Norwescon 9 Pocket Program

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Title

Norwescon 9 Pocket Program

Subject

Norwescon 9

Description

The pocket program guide for Norwescon 9.

Creator

Michael Brocha

Publisher

Northwest Science Fiction Society (NWSFS)

Date

March 20-23, 1986

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Contents copyright © 1986 by the Northwest Science Fiction Society for the contributors

Language

English

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The Northwest Science Fiction Society proudly presents

NORWESCON 9

March 20–23, 1986

Annual Northwest Regional Science Fiction Convention

Welcome to NORWESCON, we’re glad you’re here. In the center of this pocket program, there is the complete schedule which has all the up-to-date program information you will need to decide (or try to decide) what to do. For descriptions of events, check your PROGRAM BOOK.

THE DIVERSE PROGRAM

You will notice that the NORWESCON 9 Program Schedule is full of interesting programs. It is designed with every NORWESCON attendee in mind. You will also notice how ‘spread out’ the SEA-TAC RED LION is. Please take take some time to ‘get acquainted’ with this hotel, there’s lots of space in our new home.

INFORMATION TABLES

This year the Information Table will be located in the convention lobby between the Universe and Galaxy Ballrooms. At this tables you may ask questions, get information, and sign up for some of the various activities happening at NORWESCON.

NORWESCON AT THE RED LION - AN INTRODUCTION

If I had to describe the Red Lion in one word, that word would be BIG! With 850 sleeping rooms and a possible 27 function rooms, it is currently the largest hotel in the Red Lion chain and the largest in the Pacific Northwest. It not only has a 14 story tower, it is also spread out over an approximately 3 city block area. All of the function rooms are on the first or second floors of the tower or in the wings (see diagram). We suggest that you wear very comfortable shoes.

In addition to its suites at the regular hotel rates, the Red Lion has four Handicap rooms at the same $56.00 per night convention rate and eleven Family suites (rooms with an extra bedroom) at a slightly higher charge. Read on for info on party and quiet wings for Norwescon guests.

One complaint I have heard about some convention hotels is that the sleeping and function rooms are on multiple floors of the hotel and it is a long wait at the elevators. For the NWC 9 Hospitality room is located in the Apollo rooms 1 and 2 and rooms 7106 and 7108. We chose the wings because the hotel could not guarantee to block NWC members in the tower. The wings will allow more privacy for us and for the mundanes in the other parts of the hotel. Also, there is no place in the hotel you have to use an elevator to get to.

The hotel staff has been very helpful with all of our plans. They are ready to tackle the problems of handling our needs. I would like all of us to be as cooperative with the hotel as we can. The following is a list of suggestions and some do and don’ts to make life easier for everyone during your stay at Norwescon 9.

PARKING

The Red Lion has 1000 parking stalls. Park only in designated parking places. This year I will not be running around warning people to move their cars. Anyone found double parking or blocking fire lanes will be subject to towing without notice.

CHILDREN

There is no charge for children 12 and under attending NWC 9. However all children 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Adults not able to keep a check on the children they are responsible for will be asked to leave the convention. This rule is not only for the peace of other NWC members, but more importantly it is for the safety of the children. Not every person is safe (not even fans), and in a hotel that size there will be a lot of people who are not con goers. If you see a child not attached to a grown-up please bring them safely to the NWC Convention Services office, Room 2107 in wing 2. Thank you.

DRINKING

You have no doubt heard all the talk in the news media about drinking and driving. We hope that this public awareness has reached the members of SF fan conventions. If you plan to drink please, please do not drive. At the bar in Hospitality and in the Con Services Office there will be tags that say “I’m Driving” at no charge. If you must leave the hotel please wear one. This way we can all help you stay away from the bubbly (whatever form it takes).

There is another topic under the heading of responsible drinking which is a sometimes touchy subject…persons under 21 indulging in alcohol and other drugs. We the NWC Con Committee are realistic enough to know that if a young adult is determined to drink, we will not always be able to stop them. Responsible imbibing (not getting falling down drunk - becoming a menace to yourself and everyone else in the hotel and on the highways) will not be noticed as much and the heavy hand of the hotel detective and/or our Site Services head Don Glover will not be felt. The ID required rule at NWC Hospitality room will be strictly enforced. We have a Washington State Banquet License and this is to protect us from legal hassles. We want all of our members to have a good time at NWC and we want you all to return home safely.

