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West Coast Science Fantasy Conference. Westercon 36 - Page 55. July 1, 1983 - July 4, 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 20, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1984_003/item/677/show/638.

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West Coast Science Fantasy Conference. (July 1, 1983 - July 4, 1983). Westercon 36 - Page 55. Fritz Leiber Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention Flyers & Programs. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1984_003/item/677/show/638

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Title Westercon 36
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  • West Coast Science Fantasy Conference
Date July 1, 1983 - July 4, 1983
Description A program book for Wetsercon 36/Westerchron.
Donor Fritz Leiber; Justin Leiber
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Science fiction, American
  • Fantasy fiction, American
Subject.Topical (TGM-1)
  • Meetings
Subject.Name (LCNAF)
  • Leiber, Fritz, 1910-1992
  • West Coast Science Fantasy Conference
  • Tenn, William, 1920-2010
  • Austin, Alicia
  • Knight, Damon, 1922-2002
Subject.Name (Local)
  • Westercon
  • Westerchron
  • Whitmore, Tom
Subject.Geographic (TGN)
  • San Jose, California
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  • brochures
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Location ID 1984-003, Box 57, Folder 34
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Original Collection Fritz Leiber Papers
Digital Collection Fritz Leiber Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention Flyers & Programs
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Transcript - David Brin's novella "The Postman" (IASFM, November 1982) is a Hugo nominee this year. His first novel was Sundiver, and The Practice Effect and Star Tide Rising will be out soon. Brin was one of the nominees for the Campbell Award last year. In addition to writing, he works on projects involving the Space Shuttle at the California Space Institute. He is also Secretary of S.F.W.A. Charles N. Brown has been the editor and publisher of Locus, the newspaper of the SF field, for over fifteen years. Locus has won the Hugo Award seven times. He has edited two anthologies, Far Travellers and Alien Worlds, written review columns for Cosmos and Odyssey, and was a regular reviewer for Asimov's. He still writes Asimov's annual book summary, and a reprise of the year's events for Terry Carr's "Best of the Year" anthologies. Ed Bryant is, as far as can be determined, the only one-time ranch cowboy now writing science fiction. Most of his work is short stories and has been collected in such books as Among the Dead, Wyoming Sun, and Particle Theory. A new edition of his adventurer-fantasy work Cinnabar was recently published by Bantam, and a real science fiction novel, Kingdom by the Sea, is being completed for Timescape. Caradoc Cador has been publishing short stories, primarily high fantasy of a Celtic character, since the mid-70s. His work has appeared in F&SF, Dragon fields, Fantasy Tales, the DAW Year's Best Fantasy, Greyhaven, and the Dutch language anthology Shangri-La. Current projects include several short pieces, most of which are science fiction, and a mainstream novel set in the Bay Area in 1967 and 1968. Terry Carr's writing includes the novel Cirque and a collection of short stories, The Light at the End of the Universe. He is currently working on a new novel for Timescape, and editing a new series of Science Fiction Specials as well as three series' of anthologies: Universe, The Best Science Fiction of the Year, and Fantasy Annual. Mike Conner's work covers a variety of settings and subjects. He'll tackle anything that interests him: suspense, horror, political intrigue, and, yes, even fantasy. His work appears regularly in F&SF. A novel, / Am Not the Other Houdini, was published in 1978; another, Groupmind, should be forthcoming from Berkley. Sonni Cooper has crossed over many fields and interests in her career, from fine arts and anthropology to Star Trek, as script consultant and advisor for The Wrath of Kahn, and a novel, Black Fire (Pocket). She is currently working on a fantasy novel, Ankh, a science fiction novel, Born of Earth and Sky, a script, The Seventh Day, a novel about a contemporary Pueblo Indian family, People of the Earth, and short stories. Ellen Datlow worked her way up to become fiction editor of Omni magazine, one of the most prestigious publications in the field. Grania Davis has travelled throughout the world, and her travels provide the basis for much of her writing. She is best known for her fantasy novel, The Rainbow Annals, which is based on Tibetan legends. A new fantasy novel set in Bali, Moonbird, will be published by Doubleday, and her novelette "What Happened on Cranberry Road" is scheduled to appear in Amazing soon. Jon DeCles' first SF story was published in F&SF in 1963. In addition to writing, he was with the Renaissance Pleasure Faire as an actor and director for fifteen years, and has portrayed many characters, including Mark Twain (once for eight hours a day, seven days a week for three months) and Edgar Allen Poe. He was the Ghost and the Player King in Patricia Leslie's celebrated extraterrestrial production of Hamlet. He is working on a new Thingumology, The Piswyck Papers, featuring the Particolored Unicorn, from which he will be reading at Westercon. 56 WESTERCHRON