These are members of Westercon 72, and of NASFiC 2019 should we win the vote

 

Supporting Members

Anonymous Supporting 1
Anonymous Supporting 2
Lee S. Billings 
Graham Bradley
Heidi Carruth
Tom Deadstuff
Julie Dillon
Laurie Toby Edison
Karen Evans
Pharaoh Kaires
John M Olsen
Kelly Olsen
Sharon Sbarsky
Bill Thomasson
Daniel Yocom
 
 
 
 
 
Attending Members 
 
Anonymous Member 1
Anonymous Member 2
Anonymous Member 3
Anonymous Member 4
Anonymous Member 5
Dee Astell
Hal Astell
Michael Bacara
Stephanie Bannon
Kuma Bear
Judith Bemis
- Bjarni
AmyCat Book Universe
Seth Breidbart
Kim Brown
Jordan Brown
Alexandra Brown
Troy Brown
Pamela Burr
Jim Butcher
Robert 'Turtle' Clark
Joni Brill Dashoff
Todd Dashoff
John DeVoy
Linda Deneroff
Dave Doering
Craig Dyer
Nikki Ebright
Jacqueline T. Elderkin
Bruce Farr
Charles Fisher
Teny Fisher
David Gallaher
Charles Galway
Jean Goddin
Lynn Gold
Courtnee S. Goodwin
Lynne H. Goodwin
Michael C. Goodwin
Robert C. Goodwin
Derek Gray
Elizabeth Gray
Tim Griffin
Dennis Hansen
Ben Hatcher
Kate Hatcher
Lisa Hayes
Felicia Herman
John Hertz
- Ireland
Erin Kearsley
Logan Kearsley
Diana Koivunen
Rick Kovalcik
Kitty Krell
Dee Ann Larsen
Jim Manning
Sandy Manning
Beth Marble
Chris Marble
Keith McClune
Sheila McClune
Rick Moen
Joe Monson
Marguerite T. Murray
Ron Oakes
Tara Oakes
Michael Oberg
Pamela Oberg
Tony Parker
Nora Rankin
Linda Robinett
Kevin Roche
Deirdre Saiorse Moen
Scott Sanford
Jacob Sarvela
Kara Slater
Stanley Slater 
Ginny Smith
Kevin Standlee
Gary L. Swaty
Sherilynn Thagard
R-Laurraine Tutihasi
Billy Van Ark
Elizabeth Vann-Clark
Vincent Villafranca
Mike Weasner
Patty Wells
Mike Willmoth
Rhonna Woodie
Ben Yalow
 
What is a Westercon?
In 1948, Walter J. “Doc” Daugherty of the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society proposed that an annual West Coast convention be started for West Coast fans who couldn’t afford to travel east each year. The first Westercon was held in September, 1948. It was a one-day event with an attendance of 77. It wasn’t until 1951 that the Westercon became a weekend-long event, settled into the July 4th holiday and began traveling to different cities. For a full history and traditions of this regional event, please visit Westercon.org

In the Works...

Committee Gallery
Images of our committee to show how we are tackling the job and how crazy we can be!

Which Convention is Next?

Find out where our flyers will be, tables, parties or us!
Orycon 39

Orycon 39 Portland, Oregon

Dates: November 17 - 19th, 2017

Location: The Red Lion Hotel - Jantzen Beach

Our Programming Dept. Head - Elizabeth Vann-Clark hopes to say hello, dazzle you with everything we have planned and ply you with ribbons or artwork. Be sure to catch a peek at our tshirts and facility brochures.

Orycon 39

Loscon 44

Loscon 44 2017 Los Angeles, CA

November 24 - 26th, 2017

Location: Marriott Los Angeles Airport Hotel

In support of Loscon, and the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society who holds the service mark for Westercon, we sent a team of expert infiltrators to inform you all about our convention and pass out flyers, ribbons, and data to make your membership getting convenient. If you are a member stop by for a ribbon while they last!

Loscon 44

Midwest Fur Fest

Midwest Fur Fest Rosemont, Il

Dates: November 30th - December 3rd, 2017

Location: Hyatt Regency OHare

Our super sneaky tech guru, Wolfsinger, is going to pass out flyers to show we are interested in all types of fandom everywhere across North America and beyond.

Midwest Fur Fest

Smofcon 35

Smofcon 35 - Boston Boston, MA

December 1 - 3rd, 2017

Location: Back Bay Hilton, Boston

It's official, our Convention Chair - Kate Hatcher is hopping a plane with her 'run you over' wheelchair. She hopes to ply the experienced movers and shakers of con running with drinks, charm, information, ribbons, shirts, and promise of excitement. To do this Kate will even brave the Fannish Inquisition while promising not to worry.... I mean they are only people who have been running worldcons for a long....long...time.... lol

Smofcon 35