PARTIES

Room and Hall parties are a very important part of Fan Conventions. A few things to know to help make them enjoyable and safe for everyone: Room and Hall parties are restricted to wing 6 and 7. (No alcohol is allowed beyond these wings as well). If you are planning to have a room party, request lodging in one of these wings. If you do not want to be anywhere near the parties request wing 5B. A warning to room party hosts: We suggest you keep watch on who is grabbing a drink off the table or a beer from the tub. The laws in Washington State say that if you were the supplier of alcohol to minors or to someone who is already drunk and they in turn go and hurt themselves or others, you too are responsible for their actions. You can also be fined for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

SLEEPING IN HALLS

The most important word on this subject is DON’T. It is sometimes very disturbing to find bodies sleeping, passed out, or engaging in other activities in the halls or stairwells. Troubleshooters are working 24 hours a day. They walk all the halls of the hotel keeping a check on things. If someone is found in one of these situations they will be asked to move on.

Plan ahead! If you cannot afford a room of your own, make arrangements to stay with friends and share expenses. If you find that you may have drunk too much and do not want to chance driving, come to convention services and we will try and help you. There will be a bulletin board in the main con lobby for you to place notices asking or offering crash space and to share expenses. The convention will also have limited crash space available upon request for a minimal charge.

Last but not least, be nice to one another. We are all members of the same Norwescon family. Being polite and courteous to others and taking note of your other family members needs and feelings will make everyone comfortable in the Red Lion.

PEACEBONDING

This year we are instituting a new policy at Norwescon. In the past PEACEBONDING of weapons has been unnecessary and we have relied on the honor system for weapons. Unfortunately we have grown too large and we had too many silly accidents at Norwescon 8.

I would like to explain a little what is entailed with this new policy. When you enter the convention you will be asked if your costume includes weapons or staffs, real or toy. If you answer affirmative to any of these questions you will be asked to step over to the PeaceBonding desk to have your weapons PeaceBonded. Weapons may also be PeaceBonded at Operations and at the Security Office. If the policies of PeaceBonding are violated, actions will be taken to insure the safety of the other conventioneers. These actions will range from a warning, up to requesting for the Red Lion Hotel security to expel you from the premises. It is unfortunate that the actions of a inconsiderate few have forced this new hard-nosed attitude, but with the amount of blood I saw last year I feel it is necessary.

As usual we will provide a room for a display session of the weapons. Within the privacy of your own room you may be as unsafe as you wish. All we ask is that you leave this insanity out of public and uncontrolled areas. Thank you for your cooperation. It is appreciated by all Norwescon attendees.

RESTAURANTS

There are three restaurants within the hotel. The coffee shop is open from 5:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Check the times for the other two restaurants: Pippins and Maxi’s. Warning: There is a dress code for Maxi’s Restaurant. Costumes are not allowed.

