Norwescon will be hosting an all ConCom retreat in the summer of 2016 to focus on preparing for Norwescon 40 (in 2017). Please help us figure out the best weekend for this event!
It’s here! Our first poster for Norwescon 39! Download it, print it out, and post it anywhere and everywhere you can! Well, anywhere and everywhere you can that won’t get you or us in trouble, of course.
Hi all, Jeanine and I would like to let you all know who the Norwescon 39 Exec Team will be. While we are very happy with this team, I also want to encourage everyone on our Concom to think about stepping up to new positions this year. Be a second! Then, you too could be an Exec in the future. … Read More
This past weekend was our final Norwescon 38 ConCom meeting, and we have some final updates on just how well this year went!
We would like to congratulate Norwescon 39 Chair Katharine Bond and Vice-Chair Jeanine Swanson. We would also like to congratulate the elected members of this year’s Guest of Honor Committee, Gregory Gadow and William Sadorus.
The Norwescon Art Show is proud to announce this year’s winners and would like to thank all of our artists for their outstanding contribution to this year’s show.
As announced just after the convention, our Guests of Honor for Norwescon 39 are Tanya Huff (Author), Janny Wurts (Artist), William K. Hartmann (Science), and DAW (Spotlight Publisher), represented by Sheila Gilbert and Betsy Wollheim.
We were quite happy to have several of this year’s Hugo nominees at Norwescon, and would like to express our heartfelt congratulations to them and to all the other nominees!
It was announced on Friday, April 3, at Norwescon 38, in SeaTac, Washington, that the winner for the distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during 2014 in the U.S.A. is: THE BOOK OF THE UNNAMED MIDWIFE by Meg Elison (Sybaritic Press)
Norwescon, a proud supporter of EMP Museum’s Write out of this World writing contest, is excited to announce in conjunction with EMP the winners of the contest.
We’d like to thank George R.R. Martin for his very generous donations to our charity auction! You’ll have a chance to bid on these on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Art and Charity Auction in Grand 2.
We are excited about the Norwescon 38 Guest of Honor Banquet! We have some changes this year, including a new menu.
It’s here! We are once again using Guidebook to provide the best possible smartphone/tablet/mobile experience! Just download the official Guidebook app on your iOS or Android device, search for the Norwescon 38 guide, and you’ll be ready to go!
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