s but during the past decade or so, has been concentrating on novels under his own imprint. As a dedicated traveler, he has all the states, most of Canada, as well as a few visits to Europe and Africa to draw on. Often inspired by the places he visits, a number of his books fall under the Small Towns Big Ideas umbrella. These young adult novels typically feature a high school aged protagonist who encounters something out of the ordinary, and is forced to solve the problem.
Starting in 2011, Henry began a large scale effort The Project Saga. Begun first as short stories back in the 70s, this shared history tale currently includes half a dozen novels and one hybrid novel that includes all the short stories previously published embedded in a new story line. It is only half done, but begins with Star Time, the current day starting point, which branches off into Tales of the Recovery of Earth and separately, the U’tanse Series, revealing a new fragment of humanity born as slaves on another planet, but gifted with extraordinary talents.
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Blackbead Books and the Steamdogs are back again for 2016! Come by our booth for a fine selection of poetry, Steampunk, pirate and more, brought to you in book form and on CD! This year we will also have hand-crafted Steampunk weapons, canes for the gentleman, jewelry for the lady, and much more. Come chat with us about publishing your own work or, since we now also own Seadog Studios, your work on CD! Poets, authors, musicians and singers, come see us and let us tell you about publishing your work. If nothing else, come by for a “free sample” of poetry!
Hargoliph Studio is the art and work of Amy West. Working in an assortment of mediums she specializes in images featuring animals and mythical creatures. She is also the writer and artist for the online webcomic Star Watcher. She will be offer prints, posters, and postcards of many of her works as well as adorable magnets! There will also be a chance to commission your own, unique, magical creatures to be sketched on site!
You can find out more about Amy and her art on the Hargoliph Studio Facebook, Twitter, and website.