MosCon

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A convention held in Moscow, ID from 1979 to 2001, organized by the Palouse Empire Science Fiction Association (PESFA), led by Steve Fahnestalk.

The University Idaho's MosCon Collection (IA)

Convention Dates GoHs
MosCon '79 September 29‑30, 1979 Verna Smith Trestrail, Alex Schomburg, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Robert A. Heinlein
MosCon II September 12-14, 1980 George Barr, Jerry Sohl, Frank Denton
MosCon III September 25-27, 1981 Kate Wilhelm, Damon Knight, Tim Kirk, Suzle Tompkins
MosCon IV September 24-26, 1982 Marion Zimmer Bradley, Wendy Pini, Steve Forty
MosCon V September 23-25, 1983 Fritz Leiber, Kelly Freas, Georges Giguere
MosCon VI September 21-23, 1984 Alicia Austin, F. M. Busby, William R. Warren, Jr., Stephen Gillett
MosCon VII September 20-22, 1985 John Varley, Rick Sternbach, Richard Wright, Grover Krantz
MosCon VIII September 19-21, 1986 Dean Ing, Rob Quigley, Michael Goodwin, Bryce Walden
MosCon IX September 18-20, 1987
MosCon X Sepember 23-25, 1988
MosCon XI 1989
MosCon XII September 14-16, 1990
MosCon XIII September 20-22, 1991 Tim Powers, Julia Lacquement-Kerr, Dragon, Dr. Roger Fouts
MosCon XIV September 11-13, 1992 M. J. Engh, V. E. Mitchell, Armand Cabrera, Mr. Science, Leo Bustad
MosCon XV September 17-19, 1993
MosCon XVI September 16-18, 1994 Roger Zelazny, Gary Davis, Tam Gordy, Shelly Gordy, Gregory Benford
MosCon XVII September 15-17, 1995
MosCon XVIII September 13-15, 1996
MosCon XIX September 12-14, 1997
MosCon XX September 18-20, 1998
MosCon XXI September 10-12, 1999
MosCon XXII August 25-27, 2000
MosCon XXIII August 24-26, 2001
MosCon Revival June 21-23, 2019


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