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DEALERS

1, 2 Cosmic Aeroplane
Salt Lake City, UT

3, 4, 5 Basement Books
Martinez, CA

6, 7 Matrix
Danbury, CT

8, 9,10 Gary’s Books & Collectables
Everett, WA

11 Kelly Freas
Virginia Beach, VA

12 Bruce Thompson/John Toutonghi
Seattle, WA/Seattle, WA

13,14,15 Future Dreams
Portland, OR

16,17,18 Second Genesis
Portland, OR

19,20,21 Quicksilver Fantasies
Post Falls, ID

22 Terra Nova Trading Co.
Eugene, OR

23 S-F Trader
Palmer, WA

24,25,26 Golden Age Collectables
Seattle, WA

27,28 Larry Jezek
Federal Way, WA

29 David Killian, Books
Tacoma, WA

30 Lance Casebeer
Portland, OR

31 Paschelke and Stuart: Collectors
Portland, OR

32 Dick Wald
Portland, OR

33,42 Amber Unicorn, Inc.
Las Vegas, NV

34 Robert L. Brown - Bookmonger
Seattle, WA

35 “Place de Mort de Livre”
Seattle, WA

36 Nicole Peterson’s Clay Whimseys
Bonney Lake, WA

37,38 Sign of the Unicorn
San Francisco, CA

39,40 Mark Ziesing
Willimantic, CT

41 David C. Bray, Bookseller
Seattle, WA

43,44 Escape Books
Eugene, OR

45 Dorn Island Books
Seattle, WA

46 Original Ceramic Fantacys
San Francisco, CA

47,48 Willow Jewelry
Emeryville, CA

49,50,51 P.R.T. & Co.
Seattle, WA

52 Pendragon Graphics
Portland, OR

53,54,55 Bryan Barrett Books
Hayward, CA

56,57 Shadow Fantasy
Seattle, WA

58 John B. Bond
Seattle, WA

59 Journeyman
Foster, OR

60 Rhonda Gheen, Artist
Foster, OR

61 Dryad Press/Serconia Press Seattle, WA/Seattle, WA

62 Thoughts and Images
Seattle, WA

LATE ADDITIONS

ANTHOLOGY READINGS

Enjoy a wide selection of writers' works in a short sampler.

I Thursday 6pm - 8pm Mercury 5/6
Marion 0. Nielsen
Bruce Fergusson
Richard Clement
Rhea Rose
Ru Emerson

II Friday 5pm - 7pm Mercury 5/6
Scott Russell Sanders
Don Baumgart
Karen Joy Fowler
Marina Fitch
Sansoucy Kathenor Walker

III Saturday 4pm - 6pm Mercury 5/6
Jay Sheckley
Janet Gluckman
Jerry Meredith
Alan Nourse
Michael Armstrong

IV Sunday Noon - 2pm Mercury 5/6
Frank Catalano
Bruce Taylor
M. Coleman Easton
John DeCamp

FAVORITE WRITING EXERCISES

Thursday 7pm - 8pm Mercury 13

Steve Fahnestalk, Brigit McKenna, Jerry Meredith will start off our writing track with their ideas on the little tricks that help teach crucial writing skills.

AGE OF WONDERS

Thursday 9pm - 10pm Mercury 5/6

David Hartwell gives an overview of the field of SF as an introduction to our track of literary programming.

BUYING A COMPUTER

Friday 10am - 11am Mercury 13

Bob Morgan explains the strategies for identifying your computer needs and planning for the future with your PC purchase.

STAGE MAKE-UP DEMONSTRATION

Friday 10am - Noon Mercury 5/6

Lita Smith-Gharet leads a demonstration of the ghastly and gorgeous and how they really look under the lights.

HOLOGRAPHY DEMONSTRATION

Friday 10am - 11am Galaxy 3

Randy Schwartz brings in a sampling to show us where this field is headed.

SPECIAL AUTOGRAPH SESSIONS

Anne McCaffrey and others will sign books and things. The Autograph Party and this are the places to get things signed, rather than in the hallways.

I Friday Noon - 1pm Mercury 5/6

II Sunday 11am - noon Mercury 5/6

PERSONAL COMPUTER GRAPHICS

Friday 2pm - 3pm Mercury 7/8

Desktop animation is on its way as several areas of technology converge.

FACTS ON AIDS

Friday 6pm - 7pm Mercury 9/10

Michael Goerss explains what’s happening, what the future may hold and answers questions about Aquired Immune Defficiency Syndrome.

PKD GRAPHIC NOVEL?

Friday 9pm - 10pm Mercury 3

An open discussion to help Julius Schwartz and DC Comics with their decision on which Philip K. Dick novel or story would be the best to make into a graphic novel.

FRIENDS OF BILL W (AA) MEETINGS

Sobriety in Fandom.

I Friday 9pm - 10pm Mercury 5/6

II Saturday Midnight - 1 am Mercury 5/6

JUDGING A MASQUERADE

Saturday 10am - 11am Mercury 7/8

Our esteemed judges tell you how they make their decisions.

CARTOONS!

Saturday 10am - 11am Mercury 9/10

Alexis Gilliland, William Warren and others join Cartoonists Across America for a cartoonists' jam. Fanzine editors and others are invited to bring their ideas.

SELLING YOUR GAME IDEA

Saturday 7pm - 8pm Mercury 5/6

Bill Fawcett introduces the subject and helps to answer questions on what to do after you’ve had your creative stroke of brilliance and now actually want to see your game produced.

FAT, FEMINISM AND FANDOM

Saturday 6pm - 7pm Mercury 13

Laurie Edison and Debbie Notkin discuss body image, eating and egalitarianism.

MYSTICISM OF TOMORROW

Sunday 10am - 11am Mercury 13

Spiritual beliefs have changed across the centuries but many things have endured. What might the future hold and why? Elton Elliott, Richard Purtill and Rob Swigart.

