A convention in the Bay Area since 2011 which is "a literary-themed, conversational West Coast SF/F con. Each year we chose a new theme and invite Honored Guests (ranging from writers to scientists and artists) whose work exemplifies the theme."
It apparently went into hiatus during the Covid-19 pandemic, running a series of small online events and hopes to run an entirely online convention in 2023. One or both of its sponsoring organizations appears to be shutting down.
|FOGcon 1||March 11-13, 2011||Pat Murphy, Jeff VanderMeer, Fritz Leiber||The City in Speculative Fiction|
|FOGcon 2||March 30-April 1, 2012||Nalo Hopkinson, Shelley Jackson, Mary Shelley||The Body|
|FOGcon 2013||March 8-10, 2013||Terry Bisson, Susan R. Matthews, Anthony Boucher||Law, Order, and Crime|
|FOGcon 2014||2014||Seanan McGuire, Tim Powers, James Tiptree, Jr.||Secrets|
|FOGcon 2015||March 6-8, 2015||Kim Stanley Robinson, Catherynne M. Valente, Joanna Russ||The Traveller|
|FOGcon 6||March 4-6, 2016||Jo Walton, Ted Chiang, Donna Haraway, Octavia Butler||Transformations|
|FOGcon 7||March 10-12, 2017||Delia Sherman, Ayize Jama-Everett, Iain M. Banks||Interstitial Spaces|
|FOGcon 8||2018||Andrea Hairston, Ada Palmer, Thomas M. Disch||Performance in SF&F|
|FOGcon 9||2019||Becky Chambers, Karen Joy Fowler, Ursula K. Le Guin||Friendship|
|FOGcon 10||March 6-8, 2020||Nisi Shawl, Mary Anne Mohanraj, Terry Pratchett||Turning Points|
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