NWC36 Lost and Found

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Did you come home from Norwescon 36 with a little bit less than you brought? Our Lost and Found has a number of items that were turned into us over the course of the convention weekend.

NWC36 Volunteer Appreciation Picnic

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NWC37 Volunteer Appreciation Picnic

Our annual Volunteer Appreciation Picnic comes this summer! Did you volunteer for Norwescon 36, either as ConCom or by stopping by Volunteers during the con? Then you’re invited! Are you interested in volunteering for Norwescon 37? Well, you’re invited too!

Norwescon 36 Reactions

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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!

2013 Philip K. Dick Award Winner Announced

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It was announced on Friday, March 29, at Norwescon 36, in SeaTac, Washington, that the winner for the distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during 2012 in the U.S.A. is LOST EVERYTHING by Brian Francis Slattery (Tor Books). Special citation was given to LOVESTAR by Andri Snær Magnason (Seven Stories Press).

At NWC36: Self-Publishing Games

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Kickstarter is the new hotness in self-publishing, but there are pros and cons to crowd-sourcing. What are some other options for creating and publishing your own board games, video games, and role-playing games?

NWC36 Overflow Parking

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This year overflow parking from the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport will be at the Hilton Hotel down the street. The rate will be $8.00/day or $20 for the weekend.