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 Fantasy Society.
As you can seen in the enclosed committee list, we've added a lot of people. However, we still need many more. If you would like to help out ahead of time, or just put in a few hours while you're at the convention--please let us know.
We're also still looking for good ideas to try at this summer's convention. Feel free to drop us a note via our post office box, or various e-mail addresses--or just pick up the phone. We'll be glad to hear from you. We're also planning at being at several West Coast conventions (and Boskone) between this Spring. See you there!
As much as we'd like to have it otherwise, Westercon 48 will not be run on a 24-hour basis. Everything (filking, gaming, hospitality and the dances) shuts down from 4AM to 8AM each night. This allows everyone to find their rooms at least once a day (making the hotel happy), and gives the hotel and Westercon staff a chance to refresh things for the next day.
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!
$50 until June 10, 1995Supporting memberships are $20 (at all times), and for $5 we'll still sell you a pre-supporting membership!
$60 at the door
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 (4.5" wide by 7" tall) - $60The ad deadline for PR #4 is March 31, 1995. The target mailing date is May 1, 1995.
Half Page (4.5" wide by 3.5" tall) - $40
20% discount for non-profit groups.
All ads should be camera ready. Any screened artworks should be 120 - 133 line maximum. Preparation of ads from art and mechanical will be billed at cost. Any and all other production charges will be billed at cost. Color ads, special positions (including covers) are extra. Contact us for full information.Fan Pro Full Page $100 $175 1/2 Page 65 110 1/4 Page 40 70
Ad Size: Wide: Deep: Full Page 7 1/2" x 10" 1/2 Page Vertical 3 5/8" x 10" 1/2 Page Horizontal 7 1/2" x 4 7/8" 1/4 Page 3 5/8" x 4 7/8"
The pro advertising rate applies to all other individuals, business and organizations.
If you are unsure whether or not the fan rate applies to you or your organization, please write and describe your situation.
Deadline for space reservations: May 19, 1995.
Deadline for all materials: May 26, 1995.
Westercon 48 Program Book
c/o Stuart C. Hellinger
Post Office Box 561
New York, NY 10150-0561
Phone: 1-718 438-0853
(More are being added all the time!)Chair (& Committee Newsletter) John Lorentz * Deputy Fred Duarte Ad Sales Stuart Hellinger Artifacts Nancy Smith * Art Show Ruth Sachter * Assistants Sandy Cohen Jane Hawkins Staff Elinor Fadgen Gary Louis Mindy Sherwood-Lewis Pat Steed "Beer Track" Dick Pilz Business Meeting Chair Kevin Standlee Committee Secretary David Schaber Club House Roz Malin Dick Pilz Dealers' Room David Schaber Disabled Members Liaison Marilyn Mor Events/Tech Crew Head Robert Verde Assistants Kurt Daily Dean Koenig Exhibits Sharon Sbarsky Filking Cecilia Eng Gaming Mary Olson GOH Liaisons Mark Bourne (Science) Ruth Sachter (Artist) Skip Ward (Writer) Green Room/Program Ops Janice Gelb 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) Staff Richard Lawrence Office Doug Nibler, Linda Payne Opening Ceremonies Ariel Shattan Operations/Security Head Glenn Glazer Outside Events Alan Smith * Programming Head Andrew Nisbet * Assistant Dave Hicks Art Programming Elizabeth Lawhead Margaret Organ-Kean 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 David Lohkamp Skip Ward SFWA Liaison to Westercon James Fiscus Site Selection Rick Katze Treasurer Paul Wrigley * Video Anne Peck Fred Torck VIP/SFWA Suite Chris York
* Names in bold are members of the Westercon 48 Executive Committee.
In the next few months, we expect to hear from more of the wonderful artists who usually display at Westercon and our local Northwest conventions. If you are planning to participate--please don't wait for the last minute. The OryCon (our local convention) Art Show has sold out a month in advance in recent years and we expect that this Westercon Art Show will do the same.Alicia Austin Angela Jones Freddie Baer Mary Ann Koch Adrian Bourne Lubov Dorothy J. Boyle Linda Michaels James Currie Charles Martel Joy Day Marilyn Mor Jeanine Falter Betsy Mott Jeff Fennel Leslie Newcomer Artist GOH John Foster Cheryl M. Nordgulen Laura Freas Luise Perenne Kelly Freas Lynn Perkins John R. Gray III Mary Powell Robert D. Griffiths Melody Rondeau Sherry Hanson J. A. Stelnicki Mary Hanson-Roberts Karen C. Thompson Deanne Hicks Susan Van Camp Heather Hudson John Waible Brian Hunt Wizards of the Coast Gallery Eleanor Johnson Corey R. Wolfe K. A. Johnson
OryCon Art Show sales have increased from $8,314 in 1993 to $12,450 this past year. This is a trend which should bode well for Westercon. There are fans who still have wall space that's not covered with book shelves!
