THE STATE OF ART FANTASTIC (Confederation I)
Tom Canty, chair. Jeffrey Jones, Rob Maclntyre,
Victoria Poyser, Jill Bauman, Stephen Gervais.
Reading-STERLING E. LANIER (Quebec Room)
NEW MYTHOLOGIES (Confederation I)
Jane Yolen, chair. Patricia C. Wrede, Janny Wurts,
Charles R. Saunders, Greg Frost, Charles de Lint,
Nancy Kress, Susan Dexter.
Reading-KARL EDWARD WAGNER (Quebec Room)
HORROR: THE NEXT DECADE (Confederation I)
Stephen King, chair. Peter Straub, David Morrell,
Whitley Strieber, Charles L. Grant, George R.R. Martin,
Reading-GUY GAVRIEL KAY (Quebec Room)
PAINTING TECHNIQUES FOR THE FANTASY
ILLUSTRATOR (Confederation II)
Slide presentation by artist James Gurney.
Reading-STEPHEN KING & PETER STRAUB (Quebec Room)
PUTTING FANTASY INTO PRINT (Confederation I)
Lloyd A. Eshbach, chair. Harriet MacDougal, Lou Aronica,
Ginjer Buchanan, David Hartwell, Jim Frenkel.
Reading-SPIDER ROBINSON (Quebec Room)
CRONENBERG FILM RETROSPECTIVE II (Quebec Room)
GUEST OF HONOUR READING * JANE YOLEN
MUSIC FESTIVAL (Confederation I)
Ellen Kushner, Charles de Lint, hosts. Jane Yolen, Wickentree,
Janny Wurts, Robin Bailey, Jay K. Klein, Dave Binder and others.
ART AUCTION (Quebec Room)
Jack Chalker, auctioneer.
Sunday, October 14
A WORLD FANTASYCON RETROSPECTIVE
David Hartwell, chair. Bob Booth, Norm Hood,
Robert Weinberg, Charles L. Grant.
ART AUCTION (Quebec Room) TENTATIVE
CANADIAN FANTASY (Confederation II)
John Bell, chair. Robert Hadji, Robert Sawyer.
SF & FANTASY: WALKING THE TIGHTROPE
Judy Merril, chair. Spider Robinson, Jack Chalker, Fritz Leiber.
AWARDS BANQUET (Confederation I & II)
Throughout the convention, Jane Yolen and Diane Duane will be collaborating on a
short story entitled "About Johnson", written on Diane's computer. Ask for details as
to where they'll be working on it at the Registration Desk.
We will be holding one Art Auction at 10:00 PM on Saturday evening in the Ontario
Room, Mezzanine Level, with Jack Chalker as your auctioneer. We are working on
the written bid system so as each piece reaches THREE written bids it will be marked
for auction. Any piece receiving less than three written bids will be sold to the last
bidder. Should circumstances warrant, pieces with less than three bids may go to