Please use this address for all correspondence. Do not use the return address shown on the back cover. That is our outgoing bulk mail address only!
Westercon 48 is a production of Oregon Science Fiction Conventions, Inc., a tax-exempt non-profit corporation.
"Westercon" is a service mark of the Los Angeles Science Fiction Society.
And if you have any suggestions, please let us know. You can reach us through any of the posted means-our PO Box, through CompuServe (74007,3342) or GEnie (WESTERCON.48-isn't that easy to remember?), or by calling (503) 283-0802. Some of the ideas we may be able to try out at OryCon, the local convention that we run here in Portland every November. (It's a fun convention-and there's even a flyer included with this very progress report!)
One improvement that we plan on implementing next year is having some type of shuttle between the two hotels, for the folks who aren't up to making the walk several times a day. Among other ideas we're hoping to try is the "Beer Track." Since Portland has more brewpubs and small breweries than any other city in the country, we plan on exposing to you to some of the local "culture" (sorry) with some panels on home brewing and maybe some microbrew beer tastings.
As always, we're looking for more volunteers. Drop us a line, and we'll put you on the mailing list for the Wooden Circuit Board, the committee newsletter.
If this information is not correct or has changed, please let us know. Mailing us a post card is the best way, but if you must call, please spell out the changes so that we can put them into the computer correctly.
If the name on your label starts with "G/", then your membership was purchased as a guest of someone else and no other name has been given to us. We encourage you to let us know in advance the name of the person using the membership, so that we can have a correct badge ready.
Memberships are transferable. Please let us know in advance so that we can have the correct badge ready at the convention. A signed note from the original member indicating the transfer of membership is all we need to accept the transfer. Please remember that we will not make any transfers at the convention without a note from the original owner. If you move, or change any of your information during the year, drop us a note or postcard with your new address. We don't want to lose you!
And if you have some free time at the convention, try volunteering at Registration. It's a great place to be and lots of fun!
$40 until December 31, 1994Supporting memberships are $20 (at all times), and for $5 we'll still sell you a pre-supporting membership!
Children who will be 6-12 at the time of the convention are half price. Children 5 and under at the time of the convention are free. Children must be accompanied by an adult with a membership.
Full Page-$60 Half Page-$40Each page will be "half size"-5 1/2 by 8 1/2 inches.
(20% discount for non-profit groups)
Ad Deadline Target Mailing Date PR #3 December 31, 1994 January 20, 1995 PR #4 March 31, 1995 May 1, 1995
Ad rates for the Program Book will be in the next progress report. Feel free to contact us at the PO Box for more information, or send e-mail to Stuart Hellinger at email@example.com.
Among his many current projects is a book collaboration with writer Mark Bourne, an interstellar travel guide called Dream Worlds, Inc.
Chair (& Committee Newsletter) John Lorentz * Ad Sales Stuart Hellinger Artifacts Nancy Smith * Art Show Ruth Sachter * Assistants Sandy Cohen Jane Hawkins "Beer Track" Dick Pilz Business Meeting Chair Kevin Standlee Committee Secretary David Schaber Club House Roz Malin Dick Pilz Dealers' Room David Schaber Events & Tech Crew Head Robert Verde Assistants Kurt Daily Dean Koenig Exhibits Sharon Sbarsky Filking Cecilia Eng Gaming Mary Olsen GOH Liaisons Mark Bourne (Science) Ruth Sachter (Artist) Handicapped Members Liaison Marilyn Mork Hospitality Head Debbie Cross Assistants Pat Gulley William Sadorus Hotel Liaison Patty Wells * Assistants Melanie Schaber Helen Umberger Ben Yalow Information John Bartley III Mail Room Kate Yule Masquerade Pat & Peggy Kennedy Twilight (Susan Mohn) Assistant Richard Lawrence Operations/Security Head Glenn Glazer Outside Events Alan Smith * Professional Symposium Marc Wells Programming Head Andrew Nisbet * Assistant Dave Hicks Children's Programming Roz Malin Publications Head & PR's David Levine * Program Book Editor Steve Berry Registration Barbara Oldham Linda Pilcher * Page Fuller Assistants John Andrews Anthony "Skip" Ward David Lohkamp SFWA Liaison to Westercon James Fiscus Site Selection Rick Katze Treasurer Paul Wrigley * Video Anne Peck Fred Torck Theo Williams VIP/SFWA Suite Chris York* Names in bold are members of the Westercon 48 Executive Committee.