Art-related programming is being developed and coordinated by Elizabeth Lawhead and Margaret Organ-Kean. There will be slide shows, panel discussions, workshops and demonstrations. Since the Riverview Room is spacious, we'll be able to have some program items in the Art Show itself. Also in the Riverview Room will be our Works-in-Progress (WIP) Area. This will be a space where you can watch artists creating works in different media, see demonstrations and discuss technique. Ideas and suggestions for specific program items are always welcome. Please send them to Elizabeth and Margaret via the P.O. Box (or e-mail).
Along with recruiting Elizabeth and Margaret, we've been assembling a very talented, experienced art show team from up and down the West Coast. We are pleased to report that Sandy Cohen (Van Nuys), Elinor Fadgen (Seattle), Jane Hawkins (Seattle), Mindy Sherwood Lewis (Portland), Gary Louie (Simi Valley), and Pat Steed (Portland) will be helping run the Westercon Art Show. More help is always wanted and needed so that everyone has a chance to enjoy Westercon. Areas where we need your volunteer help include pre-con data entry, show set-up and artist check-in, door guards/bag checkers, at-con data entry, sales, the auction, and, of course, artist check-out and tear-down.
Complete information and reservation packets have been sent to everyone on our mailing list. If you wish to receive Art Show entry information, please send a card (or e-mail) with your mailing information marked Attention: Art Show. We will not accept any reservations without a completed reservation form and fees. Deficient reservations--missing or incomplete form, or incorrect fees--will not be processed until everything is in hand.
A brief recap: the Westercon 48 Art Show focus is on original works with science fiction, fantasy, fannish or comic themes. Artwork in all media is welcome--from pen and ink to jewelry, acrylics to dioramas, stained glass to quilting. Panels (4' x 4') and tables (4' x 2 1/2') are $12 each. Print shop entry is $5 per artist. Mail-in work is accepted with a $15 handling fee and prepaid return postage. Westercon takes a 15% commission on all sales. A membership in Westercon 48 is not required to enter your work in the Art Show but is needed to participate in other aspects of the convention such as the dealers room.
My goal of having these items available for sale in this Progress Report is unfortunately not possible. However, if you just can't wait until June 30th to have your very own Westercon 48 keepsake, these items will be available about a month before the convention. Be the first on your block to have one of each! Just drop me a note at the P.O. Box or leave a message on one of the Westercon communication lines... we'll work something out!
We recognize that many children in the 6 to 12 range are capable of independent activity. Therefore, as long as they are causing no problems, they do not have to be under adult supervision. However, if they are not capable of independence, then they must be under adult supervision, or in the day care facility, as above. Children 6-12 are admitted at half the adult price; ID bracelets are not required, but suggested.
The rates won't be certain until we sign the contract later in the year, but should be about $4 per hour (with quantity discounts). Children will be provided with supervision, games and children's videos. Parents are asked to provide food and diapers as necessary.
We will try to enough staff to allow for as many children as possible, but we may still reach capacity during peak hours. You can help prevent this by letting us know ahead of that you plan on using the service.
Oh, by the way. Bring shoestrings-one or two or a dozen. It does not matter if they have knots in them. It would be nice if they aren't all dirty and muddy.
The ale/mead tastings are part of the beer track and will be every afternoon about 16:00. 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 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.
Here is the list of dealers who are registered as of January 9, 1995:
Angelwear Creations Games Plus Austin Studios Rhonda K. Gheen Basement Books Lady Jayne's Comics and Books Book Vault Ludicrous Games Charae Gifts The Magikal Aardvark, Ltd. Darlene Coltrain Mu Press Dragonfly Design Prekarious Enterprises Dragonmarsh Quicksilver Fantasies Edie Reichard The Shadow's Treasure Chest Robert H. Edwards Shipman's Star Props Escape Books Sign of the Unicorn Eye-Deas by Terra Nova Springtime Creations The Fantasy Collection Terra Incognita Firewolf Uncomyn Gifts Fo'Paws Productions Unicorn Kelly Freas Dick Wald Friends of Filk Wrigley-Cross Books
Now I'll just go back to my padded cell, with these two nice persons.
As always, we appreciate our long-standing business dealings with our Red Lions, and ask that you show consideration in your dealings with them. We appreciate your cooperation in this. It helps us in our efforts to hold friendly, successful conventions.
