Killer Nashville Terms & Policies
Killer Nashville is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.
Killer Nashville Terms of Agreement
You will be contacted prior to the conference for your choice as to who does your critique following registration (if you signed up and paid for a critique).
You must be registered for the full conference to participate in the roundtable events.
The Killer Nashville Awards Dinner is open to the public, tickets are purchased in addition to conference registration.
By registering for Killer Nashville, you are accepting our terms of the agreement and conference policies including, but not limited to all charges being processed by American Blackguard, Inc. on behalf of Killer Nashville.
By registering or attending Killer Nashville you are giving permission for Killer Nashville to use your name, image, likeness, and voice in all mediums for Killer Nashville or American Blackguard, Inc.
A separate registration form is required for each person registering.
If you require special access or assistance during the conference, please coordinate that with the hotel.
There is a $25 service charge for all returned checks.
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS.
Upon receipt of your requests and payment, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to you within 2 weeks.
NEWSLETTER: You agree to be placed on the Killer Nashville mailing list to receive occasional updates, newsletters, and promotions from Killer Nashville, the Claymore Award, and other Killer Nashville related programs.
BOOK SIGNING NOTE: The more flexible you are the greater your chance of being able to sign books. Every effort will be made to accommodate your schedule, but no guarantees apply. Registration also does not guarantee an opportunity to sign. Please understand that if this information is received after July 1st, Barnes & Noble will progressively have a harder time ordering copies of your books to sign. Only books carried by traditional distributors will be available to be signed at the on-site Barnes & Noble Bookstore. Authors wishing to consign books with Barnes & Noble should contact Robby Bryan at (615) 377-9979.
Barnes & Noble and Killer Nashville will accommodate all authors as space permits. Filling out this form does not guarantee a book signing or a panel position. You will be notified before the conference of your panel position(s) and/or book signing time(s).
AUTHORS: Please include an announcement on your website that you will be appearing at Killer Nashville, with a link to Killer Nashville. When panels and signing times are assigned, please include that information on your website as well so that your personal fan base will know when to see you specifically.
Consistent with other national conferences such as the New York MWA Symposium, all events may be taped and sold to raise money for future Killer Nashville events. Panelists’ recorded audio and visual appearances, including use of their voice, name, image, and likeness, are considered a charitable donation for the benefit and continuance of Killer Nashville. Regarding media appearances and coverage, all parties will seek to accommodate as many requests as possible. Final determination to be made by show producers and media editors.
By participating in any offering by Killer Nashville (i.e., conference, contest, catalog show, etc.), you agree you have read and understood everything contained herein.