Get ready to see some of the finest souvenir items around, when you stop by the Westercon Artifacts Table. Right now we are considering wares such as t-shirts, tote bags, mugs and lapel pins that will show off the energy of the Northwest. We are looking for quality products that can be kept in the $5-$15 range so that merchandise will fit into just about anyone's budget.
Our goal is to have designs and items available for pre-con ordering in our next Progress Report. We welcome any ideas or submissions for designs you may have. It would be appreciated if they were mailed to the Westercon PO box no later than the end of October. Comments are welcome too! Just send a note or leave a message on the Westercon telephone hotline letting us know what you'd like to see.
If you don't order early, make sure you look for the Artifacts Table located next to the Information Booth at the convention...we're sure you will find a keepsake of the time you Plugged Into Portland at Westercon 48!
At Westercon 48, the Art Show's focus will be on original works with science fiction, fantasy, fannish or comic themes. Artworks in all media are welcome-from pen and ink to jewelry, acrylics to dioramas, stained glass to quilting-but remember, there needs to be some visible connection to the genre. Reproductions are welcome, but only one of any particular piece may be displayed. Our Print Shop will be available for multiple copies.
LOCATION: Those of you who joined us in 1990 or who have come to recent OryCons will remember (I hope with pleasure) the Riverview Room in the Columbia River Red Lion. The Riverview Room is one of those ideal function rooms for an Art Show. It's a 75 foot square with a 12 foot ceiling, good lighting (we'll add spots if necessary) and a convenient drive-up back door for easy loading and unloading.
BACKGROUND: For those who haven't yet had the opportunity to attend or exhibit at a con here in Portland, some information on our local Art Show may be helpful. At Orycon 15 (1,358 attendees) we had 1,094 pieces by 72 different artists. 332 pieces sold for $8,314 to 146 buyers. We expect the Westercon 48 Art Show to be half again as large and, as usual for a Westercon, generate higher sales per capita.
DISPLAY SPACE & FEES: The basic space reservation unit will be the panel or table. All of our panels are 4 x 4 foot pegboard and artwork will need to be matted, framed, etc. for display on them. Tables are 8 x 2 1/2 feet and will be reserved by the half-table unit (4 x 2 1/2 ft.). Please feel free to inquire about floor space and other display options.
Panels and half-tables will be $12 each. Westercon 48 will take a 15% commission on all sales. Your display fees will be credited toward that commission. There is a $5 display fee per artist for the Print Shop. There are space reservation limits per person for display space and Print Shop.
Mail-in artwork will be accepted with a handling fee of $15 in addition to prepaid return postage. (If all of your artwork is sold, we will rebate half of the handling fee.)
A membership in Westercon 48 is not required to enter your work in the Art Show but is necessary for participation in any other aspect of the convention-this includes art-related programming and workshops.
A full information and reservation packet is on its way to everyone on our mailing list. Please note that we will not accept any reservations without a completed reservation form and fees. Deficient reservations-missing form or incorrect fees-will not be processed until everything is in hand.
HELP WANTED: Yes, we need your help before, during and after the con for set-up and tear-down, running the show, the auction, the sales, entering artist and buyer information in the computer, etc. If you would like to be part of the Art Show staff, please let me know what you are interested in doing.
If you wish to be added to the mailing list or are not sure that we have your correct address, please send a card (or e-mail) with your mailing information marked Attention: Art Show.