WRITING FOR ANIMATION

Sunday 10am - 11am Mercury 9/10

Kathy Seibert shows Dungeons and Dragons episodes and explains how she went about writing them.

DELPHI ORACLE

Sunday 1pm - 2pm Mercury 13

A wealth of myth surrounds the Delphi Oracle and it has been used in fiction for millenia. Richard Purtill shows slides of Delphi and talks about its place in the world’s mythological history.

SUPERSPEAKERS DEMONSTRATION

Sunday 6pm - 7pm Mercury 7/8

The cutting edge of sound technology.

HERO’S JOURNEY

Saturday 1pm - 2:30pm & 3pm - 4:30pm Apollo 3

This is a multi-level experience for children based on the stages of the hero or heroine and their quest as presented by Joseph Campbell in “Heroes of a Thousand Faces.” In this 3 hour workshop we will use movement, mythology, imagery and centering techniques to explore the stages of the hero’s quest. Through this process, children can discover some things which can stengthen their courage and increase their awareness of the archtypes within them.

STORYTELLING

Saturday 4:30pm - 5:30pm Apollo 3

The Young StoryTellers for Peace revive the age-old tradition of oral storytelling.

MASK MAKING WORKSHOPS

Sunday 10am - noon & 1pm - 3pm Apollo 3

Jeff Benesi, Terry Placentia and Julie Paschis from the UW Extenstion Program help kids create a new face and invent a new expression. The workshops provide direction and methods of construction as well as introduce children to basic concepts of design. Each child will be encouraged toward individual expression.

GAMES AND PLAY WITH DINO

Friday 7pm - 8pm Apollo 3

Creative and cooperative play with Dino the Clown, who has a repertoire of over 600 games to choose from.

DINO THE CLOWN

Saturday 7pm - 8pm Apollo 3

Dino will do some magic, perform ventriloqism, ride a unicycle, balance objects to entertain the children and other fun stuff.

(Artwork) Copyright 1986 by Rhonda Gheen

STATIC PROGRAMMING

HOSPITALITY

(Apollo 1 & 2, 7106 & 7108)

Thursday - 4 PM to 2 AM
Friday _ 9 AM to 2 AM
Saturday - 9 AM to 2 AM
Sunday - 9 AM to 2 AM
9 PM DEAD SASQUATCH & PAJAMA PARTY

FILKSINGING ROOM

(7110)

Thursday 3 PM to Saturday 9 AM, Saturday - 11 AM to 7 PM, 8 PM Sunday late night.

NEWCOMERS ROOM

(7116)

Thursday 8 PM to l AM
Friday - 11 AM to 2 AM
Saturday - 10 AM to 2 AM
Sunday - 11 AM to 2 AM

ART SHOW

(Saturn Rooms)

Thursday - 7 PM to 10 PM open for hanging
Friday - 10 AM to 2 PM open for hanging
2 PM to Midnight open to public
Saturday - 10 AM to 10 PM open to public
Sunday - 10 AM to 11 AM last chance for written bids
3 PM to 5 PM last chance for direct sales & check out

ARTIST RECEPTION Friday - 9 PM
DIRECT SALE BEGINS Saturday - 2 PM
ART AUCTION Sunday - 2 PM (Mercury 9/10)

ASK ABOUT SHIPPING

DEALERS ROOM

(Galaxy 1 & 2)

Friday - 11 AM to 6 PM
Saturday - 10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday - 10 AM to 5 PM

COMPUTER/TECHNOLOGY ROOM

(Mercury 11)

Friday - 9 AM to 6 PM
Saturday - 9 AM to 6 PM
Sunday - 10 AM to 4 PM

COSTUME GALLERY

(Mercury 12)

Friday - Noon to 10 PM
Saturday - 10 AM to 6 PM
Sunday - 10 AM to 2 PM

REGISTRATION

(Convention Lobby)

Thursday - 2 PM to 10 PM
Friday - 10 AM
Saturday - 9 AM
Sunday - 10 AM

VIDEO VIEWING ROOMS

(7117, 7118, 7119)

Thursday 2 PM to Monday

GAMING

(Foyer of Wings 4 & 5)

24 hours a day, all three floors

FILLING IN YOUR SPARE TIME

During the few unoccupied hours you may end up with at the con, you might want to volunteer for a security or gofer shift. This convention only succeeds due to the work of volunteers who donate three or more hours of their time to help make NORWESCON run smoothly.

