This is the first NoirCon. Last year I think there was an event called Goodiscon and this is sort of stepping into that spot.
Thus far, although the website has little information on it about attending authors/panels as of yet, behind the scenes they seem incredibly well organized. In fact, you've just reminded me I need to put together my information for the booklet. I've had my panel assignment for a while, and am looking forward to it.
Ah. Well, Ken Bruen asked me to go. I haven't met the organizers myself, but they seem to be well on top of things, and I have other friends who know them, so it sounds good. There are plans for podcasting from the events, and... some other stuff that I don't know if I can talk about - not sure if it's public or not.
When I got my panel assignment I was left to wonder how I snuck on a panel with such incredible people.
This looks awesome, I would love to go. I've got to see if I can make it or not since I normally do comic conventions. I know I have a con appearance set for April 13th, but nothing else in April or May as of yet.