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Latest revision as of 14:21, 22 February 2017

Con†Stellation XXXV: Horologium (The Clock)

13–15 October 2017——Huntsville, Alabama

GoH: Mary Robinette Kowal      Artist GoH: David O. Miller      MC: Toni Weisskopf

The final Con†Stellation is over 🙁
We will be transforming this into a history site
Please bear with us as that transition will take some time

Some of the links on this page are known to be out of date, but that's pretty much par for the internet. Vetting links is always an ongoing process. If a link doesn't work please check back later to see if we've updated it or e-mail us with a correction.

Contents

[edit] Con†Stellation External Links

[edit] Con Listings

[edit] Upcoming and Recent Worldcons and NASFiCs

Worldcons are the annual World Science Fiction Conventions, the sites of which are selected 2 years in advance. Site selection for Worldcon (as well as voting for the Hugo Awards) is held per rules of the World Science Fiction Society, aka WSFS. When Worldcon is outside of North America, WSFS rules allow that there may be a North American Science Fiction Convention (NASFiC) held that year. "World Science Fiction Society," "WSFS," "World Science Fiction Convention," "Worldcon," "NASFiC," "Hugo Award," and the distinctive design of the Hugo Award Rocket are service marks of the World Science Fiction Society, an unincorporated literary society.

  • LoneStarCon 3, Worldcon 71 (29 August–2 September 2013, San Antonio TX)
  • Loncon 3, Worldcon 72 (14–18 August 2014, London UK)
  • NASFiC 2014 to be selected at LoneStarCon 3

[edit] Past Worldcons and NASFiCs

  • Chicon 7, Worldcon 70 (August 30–September 3, 2012, Chicago IL)
  • Renovation, Worldcon 69 (August 17-21, 2011, Reno NV)
  • Aussiecon Four, Worldcon 68 (September 2-6, 2010, Melbourne, Australia) Broken Link
  • ReConStruction, NASFiC 10 (August 5–8, 2010, Raleigh NC) No Link
  • Anticipation, Worldcon 67 (August 6-10, 2009, Montréal, Québec)
  • Denvention 3, Worldcon 66 (August 6-10, 2008, Denver CO)
  • Nippon 2007, Worldcon 65 (August 30-September 3, 2007, Yokohama, Japan)
  • L.A.con IV, Worldcon 64 (August 23-27, 2006, Anaheim CA)
  • Archon 31/TuckerCon, NASFiC 9 (August 2-5, 2007, Collinsville IL)
  • Cascadia Con, NASFiC 8 (September 1-5, 2005, Sea-Tac WA)
  • Interaction, Worldcon 63 (August 4-8, 2005, Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
  • Noreascon 4, Worldcon 62 (September 2-6, 2004, Boston MA)
  • Torcon 3, Worldcon 61 (August 28-September 1, 2003, Toronto ONT)
  • ConJosé, Worldcon 60 (August 29-September 2, 2002, San Jose CA)
  • The Millennium Philcon, Worldcon 59 (August 30-September 3, 2001, Philadelphia PA)
  • Chicon 2000, Worldcon 58 (August 31-September 4, 2000, Chicago IL)
  • Aussiecon Three, Worldcon 57 (September 2-6, 1999, Melbourne, Australia) Broken Link
  • Conucopia, NASFiC 8 (Dates, 1999, Anaheim CA)

[edit] People

[edit] Other Stuff

[edit] Other Fannish Stuff

[edit] Alabama, Madison County, and Huntsville Info Listings

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