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  • #REDIRECT [[List of Chicago Conventions]]
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  • ...]s. It is one of two hotels to have hosted the three major fan-run Chicago conventions. From 2002 until its close in 2008, it was branded the '''Sheraton Chicago Northwest'''. Shortly after Capricon announced it would be changing hotels
    580 bytes (90 words) - 07:46, 24 April 2020
  • '''Annual conventions''' * [[Chicago TARDIS]] (2000-present)
    2 KB (119 words) - 18:00, 4 April 2021
  • ...n]] who was a member of the [[University of Chicago SF Society]], attended conventions in the 50s, wrote for the [[fanzines]], and published ''[[Sigbo]]'' and ''[
    359 bytes (55 words) - 06:18, 20 July 2020
  • ...ons|in Chicago]], will be held September 1–5, 2022, at the [[Hyatt Regency Chicago]]. [[GoHs]]: [[Charles de Lint]], [[Floyd Norman]], [[Edie Stern]], [[Joe S It was formed from the [[Chicago in 2022]] bid, and won the [[con]] at the [[2022 Site Selection]] conducted
    1 KB (134 words) - 17:54, 1 May 2021
  • ...Champaign fans planned to run [[Whatcon]] III in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, but cancelled it due to problems with the hotel, the William Tell "No Tell [[Category:Chicago conventions]]
    420 bytes (63 words) - 17:57, 4 April 2021
  • Anime Central is a [[Chicago]]-based [[anime]] convention held annually since 1998. It has been located [[Category:Chicago conventions]]
    463 bytes (65 words) - 17:30, 4 April 2021
  • The Third '''Chicago Conference''' was a [[convention]] held during April 1940 in Bloomington, I ...nces are they were of similar size. There was no local [[club]] and the [[Chicago]] [[fans]] who were organizing the [[Chicon]] made [[feuding]] endemic. [[
    901 bytes (138 words) - 13:10, 25 April 2021
  • ...29]], [[Capricon 30]], and [[Smofcon 34]]. She was a [[co-chair]] of the [[Chicago in 2022]] [[Worldcon]] bid and is now chair of [[Chicon 8]]. She has been a ...in hopes of introducing people to the genre and promoting science fiction conventions.
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  • A small gathering of fans that ran from October 7-9, 1944 in [[Chicago]]. Attendees included [[Dunkelberger]], [[Frank Robinson]], [[E. E. Evans] See [[Early Conventions]]
    322 bytes (42 words) - 10:12, 6 January 2020
  • ...The committee did heavy advertising including TV spots, and had rented the Chicago Amphitheater, which seats 13,000. The got 200 people on Friday and 800 on S Other [[Star Trek conventions]] that failed in 1976 included the [[Boston Star Trek convention]] in April
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  • ...in 1978, and who has worked on numerous [[conventions]], particularly in [[Chicago|Chicagoland]], such as [[Windycon]], where he ran the [[Dealers' Room]] for
    667 bytes (91 words) - 06:58, 2 April 2021
  • ...ered around [[Columbus]] and [[Chicago]] who specialized in saving failing conventions. Members included [[Ross Pavlac]] (who initially named it the '''Columbus They were a competent lot who did much good for conventions (including [[MidAmeriCon]] and [[SunCon]]), but came under considerable cri
    833 bytes (123 words) - 16:12, 21 September 2020
  • (Did you mean the [[MuseCon|series of Chicago-area maker conventions]]?)
    321 bytes (40 words) - 13:36, 7 March 2021
  • ...of the [[Capricon]] [[SF conventions]] held annually in February in the [[Chicago]] area. Besides Capricon, Phandemonium runs a monthly [[book]] club, dining
    380 bytes (51 words) - 16:19, 1 April 2021
  • ...also called '''Midfan''') was founded to run [[Con Fandom|conrunner]]s' [[conventions]] in the [[Midwest Fandom|Midwest]] (notably [[Midwest Construction]]) and Four [[Midwest Construction]]s were held ([[Chicago]], [[Ann Arbor]], [[Kansas City]], and [[Columbus]]) between 2002 and 2005
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  • ...hley]], [[Walt Liebscher | Liebscher]], and other [[fen]] of the area in [[Chicago, IL]] in the spring of '43; they prowled the bookshops, and at a hotel-room See [[Early Conventions]]
    403 bytes (57 words) - 12:42, 20 April 2020
  • .... For many years, he was recognizable by a trademark red fedora he wore at conventions.
    495 bytes (75 words) - 01:42, 20 July 2020
  • ...ed around [[filking]] was called '''FilkCon''' and was held in 1979 near [[Chicago]], probably at the Arlington Park Hilton. It was the first filk convention ...eral of the FilkCons became the first convention of a major series of filk conventions. Today, a '''filk con''' could be one of any number of cons.
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  • ...[[fringe fandom]]s, even though those groups run their own tightly focused conventions, which exclude other interests. Proponents of the Big Tent also tend to obj ...mple of this philosophy in practice, consider [[Windycon 40]], held near [[Chicago]] in 2013, which used "The Big Tent" as its theme. The [[convention]] featu
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