The following awards were presented to Norwescon 37 volunteers. Congratulations to everyone on their awards!
The Norwescon Art Show is proud to announce this year’s winners and would like to thank all of our artists for their outstanding contribution to this year’s show.
The following awards were presented at Norwescon 37 for the Masquerade and the Single Pattern Contest. Many congratulations to all the winners!
We are proud to announce that Norwescon 38’s Spotlight Publisher will be Random House, represented by Anne Groell and Tricia Narwani.
The winner for the distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during 2013 in the U.S.A. is COUNTDOWN CITY by Ben H. Winters (Quirk Books). Special citation was given to SELF-REFERENCE ENGINE by Toh EnJoe, translated by Terry Gallagher (Haikasoru).
Norwescon is once again supporting the efforts of Northwest Harvest, Washington State’s largest resource for hunger relief efforts.
From planning, to shooting, to editing — making a movie at Norwescon is a hilarious and brilliant thrill ride with the Let’s Make a Movie workshop.
Norwescon is proud to announce a new alternate Lazer Tag event! This year, for the first time, we will be providing Nerf weaponry for use during the Saturday morning melee!
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!
The Norwescon art show will be closing to the public on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. this year. This is a half hour earlier than our normal time, so please plan accordingly.
Norwescon is proud to announce Yang-Yang Wang as the winner of the Norwescon Scholarship for the Clarion West 2014 Summer Six-Week Workshop.
Xandon Frogget will be bringing a few of his projects along to the NWC Robotics Fair, and we will also have Brushbot and Arduino kits on hand to get you started!
Congratulations to the following films, which have been chosen as official selections of the Fandance Film Festival at Norwescon!
Do you shop on Amazon? Would you like an easy, don’t-have-to-think-about it way to support Norwescon? Turns out that with the new AmazonSmile program, that’s incredibly easy to do!
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.