We will be doing our best to provide a smoothly run, enjoyable (and profitable) show for all. Thank you.
More information will be forthcoming in the next progress report.
We will also be having special events which will include a chocolate tasting and four ale and mead tastings. Westereggs will be back. Information about all these events will be in the program book. Do check the book for our hours. We are not the main Hospitality and will be closed during opening ceremonies and the salmon bake and the Chocolate Tasting (you must buy a ticket to attend the chocolate tasting). Also, The Club House closes in the evening and everyone is encouraged to gather in Hospitality or enjoy the dances, filking, and other evening activities.
The ale/mead tastings are part of the beer track and will be every afternoon about 4:00 PM. We will have at least three meads and two ales to sample. I.D. will be checked. In Oregon you must be 21 to legally drink alcohol.
Basically, The Club House provides a place for everyone to come and rest in between daytime programs they wish to attend. We like jazz and classical music. bouquets of fresh flowers, quality food, and the murmur of friends talking. This is what we hope to present to you. We hope to see you.
We'd hoped to include here a list of the dealers that we have so far, But recently the Fire Marshal revised some of the room capacities, so we've had to move things around and everything is still in flux.
There are yet a few tables available. Drop us a note (please, don't call), and we'll send you the registration forms and information sheet. The tables are $50 to $70 each (not including memberships).
If your fan group would like to reserve a table in the Fan Tables area at Westercon 48, contact Sharon Sbarsky, who is in charge of Exhibits. (You can send paper mail to the Westercon PO Box, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or S.SBARSKY on GEnie.) The supply of fan tables is extremely limited, so reserve early. If you show up at the convention expecting a table without having make arrangements with the Fan Table Coordinator, you may be disappointed. Also please note that fan tables are not a substitute dealers room, and that they are primarily for fan clubs, future conventions, and bids for future Westercons and Worldcons.
(Thanks to Kevin Standlee for writing this article.)
Friends of Filk is proud to welcome to Westercon 48 as their special guests, the rock band Tempest, whose Celtic rock (with a touch of Middle Eastern, Latin, and other traditional influences) will liven up the Friday night dance! And for those of you who want a pre-convention sample of Tempest live, they'll be on tour this summer-for information, contact Tempest at 2155 Park Blvd., Suite 1, Oakland CA 94606 or call them at (510) 452-5084.
If you will be needing any special assistance or equipment at the convention due to a physical or mental handicap, please fill out the enclosed Handicap Access Questionnaire and send it to me at the PO Box. This form will help us to help you. I will drop you a note within 4 weeks of my receipt of this form, so you'll know that I have received it. If you know anyone who is attending Westercon and has a physical impairment which might prevent them from filling out this form, please help them.
Because the suite we will be using is not as large as some of the suites at recent Westercons, the Hospitality Suite itself will be totally nonsmoking. However, the hotel has a lovely deck overlooking the Columbia River, and Portland weather is generally quite pleasant in July, so smokers should have no problems convincing their nonsmoking friends to step outside with them.
Unlike many large conventions these days, Westercon 48 does indeed plan to serve beer and wine in the Hospitality Suite. However, to avoid any possibility of impropriety surrounding the consumption of alcohol, we will employ a professional bartender to do the serving. To help offset the cost of the bartender, and also to keep the budget as big as possible for the rest of the Hospitality provisions, we will be charging a nominal fee for alcoholic drinks.
The Hospitality Suite focus will be providing a place for conversation and snacking. Convention activities such as Gaming or Filking have locations and times provided during the convention, and will not be allowed in the Hospitality Suite, in order to keep the chairs available and the sound level reasonable for those who want to visit with friends.
We are still very open to suggestions on menu items and other hospitality ideas, so if you have some, or if you or a group of you and your friends are interested in spending some time hosting at the Westercon Hospitality Suite, please contact us through the PO Box. It's never too early to think about food!
