Worldcon 76 has chosen to reduce Jonathan Del Arroz's membership status from attending to supporting. He will not be allowed to attend the convention in person. Mr. Del Arroz's supporting membership preserves his rights to participate in the Hugo Awards nomination and voting process. He was informed earlier today of our decision via email. We have
An important reminder: if you wish to nominate works for the 2018 Hugo Awards, you must be a qualified member of the World Science Fiction Society by December 31, 2017. (To clarify: this is just to qualify to *nominate* for the Hugos. To  vote on the final ballot you must be a supporting or attending member of Worldcon 76. Nominations will not actu
On Saturday, December 2, Worldcon 76 in San Jose and Dublin 2019: An Irish Worldcon (the 76th and 77th World Science Fiction Conventions) issued the following joint announcement: The Hugo Awards, presented first in 1953 and annually since 1955, are science fiction’s most prestigious award, and one of the World Science Fiction Convention’s unique an
The Number One Question we've been asked since spring is "When will room reservations open?" We have just sent out an email to all registered members informing them that hotel reservations for members open tomorrow, Nov 22, at 1PM PST. Reservation information will be posted publicly here on the website at a later date, to ensure members get first c
Reporting to: Rebecca Hewett, Curated Exhibits Area Head Apply via:  Volunteer Information Form Tasks and Responsibilities: Worldcon 76 is looking for a volunteer who is familiar with Frank Hayes’ work. You would work as part of Curated Exhibits to create the Guest of Honor (GoH) exhibit for Frank Hayes. Between now and Worldcon 76 you would take p

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