As we did in 1990, we will be using the Columbia River as the non-party/quiet hotel and the Jantzen Beach Red Lion for parties and evening events. Please note that the cut-off date for our room block is June 7th. To get the type of room you want, in the hotel you prefer, we recommend that you book your room as soon as possible.
Singles/Doubles: $83 plus tax (currently 9%)On a space available basis, these rates extend from June 26 to July 6, for those planning an extended stay.
Triples/Quads: $93 plus tax
You may most easily make your reservation by telephone:
Columbia River Red Lion (non-party): (503) 283-2111Remember to identify yourself as being part of the Westercon convention, and confirming the room rate when booking your room. There is less likely to be confusion if you call the properties directly, rather than using the Red Lion 800 line as their reservation clerks will be unfamiliar with our convention and the rates.
Jantzen Beach Red Lion (party): (503) 283-4466
You may print out the online reservation form and mail it to the hotel of your choice. There is no separate hotel card. Remember, the Columbia River is the non-party hotel. Parties may only be held in the Jantzen Beach. Be sure to include a deposit equaling the first night's room rate plus appropriate taxes, or credit card number (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express) to guarantee your room if you are not planning on arriving before 6 pm.
We will work with the bidders in the current Westercon race to equitably assign bid suites. At the moment two bids have filed, if there are other bidders for the 1997 Westercon, we need to be notified, in writing, by February 15 when allocation of bid suites occurs. Any bids filing after that date will be assigned a suite on a space available basis assigning them the most comparable suite available.
Questions regarding suite sizes, rates and availability should be referred to:
PO Box 2584
Portland, Oregon 97208-2584
My name is Twilight (AKA Susan Mohn) and this makes my second Portland Westercon Masquerade, in addition to 2 Baycon Masquerades. I'll also be doing the `96 Costume Con Science Fiction Masquerade, so you'll see my name a lot over the next couple of years. Working with me on this Westercon are Pat and Peggy Kennedy, who have just moved out here to the West Coast and are willing to help out anyway they can (or so they tell me :->). Beyond that, the crew (and obviously cast) are still shaping up. I'm looking for all the usual jobs to fill and would love to hear from you-my net address is at the end of this article for just that purpose.
As for the specifics on this particular Masquerade, we're looking at running it similarly to the last Portland Westercon with a few changes that we know should improve things. I'm working on the stage size, though I'm shooting for something in the 24' range. I'll have specific sizes for you in the next PR. The green/ready room should be in the same place as last time (that's half the foyer to the ballroom in the Columbia River Red Lion, for those who can't read my mind) and I'm looking now for folks to staff that as well.
Categories for this masquerade will include (but may not be limited to) Media Reproduction (for which documentation must be included-if we can't see it, we can't compare it and we can't judge it fairly) and Original Creation. Classes will include (but may not be limited to) Master, Journeyman, Novice, Rising Star (child up to 12, self-made) and Nova (child up to 8, made by adult). Most of these are fairly standard Guild classifications, but if you have any questions about them, please ask.
As for weapons, you'll have to clear them through me before you put them on stage-Westercon 95 is weaponless and that means folks aren't expecting them. Please note: if you do not clear your weapons presentation through me before you go on stage, you will be disqualified and removed from the stage. I don't want to sound too hard, but having worked with weapons for over 20 years as both fighter and medic, I don't want to have to glue anyone together either. As for explosives, pyrotechnics and the like, the con doesn't have the budget to pay for a licensed pyro expert, so we're not allowing them. There are all kinds of wonderful things you can pull off without lighting them on fire. Really.
There will be no live mike on stage, so we suggest you make a tape ahead of time and mark it well. My Sound Engineer (the name is a secret until he/she gives me a yes-then I'll announce it) will be playing your tape during your presentation, so to make sure the right side of the tape gets played, we need it marked. I'll get more specific in the next Progress Report. Also: you will be photographed with a Polaroid for the judges to use during judging-please be aware of that ahead of time.
Additional things that could be of use to you: No costume is No costume-we will be working under the obscenity laws of both Oregon and Portland and this is a family show. Also, please don't involve the MC without first clearing it with the MC. He, she or it will likely react negatively and I most certainly will. We will have lighting, but at this juncture, I'm not sure how controllable that will be. Again, more information on that will be in the next Progress Report, as will the Masquerade registration/entry form. There will be a tech run-through time for you to walk the stage, turn in your tapes, and meet the stage manager, the MC and the lighting tech. You will need to attend it, but I'm trying to assign times, so you won't have to sit through all of it. Specific call times will be listed in the next Progress Report. The run-throughs will likely be Saturday morning.