The Jantzen Beach hotel will be the Party Hotel, and will house Registration, Gaming, Dealers, Hospitality, the Masquerade and dances, and some of the programming. The Columbia River hotel will be the Non-Party Hotel, and will house the Art Show, the Club House, Child Care and Children's Programming, and the rest of the programming. It is a leisurely five-minute walk from lobby to lobby, and we plan on offering a shuttle for folks who aren't up the walk.
Room rates (and hotel reservation form) will be in the next progress report, and should be on the order of $75 single and $85 double.
Westercon will begin at Noon, Friday, June 30th (when Dealers opens and the program starts), and runs until 4PM, Monday, July 3rd. Opening Ceremonies will be Friday evening. (If you've never been to one of our conventions, you want to attend the Opening Ceremonies. We pride ourselves at producing truly silly presentations.) The Masquerade will be Saturday evening. In between, we'll pack in a Regency Dance, GOH events, the Susan Petrey Auction and dozens of panels, discussion groups, workshops and readings.
We'll have more details in the next progress report.
Then, from 1:30 PM until children's programming closes at about 5:00 PM there will be various activities for the kids to do. This, however, is not childcare. If you want to just drop your child off and go to a function, please take them to childcare. I am hoping that enough parents can get to know each other well enough to trust each other with their kids. (In most cases, 5 kids per adult will work. Also, some children require more attention then others. Ours, for example, is at his best when he has a whole room full of adults to cater to his needs.) In the late afternoon, after programming ends, the room will stay open for another child/parent party. There will be more food and drink. The rest of the con, there will be an hour each morning, noonish, and afternoon for everyone to gather in a party/play/eat atmosphere.
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday programming will start around 8:00 AM (the gathering) and run until afternoon. Some of the activities will involve costuming, art, dance, music, story reading (by authors), jugglers, a play, a magic show, learning magic, OMSI's STARLAB, microscopes, and various physical activities to wear out the little dears out...hmmm, do we know anyone that could lead them through an exercise program... There may even be opportunities for some of the programming (storytellers, magicians) to go to the child care room. (Ariel's idea. Thanks!)
Also, there are going to be a couple of special events. Please read your schedule carefully so your child does not miss something special. (If they do, I'm sure they will continue to remind you of it for the rest of the convention, month, year, etc.) Also, by the door there will be posted a list of the days events. A couple of them (like the STARLAB-it's BIG!) will be in another area.
Oh, by the way. Bring shoestrings-one or two or a dozen. It doesn't matter if they have knots in them. It would be nice if they aren't all dirty and muddy.
Children can go to this, but there will be knives and scissors around; and therefore, adult supervision will be required (up to a certain age...). The Screamer room will be next to the Children's Programming Room and across the hall from the Club House. It will be open most of the time during the day. There will be a contest for those that wish to enter. However, I don't know the criteria or who's going to judge because I just thought of it.
Westercon is held somewhere in Western North America (defined as continental North America west of 104 degrees West longitude, plus Hawaii) each year in a different city. (Yes, El Paso is just barely far enough west to qualify-the dividing line is approximately the boundary between Wyoming and Nebraska, in case you have a US map and are curious about it.) The members of each year's Westercon vote on where the Westercon two years from now will be held. For example, Portland was selected as the site of the 1995 Westercon by a vote held at Westercon 46 in Seattle in 1993.
The site of the 1997 West Coast Science Fantasy Conference (Westercon 50) will be selected at Westercon 48. If you are a member of Westercon 48, you can vote on where the site of the 1997 Westercon will be held. The ballot will be in Progress Report 4, mailing probably next May, and you can vote either by mail or in person at Westercon 48.
Groups who want to submit a bid to host the 1997 Westercon must submit filing papers to Westercon 48 no later than April 15, 1995. Only sites more than 75 miles from Portland and north of 37 degrees North latitude (the northern boundary of Arizona and New Mexico) may file bidding papers, except that if NO eligible bid files by December 31, 1994, then bids from ANY site in North America west of 104 west (including Hawaii) may file.
