As we move closer to Norwescon 36, are you curious about how Norwescon 35 went? Well, wonderfully, of course! If you’d like a response that’s a little bit more detailed, our Norwescon 35 Post-Con Report is now available!
Our annual Volunteer Appreciation Picnic comes this summer (Saturday, August 4th, 2012, Noon until 5pm, at North SeaTac Park)! Did you volunteer for Norwescon 35, either as ConCom or by stopping by Volunteers during the con? Then you’re invited! Are you interested in volunteering for Norwescon 36? Well, you’re invited too!
Did you help plan, organize, and create the Pacific Northwest’s premier science-fiction and fantasy convention? It’s time for our final Norwescon 35 ConCom meeting!
Each year, Norwescon presents a number of awards to its attendees, costumers, and exhibiting artists. Here are this year’s winners — congratulations to all of you!
Thanks from all of us on the Norwescon 35 ConCom to all of you who attended, our volunteers, the pros and panelists, dealers and artists, the hotel, and of course, our wonderful Guests of Honor. We’ll see you again next year for Norwescon 36!
Philip K. Dick Awards c/o PO Box 3447 Hoboken, NJ 07030 (201) 876-2551 www.philipkdickaward.org April 6, 2012 For Immediate Release 2012 Philip K. Dick Award Winner Announced It was announced on Friday, April 6, at Norwescon 35, in SeaTac, Washington, that the winner for the distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during 2011 in the U.S.A. … Read More
Norwescon 35: Seeds of Tomorrow. April 5-8, 2012 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport. Writer Guest of Honor Stephen Baxter, Artist Guest of Honor John Picacio, Science Guest of Honor Bridget Landry, Spotlight Publisher DAW Books.
The official hash tag for Norwescon 35 is #nwc35, and our music track is using the hashtag #nwcmusic. Here’s what all of you are saying about Norwescon (pulled from a search for #nwc35, #nwcmusic, and norwescon)!
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.
It is just a few days before this year’s Norwescon, and I hope that you all are as excited as I am.
Got too many nonperishable items in your emergency kits for the Zombie apocalypse that you need to get rid of? If so, then you should bring them to Norwescon and donate them to Northwest Harvest.
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.
Ladies and Gentlemen, take your positions please! The Istan bull is time warping Major Tom something good. Dare to be stupid because we can (can). Never trust a Star Trekkin’ Klingon, it’ll make ya wanna shout!
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!
Get the latest word on our plans for programming, the daily ‘zine, open volunteer positions, music, muggle quidditch, Maxi’s, and more!
We hope to see you at one or more of our panels this year. Why not collect the whole set?
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.