Capricon 34 was a good time that reaches from the past into the future, when we smile remembering the fun.
But do you find yourself laying awake at night trying to remember who won the Artist’s Challenge? Or Best Party? Well it’s Goat Droppings to the rescue! Here are all the awards, more Out of CON-Text quotes, and important information about Capricon 35. (What does the “R&R” stand for again? “Remote Controls and Rat Creatures”? “Rust and Rebar”? Help us decide!)
Click here to download your copy.
Greetings from the future (Or is it the past? (Traveling across the 4th dimension is confusing)):
By now hopefully you all have had a chance to rest and recuperate after Capricon. If you’re still making use of the time machine, please remember to put it back where and when you found it so no one will notice. We’d like to do something a little different this year, we’d like to ask your help in making Capricon as enjoyable as possible in the future. In order to do that we’ve put together a short survey for you to fill out, to tell us what worked at Capricon this year, what you’d like to see more of, and some general information about you to help us understand our membership better. We received some feedback immediately after Closing Ceremonies, but for those who couldn’t attend, or have something else to share, this is your chance. If you’d like to participate, you can do so by taking a short survey.
The information collected will only be shared with the Capricon Convention Committee and the Phandemonium Board of Directors, and the survey is anonymous, unless you decide to provide us with contact More >
Come demonstrate your Euchre superpowers!
We’ll be meeting on April 6 at 6:00pm at our regular location:
The Grafton Pub 4530 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, Illinois
Come join the fun!
Please consider nominating for the Detcon1 Young Adult and Middle Grade Speculative Fiction Award. *Anyone* can nominate – you do not need to be a member of the convention to nominate, although you do in order to vote on the final ballot. Nominating closes February 28, so act fast!
Click here for more information or to submit a nomination.
If you weren’t able to align your personal temporal devices with Capricon 34: The 4th Dimension. Don’t fret. You can catch up with all the news from the convention through the Capricon 34 editions of Goat Droppings.
It’s full of all the latest news from . Take a look, and see what fun you missed out on.
Click here to download your copy of the Thursday edition.
Click here to download your copy of the Friday edition.
Click here to download your copy of the Saturday edition.
Click here to download your copy of the Sunday edition.
Do you have a photo of yourself and Capricon 34 (cardboard) Fan GoH, Tadao Tomomatsu? We’d love to see them!
Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Be sure to include names, locations, and other pertinent information.
Capricon 34 will be continuing our annual book and food drives. From novels to noodles, you can help your fellow man, feeding bodies and minds.
Drop your contributions off at the Info Desk. Click here for further details.
Wanted: Someone to go back in time with Capricious. This is not a joke. Would you like to lend a hand in making Capricon happen? Are you interested in finding out what happens behind the scenes at a con?
The first step in doing either is simple, volunteer to be a gopher. There are many different jobs that need to be done from the Wednesday before Capricon starts all the way through to Sunday evening after closing ceremonies. Helping out can be quick and easy. If you have an hour, we would love to have you swing by the coat check by the dealer’s room and give us a hand.
Click here for more informaion on being a gopher.
Click here to see what specific jobs we need.
Don’t forget that Capricon is conducting a food drive and a book drive throughout the weekend.
You can bring non-perishable foods to the Information Desk and we’ll donate them (as well as any leftover ConSuite food) to local food pantries.
The Info Desk will also be accepting donations of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror novels as part of the Science Fiction Outreach Project. These books will be passed out at comic book conventions to promote literacy, and help grow the genre fan base. We are particularly looking for young adult and children’s genre books.
As a prelude to the 2014 NASFiC, Detcon1, we’ll be reading “Lion’s Blood” by its Author GoH, Steven Barnes.
We’ll be discussing the book on March 23 at 7:00pm at:
Cosi 1740 Sherman Ave Evanston, IL
Have a bite to eat and discuss an alternate future. What a great way to spend an evening!
Click here for more information on Detcon1.