Norwescon 36 April 15 Newsletter
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Save the World!
Norwescon 36 wil be March 28-31 2013
eNewsletter April 15th 2013
Tell Us What You Think
The Norwescon 36 (2013) guide has a feedback module. You can rate panels and answer some questions about how things went for you at the convention this year.
If you used the guide, please visit it one last time and submit your feedback. The module will be deactivated on May 1st.
Norwescon 37 (2014)
Pre-registration is open.
Confirmed Guests of Honor are:
Register before September for the lowest rate and join us at the DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport April 17-20, 2014.
We appreciate everyone who was able to fit Norwescon 36 into their schedule this year. Stay tuned throughout the upcoming months for information about Norwescon 37. If you're interested in volunteering for a ConCom or other staff position, please email email@example.com
If you have a general question, please use the contact us form on our website.
Philip K. Dick Award Presented
The Philip K. Dick Award for distinguished science fiction published in paperback original format in the United States in the 2012 award year was presented at Norwescon 36(2013) on Friday, March 29th at 7pm in Grand Ballroom 2 to Bryan Slattery for LOST EVERYTHING. The special citation went to LOVE STAR by Andri Snaer Magnason. More information about this annual award can be found at www.philipkdickaward.org
Northwest College of Art & Design Scholarship
The recipient of this year's scholarship is Leanne Dunn. This is Leanne's second year of participating in the scholarship process and is also her second win. Norwescon congratulates Leanne and hopes that she has a bright and successful future. Kelsa Dill and Michael Young also presented outstanding work as part of this contest and received great praise. Thank you all for taking part in this year's event.
Norwescon36 Art Show Awards
Norwescon was graced with an amazing crop of artists this year. As usual, two separate sets of awards were presented the Judges' Awards and the People's Choice awards.
Norwescon would like to thank this year's panel of judges including Betty Bigely and Don Lacky for their generous time and knowledge in helping judge this year's show. A complete listing of this years awards is available here.
Norwescon is a science, science fiction and fantasy convention that takes place on Easter Weekend each year. We are an all-volunteer organization and always have room for more dedicated volunteers. Without members, though, there would be no reason to hold a convention; thank you for your support!
Norwescon Publications Team
Norwescon 36 (2013)