Tricon was the 24th Worldcon, held September 1–5, 1966, at the Sheraton-Cleveland. GoH: L. Sprague de Camp. Isaac Asimov was Toastmaster. Co-Chairmen: Ben Jason, Howard DeVore, and Lou Tabakow. Officially jointly hosted by Cleveland, Detroit, and Cincinnati (hence "Tricon") See Tricon Program for the complete convention program.
Among its events was a sneak peak at an upcoming TV show, Star Trek. Based on its scanty mention in con reports, the screening didn’t have a big impact on attendees, but it didn’t occur till 7 p.m. on Monday.
- Tricon publications on fanac.org
- Fred Pohl's Tricon Reminiscence
- Cory Seidman Panshin's Tricon Reminiscence
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Also involved: - 1966 Best All-Time Series Hugo - 1966 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo - 1966 Best Fanzine Hugo - 1966 Best Novel Hugo - 1966 Best Professional Artist Hugo - 1966 Best Professional Magazine Hugo - 1966 Best Short Fiction Hugo - 1966 Worldcon - 1966-worldcon - 1967 Hugos - Baltimore in '67 - Barbara Silverberg - Boston in '67 - Cleveland, OH - Convention Annual - Convention timeline - Cory Panshin - Detroit, MI - Differential - Don Ford - Ed Wood - Fan Memoirs - Focal Point (McInerney) - Heroic Fantasy Art Award - Hugo Voting Process - Hyborian Legion - Julie Ann Jardine - Let's Take Science Fiction Out of the Universities and Put It Back into the Gutter Where It Belongs - Lois Lavender - Loncon II - Luise Perrin - Marcon I - Marcon II - Mike Glicksohn - Nashville, TN - New York in 1967 - NyCon3 - NyCon3 Reminiscence (Pohl) - Pacificon II - Phyllis Eisenstein - Proceedings - St. Louiscon Reminiscence (Kyle) - Syracuse in '67 - Thomas Schluck - Trans Oceanic Fan Fund - Worldcons by Area
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