Norwescon is pleased to announce our Executive Team for Norwescon 40.
Would you like to help plan, organize, and create the Pacific Northwest’s premier science-fiction and fantasy convention? May’s Norwescon 37 post-con meeting will be held Saturday, May 17th, 2014.
Did you volunteer at Norwescon 37? Are you curious about volunteering at Norwescon 38? Then please join us on July 20th for our annual Norwescon Volunteer Picnic!
We are proud to announce that we will be joined by Science Guest of Honor Amy Mainzer, Artist Guests of Honor Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell, and Author Guest of Honor George R. R. Martin for Norwescon 38!
Norwescon was mentioned in an account of a project to develop a functional mechanical hand. It turns out that a gadget first created for a costume, and first shown publicly at Norwescon 34, is being adapted to assist a South African man who lost fingers on his right hand in a woodworking accident.
On Monday, June 25, 2012, we sent an email from firstname.lastname@example.org regarding a price glitch. This email was sent to individuals who pre-registered for Norwescon 36 (2013) at Norwescon 35. The email is legitimate. Please follow the instructions provided.
Join Garrison Titan of the 501st Legion along with other Star Wars characters for a charity photo shoot! Find the 501st in the hotel lobby on Friday evening, starting at 7pm and lasting until 10pm or until the last of the rebel scum have been appropriately dealt with.
Norwescon is a 100% volunteer run convention. Many of our volunteers work year-round to plan and organize the convention, but many more join us during the convention weekend. Here are some FAQs about volunteering for Norwescon…
The 2012 Hugo Award nominees will be announced simultaneously at five conventions in the United States and Europe on April 7. Arrangements are also being made to broadcast all five convention presentations via Ustream.
T-minus eight days…and high on the list of things to do is getting the ‘Norwescon Sold Out’ banner trimmed and ready to hang!
The judges for the 2012 P.K. Dick award (next year’s, to be awarded in 2013 at Norwescon 36) have just been announced. Congratulations to Bruce Bethke, Sydney Duncan, Daryl Gregory, Bridget McKenna, and Paul Witcover! The full press release follows.
Would you like to help plan, organize, and create the Pacific Northwest’s premier science-fiction and fantasy convention? February’s Norwescon 35 planning meeting will be held Saturday, March 17th, 2012.
It’s here! The Norwescon 35 schedule of events! Get the rundown of every event happening all weekend long with our full event listings.
Norwescon will provide live access to the 2011 Philip K. Dick Award Ceremony on Friday, April 6, 2012, beginning at 6:55 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
We’ve just published our scheduled gaming lineup for this year! Munchkin, Pathfinder, D&D, Magic, and a whole lot more will be running throughout the convention.
We are proud to present this year’s Norwescon 35 television spot! Look for this spot to air on KBTC Public Television over the next month and a half as we gear up for Norwescon 35!
Would you like to help plan, organize, and create the Pacific Northwest’s premier science-fiction and fantasy convention? February’s Norwescon 35 planning meeting will be held Saturday, February 18th, 2012.
You’re invited to a party! The Norwescon Stuffing Party will be held Sunday, April 1 at the SeaTac DoubleTree Hotel at 1 p.m. The room will be on the daily meeting boards at the hotel entrances. Stuffing should be over by 4:00 PM at the latest.
The judges of the 2011 Philip K. Dick Award and the Philadelphia SF Society, along with the Philip K. Dick Trust, are pleased to announce seven nominated works that comprise the final ballot for the award.
We’ve rolled out a number of updates to the website over the holiday weeks. If you’re following us on Twitter, Facebook, or Google Plus, you may already know some of this — but you might not know all of it! So, here’s what we rolled out over the past week or so….