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Gaylaxicon is a more or less annual science fiction, fantasy, and horror traveling convention for gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender people and their friends. It is sponsored by the Gaylactic Network. It was first organized in 1988 by the GSFS.

Con Location Dates GoHs, Notes Attendees
Gaylaxicon 1988 Provincetown, Massachusetts J. F. Rivkin (author) ~90
Gaylaxicon 1990 Tewksbury, Massachusetts Melissa Scott (author), Hannah M. G. Shapero (artist), ~130
Gaylaxicon 1991 Tewksbury, Massachusetts Samuel R. Delany (author), Hannah M. G. Shapero (artist) ~245
Gaylaxicon 1992 Philadelphia, PA Tanya Huff (author), Tristan Alexander (artist), ~360
Gaylaxicon 1994 Rockville, Maryland Jewelle Gomez (author), Tom Howell (artist), Forrest J Ackerman (special guest) ~350
Gaylaxicon 1995 Niagara Falls, NY Don Sakers (author), Heather Bruton (artist) ~180
Gaylaxicon 1996 Burlington, Massachusetts Ellen Kushner and Delia Sherman (author), Colleen Doran (artist) ~342
Gaylaxicon 1997 Burlington, Massachusetts None ~90
Gaylaxicon 1998 Troy, MI Anne Harris (author), Kurt Erichsen (cartoonist), Frank Gembeck, Jr. (artist) ~60
Gaylaxicon 1999/Tenth Gaylaxicon Arlington, VA Diane Duane (author), Nancy Janda (artist), Jean-Pierre Dorleac (special guest) ~303
Gaylaxicon 2000 Arlington, VA Fiona Patton (author), Nan Fredman (artist) ~265
There were no Gaylaxicons from 2001 through 2003.
Gaylaxicon 2004 San Diego, CA David Gerrold (author), Joe Phillips (artist), Virginia Hey (actor, Farscape) ~285
Gaylaxicon 2005 Boston, MA Lois McMaster Bujold (author), Phil Jimenez (artist), Hidden Frontier ~250
Gaylaxicon 2006 Toronto, ON Ellen Muth (actor) Nalo Hopkinson (author), Richard Arnold (media), Michael Rowe (author/editor)
Gaylaxicon 2007 Atlanta, GA Jim Grimsley (author), Georges Jeanty (artist), Toastmistress: Selina Rosen (author), David Gerrold (author/screenwriter), Joe Haldeman (author), Steve Berman (author), Laura J. Underwood (author), Paul Stevens (editor, Tor), Toni Weisskopf (editor, Baen Books), Melissa Carter (radio personality, All the Hits Q100), Rob Caves (Star Trek: Hidden Frontier), James Cawley (Star Trek: New Voyages), Shaun Lyon (Outpost Gallifrey), David B. Coe (author)
Gaylaxicon 2008 Washington, DC October 10–13, 2008 Geoff Ryman (author), Alicia Austin (artist)
Gaylaxicon 2009 Minneapolis, MN October 9–11, 2009 Margaret Weis, Andy Mangels, Lawrence Schimel, Terrance "Spider Baby" Griep, Marc DeBauch
Gaylaxicon 2010 Montreal Canceled.
Gaylaxicon 2011/OutlantaCon Atlanta, GA May 13–15, 2011 Amber Benson, Melissa Carter, Steve Scott, Don Schermerhorn, Wayne Hergenroder, Catherine Lundoff, Eugie Foster, Warren Rochelle, Lee Martindale, Kiernan Kelly, Kayelle Allen, Angelia Sparrow, Sabrina Pandora, Michael Liebmann, Davey Beauchamp, Julia Rios, Andrew Greenberg, Jevocas "Java" Green, Keith Hartman, Steve Berman, J. M. McDermott, JoSelle Vanderhooft
Gaylaxicon 2012 Minneapolis, MN October 5–7, 2012 Gary Russell, Lyda Morehouse, Kyell Gold, Prism Comics, Sofawolf Press
Gaylaxicon 2016 Minneapolis, MN October 7–9, 2012 Eleanor Arnason (author), Gordon Bellamy (gaming), Zack Karlsson (gaming), David Maxine (publisher), F. Wesley Schneider (tabletop gaming/author), Eric Shanower (comic artist/writer)
Gaylaxicon 2018/OutlantaCon Atlanta, GA May 11–13, 2018
Gaylaxicon 2019 Minneapolis October 18–20, 2019 Yoon Ha Lee, Gregory Maguire, Seppy Yoon, Matt Baume, Michael Dahl, Samantha Rei

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