Filing papers must include: (1) The names of the bid's Chairman and Treasurer (who must be two separate people); (2) An organizing instrument such as bylaws, articles of incorporation/association, or a partnership agreement; and (3) A letter of intent or option from a hotel or other facility declaring the specific dates on which your group plans to hold the Westercon if you are selected to host it.
We recommend that you file early if possible. We must have the papers in our possession by April 15, 1995-unlike US taxes, a postmark is NOT sufficient for your bid to have been filed by the deadline.
Submit your bid by sending the filing papers to the Westercon 48 PO Box, Attn.: Site Selection, or by giving the papers to Rick Katze, the site selection administrator, in person. If you have any questions about Westercon site selection, contact Rick at the PO Box or by e-mail at email@example.com.
(Thanks to Kevin Standlee for writing this article.)
The scholarship is named after Susan C. Petrey, the Portland Hugo- and Campbell-nominated writer, fan and friend. Susan herself was accepted to Clarion in 1978, but couldn't attend when her car died. When she died suddenly in 1980, Portland fans collected the money that was used to start the scholarship.
The major source of income for the Scholarship Fund is the benefit auctions held at Portland conventions. We're always looking for donations of items (books, galleys, art work, jewelry, convention memberships, etc.) to auction. Items may be sent to OSFCI (PO Box 5703, Portland, Oregon, 97228) or to Wrigley-Cross Books (8001A SE Powell, Portland, Oregon, 97206).
Other sources of income include the sales of Gifts of Blood, the collection of Susan's stories what was published for Westercon 43. The hardcover is available from OSFCI (address above) for $20, and includes forewords by (and signatures of) the Westercon 43 Guests of Honor-Ursula K. Le Guin, Vonda N. McIntyre and Kate Wilhelm. A paperback edition (without the GOH material) was published by Baen Books, with all royalties going into the fund.
Please don't show up at the convention with a tape saying "I brought this really keen video that I want you to show in the video program." In rare and very special cases we may show such a video, if we deem it better what we have, but otherwise... "sorry, no can show."
Also, if there is a video or videos that you believe should not be included in the Westercon video program due to subject or content, let us know. (However, final word on what should or should not be shown will be determined by the Convention Committee).
So send in your ideas, requests, and such by or before March 1995. You can contact us at any of the addresses on the inside front cover, or you can write to us directly at the following address:
Fred B. Torck
5425 SW Watson Ave.
Beaverton, OR 97005
The Convention committee defines as weapons any object designed to cause bodily harm, or any replica of such an object and any other object the Committee determines to be dangerous. However the committee reserves the right to amend this definition of a weapon, and the right to impound weapons for the duration of the convention.
Any weapons purchased in the Dealer's Room must be securely wrapped.
The committee realizes that most people who would like to carry and wear weapons are sensible and careful individuals. However, because of the present liability laws, the risk of weapons causing accident or distress, and to preserve relationships with convention hotels, we have had to adopt this policy. The safety of convention members has to be our overriding consideration.
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Leichter 51 Janice Murray 257 Bruce Ritter 311 Chuck Leon 241 Lex Nakashima 219 Judith Ritter 78 David Levine 339 Steven C. Neighorn 36 Linda Louise Robinett 336 Keith Lofstrom 43 Kevin Nelson 315 M. Strata Rose 21 John Lorentz 118 Michael G. Nelson 193 Stephanie Rosenbaum 5 Gary Louie 240 Fuzzy Pink Niven 52 Alan Rosenthal 157 Sonia Orin Lyris 239 Larry Niven 251 Ed Rush 194 Ellen Levita 258 Lynn Nonnweiler 22 Ruth Sachter 83 David MacDonald 335 Marsie Nufer 190 Drew Sanders ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 191 Kathy Sanders 324 Katherine Stewart 210 Delia Walowski 226 Emerald Savitsky 297 Paul Stone 211 Jeremy Walowski 229 Karen C. Savitsky 97 Paul Stratton 126 Anthony D. 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