Virtual Con & Award Winners

Our Virtual Realm Makers Conference was a success!

We had 332 people in attendance across five separate platforms (our website, Crowdcast, Discord, Zoom, and The Fantasy Network). While there were technical challenges, like Crowdcast beta-testing software during N.D. Wilson’s keynote or a huge internet outage caused by Cloudflare, we made it through with flying colors! Don’t believe us? Read Lorehaven’s Review.

Wanna know the best part of hosting a virtual conference? Conferees can watch any sessions they missed during the actual conference! Bummed you missed out? You’d don’t have to be!

Access to every streaming session is available for purchase as a bundle for $199 through the Realm Makers Bookstore. Access extends through June 30, 2021. (The “Story Trumps Structure” session by Stephen James is only streaming through August 19, 2020!)

Individual sessions are available for purchase for $30 each on Crowdcast. Just follow the links below to the replays you want! Use coupon code SAVE50 to save 50% on individual replays on Crowdcast through August 19th.


Drumroll, please… It’s time to (re)announce our…

2020 Award Winners

Watch the Awards Ceremony (replay)

The Realm Awards

Book of the Year & Fantasy

Seventh City by Emily Hayse (Hayse Publishing)

Read about the Realm Makers Goblet

<< Purchase signed copies of our 2020 Award winners in the Realm Makers Bookstore>>

Science Fiction

Brand of Light by Ronie Kendig (Enclave Publishing)

Young Adult

To Best the Boys by Mary Weber (Thomas Nelson)


Amish Werewolves of Space by Kerry Neitz (Freeheads)


Mercury on Guard by Steve Rzasa (Interstice Books)


Fyrian’s Fire by Emily Jeffries (Sheepsgate Press)

Middle Grade

Iggy & Oz: The Plastic Dinos of Doom by J.J. Johnson (Dark Side Geeks)


Hello Ninja by N.D. Wilson (HarperCollins)

The Parable Award

Cover Design

Austin Lord for The Heart of the Curiosity (Uncommon Universes Press)

The Alliance Award

Readers’ Choice

Brand of Light by Ronie Kendig (Enclave Publishing)

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