Proceedings

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The Proceedings are the formal record of a convention, published afterward.

Several Worldcons produced them, but the practice disappeared in favor of less comprehensive memory books or souvenir books given out at the con.

Worldcon Proceedings[edit]

Publication of an annual Proceedings volume was an old (but now sadly abandoned) Worldcon tradition.

Year Worldcon Proceedings Notes
1947 Philcon I Philcon Memory Book Edited by Alexander M. Phillips and published by the N3F. Online.
1948 Torcon The Torcon Report Complete text of the talks transcribed from tape recordings. Online.
1949 Cinvention Cinvention Memory Book Online.
1961 Pittcon Convention Annual No. 1 By Jay Kay Klein. Not a proceedings. Online.
1962 Chicon III The Proceedings Chicon III Published by Advent:Publishers, edited by Earl Kemp.
Convention Annual No. 2 By Jay Kay Klein. Not a proceedings. Online.
1963 Discon The Proceedings: Discon Published by Advent:Publishers, edited by Dick Eney.
Convention Annual No. 3 By Jay Kay Klein. Not a proceedings. Online.
Discon 1 Report Not a Proceedings at all, but a long report by Discon Chairman George Scithers about the running of the convention. Online.
1966 Tricon Convention Annual No. 4 By Jay Kay Klein. Not a proceedings.
1967 NYCon 3 Convention Annual No. 5 By Jay Kay Klein. Not a proceedings.
1971 Noreascon Noreascon Proceedings Edited by Leslie Turek and published by NESFA Press. Online.
1980 Noreascon Two Noreascon Two Memory Book Not a Proceedings as such. Online..
1985 Aussiecon II Aussiecon Memory Book Jean Weber
Contrary Modes Jenny Blackford, Russell Blackford, Lucy Sussex, and Norman Talbot
1989 Noreascon 3 Noreascon 3 Memory Book Not a Proceedings as such. Online.
2000 Chicon 6 Audio Tapes Chicon 2000 published audio tapes of 106 panels.
Chicon 2000 Memory Book Not a Proceedings as such.


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