THURSDAY MARCH 20

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1
Universe 1 Opening Ceremony
Universe 2 Warm Up Dance with Laughter & Love
Universe 3
Apollo 3
Galaxy 3 The Man in the White Suit Rocking Horse Winner Amblin The Quest Forbidden Planet 30th Anniversary Peeping Tom Shock Treatment
Mercury 13 Autograph Session History of NW Fandom Future Vice Writing Exercises Cooking in Space
Mercury 9/10
Mercury 7/8 Anthology Reading I
Mercury 5/6 Age of Wonders
Mercury 4
Saturn 2
Room 7120 Tripods

FRIDAY MARCH 21

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10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1
Universe 1 Honeymoon in Orbit Ideas Into Stories Brain Dissection Creative Process Sympathetic Characters Popularity/Imperialism Space Age Folklore Writers of the Future Reception Norwescon Stardance
Universe 2 9 AM Rocky Horror (Quiet Showing) Art of Frank Kelly Freas Terraforming Fact & Fict The Fifth Force Darksport
Universe 3 Movie Previews Lucasfilms MGM
Apollo 3 Kidflick: Dumbo Create an Alien Uranus & Halley Games & Play With Dino
Galaxy 3 Holography Demo Effective Sex Scenes Love, Sex, Power/Women McCaffrey Reading Robinson Reading Artist's Life Clarion West Benefit Auction Meaning of Progress The Man in the White Suit Peeping Tom Rocking Horse Winner Mars Attacks the World
Mercury 13 How to Buy a Computer Planetography Workshop Militarism & Warrior Ethic Spinoffs Education of a Writer Ecology Workshop Small Press The TV Critique Starfarers
Mercury 9/10 Films of 1985 Linguistic Determinism Aesthetics of Science Novels of 1985 A Meeting of Wyeyrs The Graphic Novel Amateur Radio Facts on AIDS
Mercury 7/8 Budrys Reading Shared Worlds The State of Taxes Electronic Fandom PC Graphics Creating Language Long Lost Horror Practice of Songwriting Oberg Interview
Mercury 5/6 Stage Magic Demonstration Autograph Session Busby Reading Beagle Reading The Jody Scott Show Anthology Reading 2 AA Meeting
Mercury 4 McIntyre Reading Dalmas Reading Zimmer Reading Perry/Reaves Boyett Reading Ing Reading Trivia Prelims 1
Saturn 2 Airbrush Tech. Marketing Artwork Chroma: Art of Schomburg Alien Lightscapes Art for Non-Artists Cameron Slide Show Dharmic Engineering Artists' Reception
Room 7120 9 AM Japanese Animation Video Blake's 7 (All Night)

SATURDAY MARCH 22

10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1
Universe 1 Romanticism of Space Dragonsongs Social Responsibility of Writers Technology: An Opiate Autograph Party
Universe 2 Judging a Writing Con. The Space Station Yesterday & Tomorrow Modern Archetypes Doors Open Masquerade Extravaganza Science Fiction Double Feature
Universe 3 Film Previews Aliens Labyrinth Howard T Duck
Apollo 3 Kidflick: The Dark Crystal Hero's Journey Part 1 Hero's Journey Part 2 Young Storytellers Dino the Clown
Galaxy 3 Creating New F Worlds Technoology & Values How is Horror Horrifying How Editors Do Their Job McCaffrey Interview Norwescon Film Contest 1 How to Make a Screamer An Evening of Story Amok Time Mars Attacks the World
Mercury 13 Bennett Interview Developing a Plot Robinson Interview Future Medicine The Skills of Poetry Writing About SF Female Heroes and a Female God Fat, Feminism & Fandom
Mercury 9/10 Cartoons Fantasy Anthropology/Sociology Workshop SF Anthropology/Sociology Workshop Short Fict of 1985 Costumes of Julian May Frank Herbert & Dune
Mercury 7/8 Origins of Worldcon Child Fict Class. Vs Mod. Golden Age Fandom Biology of Imag. Creat. Business of Cons Tone & Image in Writing Eflquest Apprect Saratoga Meeting
Mercury 5/6 R. Sheckley Reading Sturgeon Oral Int. Anthology Reading 3 Trivia Semi-Finals Selling Your Game Ideas AA Meeting
Mercury 4 Trivia Prelims 2 Etchemendy Reading Gibson Reading Williams Reading Beiler Readin Hambly Reading Bryant Reading Hogan Reading
Saturn 2 Cheap Art Tricks Artists Only Airbrush Tech. Freas Interview Bill Warren Slide Show Ivory Cutting The Art of Bidding Lee Rubin Phil Yeh
Room 7120 9 AM Japanese Videos Seeing Things The Avengers (All Night)
Other Fannish Oly Briefing (7110) Fannish Oly Meeting (7110)

