The 1992 Worldcon held September 3-7 at the Orange County Convention and Civic Center, The Peabody Hotel and The Clarion Hotel, Orlando, FL. GoHs: Jack Vance (pro), Vincent Di Fate (artist) and FGoH: Walter A. Willis. Spider Robinson was Toastmaster, but Mike Resnick acted as Toastmaster for the Meet-the-Pros party. It was chaired by Joe Siclari and sponsored by Fanac.
MagiCon's exhibit hall featured a miniature golf course themed around The Enchanted Duplicator in honor of Fan GoH Walt Willis.
Mike Glyer commented at the time that "The con's pleasing personality could only have come from organizers who had looked into their own hearts for what people value in a worldcon, then spared no effort to deliver it."
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Also involved: - 1992 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo - 1992 Best Fan Artist Hugo - 1992 Best Fan Writer Hugo - 1992 Best Fanzine Hugo - 1992 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo - 1992 Best Novel Hugo - 1992 Best Novelette Hugo - 1992 Best Novella Hugo - 1992 Best Original Artwork Hugo - 1992 Best Professional Artist Hugo - 1992 Best Professional Editor Hugo - 1992 Best Semiprozine Hugo - 1992 Best Short Story Hugo - 1992 Campbell Award - 1992 Worldcon - 1992-worldcon - 1999 NASFiC Site Selection - Becky Thomson - Conrad H. Ruppert - Conspiracy '87 Reminiscence (Kyle) - Convention timeline - FANAC - Fanac Fan History Project - Former Worldcon Chairman's Party - Gotham Organization - Intersection - Irish Fandom - J. Spencer Love - Jay Kay Klein - Judy Bemis - Kurt Baty - MagiCon Art Retrospective - Magicon - Orlando in '92 - Orlando in 2001 - Orlando, FL - Pat Vandenberg - Priscilla Olson - Richard Brandt - SMOFlahoma - Scott Imes Video Archive - South Florida - Tom Veal - Tower to the Moon - Tropicon VII - WOOF - Walt Willis - Worldcon Bid
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