Norwescon has just added Tumblr and Pinterest to our lineup of social media outlets!
As Vice Chair and Chair, William and I have the honor of picking the Norwescon 37 Executive Team. We are pleased to announce after many interviews, the team has been picked.
While we’ve all been taking a couple weeks to rest and recover, we’ve also been keeping an eye out to see what you all have been saying about your time at Norwescon. Here are the links we’ve found so far — and if you know of any that we missed, feel free to let us know!
Thanks from all of us on the Norwescon 36 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 37!
It’s here! The Norwescon 36 schedule of events! Get the rundown of every event happening all weekend long with our interactive Guidebook or our full event listings.
Did you spot a poster or flyer for Norwescon 36 in the wild? Let us know where, and you could win one of only 250 special badge ribbons for your Norwescon 36 badge!
Want to help promote Norwescon? We just posted color and black-and-white versions of our NWC36 promotional flyer!
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!
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 email@example.com 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.
The Seattle Community Media series Adventure TV broadcast an hour-long look at last year’s Norwescon 34. Enjoy this look back!
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)!
Get the latest word on our plans for programming, the daily ‘zine, open volunteer positions, music, muggle quidditch, Maxi’s, and more!
Norwescon wouldn’t be what it is today without all of you wonderful fans helping to spread the word — and trust us, that’s very appreciated! To that end, then…here’s this year’s flyer!
Author Rudy Rucker mentions winning the Philip K. Dick Award in 1989 in this excerpt on io9 from his recently published autobiography, Nested Scrolls.
The Norwescon Program Book is distributed to 3,000+ members during the convention each year. This approximately 75 page document is produced on high-gloss paper in color and black and white and features information about our Guests of Honor, panelists, pros, the programming schedule for the convention, artwork and more. Ad space is available in the Norwescon 35 Program Book.
Thanks to your support and votes, Norwescon has been voted #11 in the Best Local Event category of the 2011 Best of Western Washington competition.