Our first round of pro invitations for Norwescon 41 has gone out!
Our lineup of ConCom (convention committee) meeting dates for Norwescon 41 have just been posted on our Volunteers page. Our monthly ConCom meetings are the best way to peel back the curtain and become an active part of producing Norwescon! We’re always looking for more volunteers, and would be happy to have you as part of the team.
Norwescon is pleased to announce our Executive Team for Norwescon 41.
As just tabulated and announced at the post-con meeting post-meeting social, here are the results of the Norwescon 41 elections: Loree Parker (chair), Tonya Clark (vice-chair), Jackie Nordquist and Katrina Marier (GOH Committee), and the bylaw change was approved.
It’s once again time for our post-convention roundup of links! Over the past few weeks, we’ve been keeping an eye out for your blog posts, photo sets, and videos from Norwescon 40 to see what all you were saying. Here’s what we found!
The five Philip K. Dick Award judges for distinguished science fiction published in paperback original format in the United States in the 2017 award year are Robert Onopa, Deborah J. Ross, James Stoddard, Amy Thomson, and Rick Wilber.
Congratulations to the winners of the Norwescon 40 Masquerade!
It was announced on Friday, April 14, 2017 at Norwescon 40, in SeaTac, Washington, that the winner for the distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during 2016 in the U.S.A. is: THE MERCY JOURNALS by Claudia Casper (Arsenal Pulp Press). Special citation was given to: UNPRONOUNCEABLE by Susan diRende (Aqueduct Press).
This year’s Hugo Award nominations were announced today, and several of the nominees are past or current Norwescon attendees, either as Guests of Honor or as attending professionals (and sometimes both!).
The Norwescon team invites you to hang out in the Convention Lounge: the convention’s ‘living room’. The Convention Lounge offers a more comfortable, intimate space than our former Hospitality.