Convention season is coming up fast for Brain Lag! We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events:

June 1-3: Niagara Falls Comic Con
June 17: Brampton ComiCon
July 13-15: Ad Astra
August 2-5: Gen Con
September 22: Forest City Comicon

As always, keep an eye on our event calendar for new events as they are added, and follow our Facebook and Twitter accounts for up-to-date news on upcoming events and other author appearances.


Thanks to you, our readers and authors, 2016 was the biggest year yet for Brain Lag. The addition of our fifth author, Stephen B. Pearl, and his Tinker books, along with Hugh A. D. Spencer’s Why I Hunt Flying Saucers And Other Fantasticals and J. R. Dwornik’s Green Light to Paradise expanded the Brain Lag lineup by 67%!

In 2017, we’re working on getting out to more local events. Here is our schedule so far:

March 17-19: Toronto Comicon
April 1: Kitchener Comicon
May 5-7: Ad Astra
May 13: The Bookshelf
June 2-4: Niagara Falls Comic Con
August 17-20: Gen Con

Our event calendar will be updated as new events are added, and stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter accounts for up-to-date news on upcoming events and other author appearances.

Finally, our submission guidelines have been updated. We hope that this update clarifies what we are looking for in submissions. Also note that we are actively seeking works by or featuring women and minorities. We believe in diversity in fiction at Brain Lag, so please spread the word so we can help bring more inclusive tales to life.

We’re looking forward to another great year!

Thank you to everyone who came to see us at SFContario. Our 2012 convention season is now over, but it won’t be long before we make more local appearances. Spring 2013 looks to be busy with several conventions and possibly some other events as well. Stay tuned and keep a watch on our calendar of upcoming events for a convention near you.

We would also like to extend a warm welcome to Kellie, the newest member of the Brain Lag team. Kellie will be helping us out with publicity and promotion, so hopefully you’ll be hearing more about Brain Lag in the months to come.