Thank you. I never got the list e-mail, aha... But my Pen Name is on the list. Still waiting to hear back from the staff about the submission, but nothing yet... Just curious if the submission is acceptable or not, and would like to know~ (Though I totally get it if they are just really really busy and have not seen it yet )
I think it strange that you have got no reply e-mail from them at all, especially the first one which is automatic reply
If you're already on the list then I would like to suggest to ask them on twitter, because I guess the problem might occur from your e-mail, It's like you can send to them but you can't receive from them
Sorry for jumped in to conclusion that you haven't got any mail from them...
yeah, maybe they're too busy to reply, it's likely they accept all submissions, if there's any problem they would have already contact you, but if you curious, you can try confirm with them :3
(since you can receive mail from them, I guess no need to use alternate way)
And alright~ It was just a little strange since I sent them two questions a couple minutes asking about sending in the submission (my computer had been having trouble with Internet connection) before sending the submission a few days ago, and they only replied to the Internet connection question, not if they received the submission or not, but oh well~ Probably just really busy~
I also didn't receive an email after I sent my submission but my name is on the list. I sent my submission using mediafile instead of attaching it to the email do you think that would be an issue? I don't know if mediafile works for Japan.
They have updated event detail with name of authors.
For activity inside event, there'll be live piano performance, writing comment to staff, rock-paper-scissor challenging for requesting autograph from participating circle.
I'm not sure about their photograph policy (just sent email to ask them) but if I can, I'll publish them somewhere and bring the link here :D
I didn't actually take a picture, but have to say that l found the event somewhat underwhelming. The catalogue and the fan book are nice, but other than that it is by far the smallest event I've come across. By contrast, the Sayaka* event 5 floors down is easily thrice as big (despite itself still being smaller than events like Girls Love Fes by an even greater factor). The quality of the work on display is also nothing to phone home about. All in all am surprised, but it does explain the very low attendance, even when compensating for the size.