SUNDAY MARCH 23

10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1
Universe 1 Norwescon Banquet P.K. Dick Award SF Story Brainstorm F Story Brainstorm The New New Wave Closing Ceremony An Evening of Song
Universe 2 Interstellar Civilization Computer F/X Pseudo-Science Buckaroo Banzai Preview Max Overdrive Fannish Olympics
Universe 3 Society of Creative Anachronism Fair Dead Sasquatch and Pajama Party
Apollo 3 Mask Making 1 Mask Making 2 Kidflick: Alice in Wonderland
Galaxy 3 Shorts Forbidden Planet Film Contest Sexism in Communication What Makes a Hero Rich and Poor in the Future Peeping Tom The Man in the White Suit Rocking Horse Winner
Mercury 13 Mysticism of Tomorrow Business of a Writer Delphi Oracle Appropriate Child Fict Future of Work Holmes Again Convention Gripes Wolfe Reading
Mercury 9/10 Writing for Animation Real World Magic Art Auction Volunteers Gathering
Mercury 7/8 The Vampire Robotics Demonstration Clarion Experience Packaging Fiction All About Film Contests Dr. Who Apprect. Super Speakers
Mercury 5/6 Trivia Finals Autograph Session Anthology Reading 4 Seeing Things Apprect. Resources for Writers
Mercury 4 Goldin Reading Scarborough Reading Swigart Reading Salmonson Reading Yolen Reading Martine-Barnes Reading Barnes Reading Bear Reading Bell Reading
Saturn 2 Acrylic Tech. Silkscreen Tech Freas Portrait Painting
Room 7120 9AM Japanese Video Dr. Who (All Night)
Other Stories for the Telling (7116) Time Travel (Mercury 12)

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VIDEO

CHANNEL 2

Thursday

6:00 pm - Lord of the Rings
8:10 - Zombie
9:25 - Blood Beach
11:00 - Star Trek: The Corbomite Maneuver
11:50 - Firestarter
1:45 am - Conquest
3:15 - Endgame
4:55 - Dark Star

Friday

6:25 am - Invincible Barbarian
8:00 - Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
9:30 - Death Race 2000
10:55 - Damnation Alley
12:25 pm - American Werewolf in London
2:00 - Monty Python and the Holy Grail
3:30 - The Life of Brian
5:05 - Outland
7:00 - Scanners
8:30 - Slithis
10:10 - Horror Planet
11:45 - The Corsican Brothers
1:20 am - 2010
3:10 - Stripes
5:00 - Android

Saturday

6:20 am - The Dugeon Master
7:40 - Space Flight
11:40 - Creation of the Universe
1:10 pm - Philadelphia Experiment
2:50 - Romancing the Stone
4:35 - The Terminator
6:20 - The NeverEnding Story
7:55 - Cloak and Dagger
9:40 - Ghoulies
10:00 - Top Secret
12:30 am - Creepshow
2:30 - Face of Death, Part 1
4:15 - Face of Death, Part 2
5:40 - Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Sunday

7:10 am - Flash Gordon
9:00 - J-Men Forever
10:20 - Metropolis
11:45 - Poltergeist
1:40 pm - Videodrome
3:05 - Phantasm
4:35 - Barbarella
6:15 - Sorceress
7:30 - Galaxy of Terror
8:55 - Galaxy Express
10:30 - Impulse
12:00 am - In the Company of Wolves
1:35 - TRON
3:10 - END OF PROGRAM

CHANNEL 3

Thursday

6:00 pm - Close Encounters of the Third Kind
8:15 - Cat People
10:15 - Altered States
11:55 - Saturday the 14th
1:15 am - Time After Time
3:05 - Quest For Fire
4:45 - Jokes My Father Never Told