That's about all I have for the moment. Please contact me at Twilight@Wizards.com if you have any questions and I'll do what I can to keep you posted as we get closer to the event.
Not only does the office cater to all the other convention departments' office needs, but whenever possible it handles the office needs of any of the convention members (for a "nominal fee," of course) as well. I will do whatever I can to assist anyone with any problem or office job (day or evening).
Please do stop in at least once even if it is just to say "Hi!" I like to hear from people, so do drop in!
The winner of the $25 Red Lion Inn Gift Certificate is:
John CatonJohn, you can pick up your gift certificate at Registration; it will be with your membership badge.
of Vancouver, Washington
Westercon 48 membership #299
Thanks go to the 53 people who answered the questionnaire and sent it back to me before the deadline. Further details about Outside Events will be in Progress Report #4.
Greg Abraham Janice Gelb Steven Oliver Heather Alexander Kurt R. A. Giambastiani Jerry Oltion Clifton Amsbury Mel Gilden Margaret Organ-Kean Kim Antieau Stephen Gillett Fred Patten Astrid Bear James Glass Kent Patterson Greg Bear Mike Glyer John Pelan Michael Berlyn Lenora Good Bruce Pelz Betty Bigelow Sarah Goodman Elayne Pelz Tom Billings Eileen Gunn Vol Ranger Jesse Bone Jon Gustafson Arlin Robins Mark Bourne Nancy C. Hanger Mary Rosenblum Adrian Bourne Thea Hardy Leonardo D. Rufo R. V. Branham Norman E. Hartman D. F. Sanders Jim Brunet Patrick Nielsen Hayden Pippin Sardo Chris Bunch John Hedke Joyce Scrivner Gail Butler Marilyn Holt Andi Shechter Ted Butler Keith Kato Stu Shiffman Jack Cady Jerry Kaufman Dave Smeds Tim Campbell Laura Kelly-Freas Dean Wesley Smith Christine Carmichael T. Jackson King Kevin Standlee Frank Catalano Meryle Korn Janet Tanaka Jo Clayton Jean Lamb Mike Tanaka Ctein Frank Lurz Susan Taubeneck Howard Davidson Sonia Orin Lyris Bruce Taylor Margaret Davis Adrienne Martine-Barnes Amy Thomson Joy Day Cyn Mason Suzanne Tompkins John De Camp Margaret McBride Gordon Van Gelder Paula E. Downing Luke McGuff Vernor Vinge Laurie Edison Don McQuinn Chuq Von Rospach Marjii Ellers Marilyn Mor John Vornholt Ru Emerson Mike Moscoe Elisabeth Waters James Fiscus Kevin Andrew Murphy Leslie What Margaret Forsythe Rebecca Neason Tom Whitmore Richard Foss Larry Niven Ben Yalow John Foster Kevin O'Donnell, Jr. Cheryl Lynn York Louise Foster Marybeth O'Halloran Julie Zetterberg Esther Friesner Mick O'Halloran
Get in on the fun! This Westercon, dust off your manuscripts, gather your self composure, and join us! We're really excited about our Writers Workshop series. Short Story, Novel and yes, even Poetry this year. Whatever your medium of written word, come share it with us! Workshop times will allow, not only for a detailed discussion of the material at hand, but also a general discussion time at the end. While you feed your creative hunger (writing is food for the soul) we'll also feed you. Hot drinks, fruit juice and a splendid food tray await your arrival. So how about it? If you were waiting for an invitation, well you just got one. Join us!
Short Story: 5,000 words or less.Technical Specifics:
Novel: Sample chapter plus outline.
Poetry: 3-5 pieces, any reasonable length.
Format: Clarion (if you need clarification, query us.)Submission Requirements:
Copies: Eight (Dot Matrix must be very clean!)
Entry fee: $7.00 per section submission.Deadline:
No more than one submission per category.
Westercon membership is required by submission deadline. *
Submissions must be postmarked by April 30th 1995, no exceptions, so please, get busy now.Comments, questions, confusions? Please don't panic! Call or write:
* Entry fees for Westercon 48 are much lower than comparable workshops. This being stated, it is only appropriate that all in attendance be registered in advance with the convention. We will be verifying with central registration. The intention is not to exclude anyone. This will be a professional, exhilarating, wonderful experience. Writers' Workshop chair Angela MaRie is busy fine-tuning all details to make this a complete "WOW" experience.
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.
Of course, smoking is still allowed in the bars, the smoking areas in the restaurants, and in private sleeping rooms. We just want to cut down on clouds of smoke being trapped in enclosed areas, and causing problems for non-smokers.
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