American Science Fiction Conventions

American Science Fiction Conventions

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 76. Chapters: Vulkon Entertainment, FenCon, Dallas Comic Con, Arcana, ArmadilloCon, CONvergence, Diversicon, Gaylaxicon, MidSouthCon, BayCon, ConClave, I-CON, Norwescon, List of past Minicons, AggieCon, Capricon, Balticon, Dragon Con, Con Stellation, Gallifrey One, Conestoga, BabelCon, Starfest, CONduit, Stellar Occasion, TimeGate, Itzacon, OryCon, Disclave, Archon, ConDFW, Washington Science Fiction Association, Philcon, Westercon, ConCarolinas, Rule 6, Wiscon, ApolloCon, Albacon, Penguicon, New England Science Fiction Association, Starbase Indy, 1st World Science Fiction Convention, 58th World Science Fiction Convention, 66th World Science Fiction Convention, MarsCon, Lunacon, 64th World Science Fiction Convention, UnCommonCon, Soonercon, TrekTrax Atlanta, 49th World Science Fiction Convention, 10th World Science Fiction Convention, DeepSouthCon, Chattacon, 20th World Science Fiction Convention, Hypericon, SpoCon, Trinoc*coN, 69th World Science Fiction Convention, RavenCon, LepreCon, Convention du Lac, Linucon, MileHiCon, Vericon, Unicon, Arisia, MystiCon, 70th World Science Fiction Convention, RadCon, Stellarcon, DucKon, ConGlomeration, 40th World Science Fiction Convention, Boskone, Bubonicon, Midwestcon, ConFusion, ConDor, Windycon, Readercon, JordanCon, 2nd World Science Fiction Convention, TusCon, Steampunk World's Fair, ShadowCon, Ohio Valley Filk Fest, 5th World Science Fiction Convention, 3rd World Science Fiction Convention, InConJunction, WillyCon, 19th World Science Fiction Convention, Wrath of Con, ConQuesT. Excerpt: Vulkon Entertainment was a fan run company which specialized in science fiction-related entertainment. Vulkon was started by Joe Motes and Ruthanne Devlin in 1986 in Miami. In 1999 Ruthanne sold her half to Joe Motes and retired to Seattle, WA. In 2005 the Vulkon name was sold to Gary and Terri Tripp of...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.


Title:American Science Fiction Conventions
Author: Source Wikipedia, Books Llc
Publisher:Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2010-09
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