The Art Show is Accepting Applications! The Norwescon 43 Virtual Art Show is now accepting applications. We’d love to hear from you! Headlined by our artist guest of honor, Sana Takeda, the Virtual Art Show is an online platform allowing you to exhibit your work and provide links to Norwescon members and the viewing public connecting to your own website, … Read More
Having a Virtual Convention Norwescon goes virtual! But… what does that even mean? We have to level with you. While we all really want to come together in person, we also want flying cars. Our crystal balls, psychics, and tea leaves are unable to guarantee that stuffing thousands of people into a hotel will be a good idea by next … Read More
Save the Date! Join us on Sunday, April 5th for the annual Norwescon Stuffing Party! Be the first in your neighborhood to see what sort of goodies everyone will receive in their swag bags! We might even have the latest programming grids on the wall for your perusal. Working at the stuffing party counts towards hours worked at the con. … Read More
NorwesKids Arts & Crafts Show! We are excited to announce our beloved NorwesKids Arts & Crafts Show at Norwescon! Young artists (ages 0-12) are encouraged to bring (or make) arts and crafts that we will put on display in Olympic 1 during the convention. All convention members will be welcome to vote on favorites in age-group categories. The submission window … Read More
Would you like to advertise your business or organization to a targeted group of 3,000+ science, science-fiction, and fantasy literature and media fans? The Norwescon 41 program book is a great way to do this!
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!
We’ve been keeping an eye out to see what all of you lovely people have been saying about Norwescon 39 since we wrapped things up — here’s a rundown of what we’ve found so far. If you know of something we missed, feel free to let us know in the comments!
While most of our attention is focused on this year’s Norwescon 39, we are also starting to look forward to next year’s Norwescon 40 — and we’d like your help with one of our ideas, especially if you’ve been attending Norwescon for a long time.
The Norwescon Daily ‘Zine is coming back for NWC38, and we want your 100-words-or-less flash fiction!
Downloadable flyers for NWC38 are now available, and you can order your official NWC38 t-shirt featuring the art of Julie Dillon!
It’s here! We are once again using Guidebook to provide the best possible smartphone/tablet/mobile experience!
Snap a photo of a Norwescon poster around the Seattle area, send it in, and you could win a special badge ribbon!
As we get ever closer to Norwescon 37 — just one month to go, as of today! — we’ve posted another round of updates to our website over the past week.
Your friendly neighborhood webmonkeys have been typing away like mad, and while we haven’t managed to come up with any more Shakespeare, we have recently unleashed a slew of updates to the Norwescon website!
The Norwescon 36 Post-Convention report is produced and ready to go! You don’t even have to wait for it to show up in your mailbox — just download it here!
Are you reading (or have you read) this year’s P.K. Dick nominated books? Have you read any books by our Author Guest of Honor, Michael Moorcock, or our Special Guest of Honor, Seanan McGuire (also known as Mira Grant)? Join our group on Goodreads and tell us what you think!
Norwescon has just added Tumblr and Pinterest to our lineup of social media outlets!