Friday

6:05 am - The Day Time Ended
7:25 - Condor Man
8:55 - Silver Hawks
9:45 - The Right Stuff
1:00 pm - W.G. (An Uncommon Video)
1:20 - Amateur Radio in Space, Part 1
1:50 - Perils of Gwendolyn: In the Valley of Yik Ya
3:20 - W.G. (An Uncommon Video)
3:40 - Superman - The Movie
6:00 - Superman II
8:10 - W.G. (An Uncommon Video)
8:30 - Superman III
10:35 - Supergirl 12:20 am - Lifeforce 2:00 - My Science Project 3:35 - Explorers 5:20 - Wierd Science

Saturday

6:55 am - Teen Wolf
8:25 - Robin Hood and the Sorcerer
10:25 - Amateur Radio in Space, Part 2
10:55 - Ladyhawk
12:55 pm - Silver Hawks
1:45 - W.G. (An Uncommon Video)
2:00 - Macross
4:00 - Crusher Joe
6:30 - W.G. (An Uncommon Video)
6:50 - Return of the Jedi
9:00 - Live Video: MASQUERADE
12:00 am - DR WHO EVENING, until 8 am The Wrath of Eukor 12:30 - Visions of Utomu
1:00 - An Unearthly Child, Part 1
1:30 - The Three Doctors
3:10 - The Five Doctors
4:40 - The Twin Dilemma

Sunday

6:10 am - Revelation of the Daleks
7:40 - A Fix with Sontarans
8:15 - Red Sonja
9:45 - Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome
11:30 - 2020 Texas Gladiators
1:00 pm - Iceman
2:40 - W.G. (An Uncommon Video)
2:55 - Buckaroo Banzai: Adventures in the Eigth Dimension
4:35 - Amateur Radio in Space, Part 3
5:05 - FANNISH OLYMPICS (Almost Live)
6:00 - W.G. (An Uncommon Video)
6:20 - Gremlins
8:05 - Galaxina
9:40 - Metalstorm 11:05 - Starman
1:00 am - Raiders of the Lost Ark
2:55 - END OF PROGRAM

CHANNEL 6

Thursday

6:00 pm - The Day of the Dolphin
7:45 - The Last Starfighter
9:30 - XTRO
11:00 - The Meaning of Life
12:40 am - Golden Voyage of Sinbad
2:35 - The Raven
4:00 - Splash
5:50 - Ultraman

Friday

7:20 am - Captain Future
8:15 - Spacekateers
8:40 - Space Angel
9:45 - Fire and Ice
11:10 - Octopussy
1:15 pm - Flight of the Dragon
3:00 - Yellow Beard
4:40 - The Wicker Man
6:25 - Freedom Force
7:20 - Creator
9:00 - Planet Earth
10:00 - Island of Dr. Moreau
11:40 - Transcers
12:55 - Supersticion
2:20 am - Runaway
4:00 - The Fog
5:35 - The Blob

Saturday

7:00 am - Warriors of the Wind
8:35 - The Dark Crystal
10:05 - Hercules
11:45 - Star Trek- The Motion Picture
2:00 pm - Star Trek- The Wrath of Khan
4:00 - Star Trek- The Search for Spock
6:00 - Star Wars
8:00 - The Empire Strikes Back
10:05 - Return of the Jedi
12:20 am - Night of the Comet
1:55 - Blade Runner
4:00 - 1984
5:50 - Cat People (1942)

Sunday

7:05 am - Splash
8:55 - Star Trek: Where No Man Has Gone Before
9:45 - Ghostbusters
11:00 - Ice Pirates
12:35 pm - Dune
2:55 - Dreamscape
4:35 - Q
6:05 - Conan the Destroyer
7:50 - Goldwing
8:50 - Hearts and Armor
10:30 - Battlestar Galactica
12:35 am - Star Wars: The Making of a Saga
1:45 - Deal of the Century
3:25 - Bambi Meets Godzilla (and other selected shorts)
3:35 - It Came From Hollywood
4:30 - END OF PROGRAM

(Artwork) Copyright 1986 by Brian McCaffrey

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On Capitol Hill
425 15th East
Seattle, WA 98112
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Mon-Fri 'til 10, Sat 'til 8
Sun 'til 6

One of Seattle’s most complete used bookstores. Seven rooms for your browsing pleasure.

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MARCH SPECIAL

20% OFF ALL USED MERCHANDISE UNTIL THE END OF THE MONTH FOR ANYONE WITH A NORWESCON NAMETAG.

Collection

Citation

Michael Brocha, “Norwescon 9 Pocket Program,” Norwescon History, accessed February 22, 2024, https://history.norwescon.org/items/show/565.

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