Norwescon Speculative Film Fest

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Norwescon will host the Norwescon Speculative Film Fest on April 15–16, 2022. The festival showcases short films and micro short films (under three minutes) that intersect with the speculative fiction genre, including science fiction, fantasy, and horror.

News from Norwescon September 2021

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Announcing Waypoint Norwescon: A Virtual Mini-Con November 6–7; Norwescon 44 COVID Policy; Norwescon Book Club; First Meeting for Norwescon 44 – This Saturday!; Help Wanted!; Norwescon Writers Workshop – Submission Deadline January 1, 2022

September ConCom Meeting

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Would you like to help plan, organize, and create the Pacific Northwest’s premier science-fiction and fantasy convention? September’s Norwescon 44 planning meeting will be held Saturday, September 18th, 2021.

News from Norwescon June 2021

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We hope to see you in person next spring! But until then….it’s time to start planning real-world events again! Our Volunteer Picnic, camping trip, and book club meetups are all coming up. Stop by and say hi!

Masquerade Winners

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This year’s virtual Masquerade only included five entries, but those entries deeply impressed our judges and were all acknowledged for their merits this year.

Norwescon 43 is Done!

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To our Guests of Honor, pros, panelists, performers, authors artists, dealers, clubs, and of course, all of our volunteer staff and members: thank you! We’ll be back — in person, we hope — for Norwescon 44, April 14-17, 2022!

2021 Philip K. Dick Award Winner Announced

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It was announced on Friday, April 2, 2021 at Norwescon 43, in (virtual) SeaTac, Washington, that the winner for the distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during 2020 in the U.S.A. is ROAD OUT OF WINTER by Alison Stine (Mira). Special citation was given to THE BOOK OF KOLI by M. R. Carey (Orbit).