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necronomicon_fl
12 July 2010 @ 09:23 am
If you are looking for something to do this coming weekend (July 16-18), you might want to check out either Vidcon or Necronomicon Gaming Day.

Vidcon is our fan fictin, TV, movies summer convention. It will be held at the Hilton Bayfront in St. Petersburg. You can find out more about it at Vidcon or on Yahoo Groups. Just search for "Vidcon" on Yahoo and you'll find us.

We are also on Twitter Vidcon_Florida.

You can visit Necronomicon Gaming Day at NecroGaming.org

NECRONONMICON 2010
Guest of Honor: David Gerrold
October 22-24, Hilton Bayfront, St. Petersburg, FL
Website: stonehill.org/necro.htm
 
 
necronomicon_fl
02 September 2009 @ 02:25 pm
This is down and dirty but it's taken directly from the Excel file where the schedule has been "living" these past few months.


Panel Genre day time room Guest 1 Guest 2 Guest 3 Guest 4 Host

Playing the Game with the Big Boys gaming Fri 1:00 PM Harborview LaSanta Helton Chris McCoy Chrissy McCoy Winn

Comics & SF as Pop Cultural Phenomenons culture Fri 2:00 PM Harborview Stark Pinsky Green Hatfield

You Say 'Self-Pub' Like It's A Bad Thing: Ways To Use It So It's Not.""" publishing Fri 3:00 PM Harborview Van Scoyoc Helton Chris McCoy G. Finkelstein Nappier

Working with Small Presses publishing Fri 4:00 PM Harborview Strand Barber Logan Helwig Wilber

Chasing Dreams: How I Came to be a Writer writing Fri 5:00 PM Harborview Asaro Briggs Byers Zahn Malcohn

Eye Scream Social event Fri 7:00 PM Ballroom

You Say You Want to be an Actor… media Fri 8:00 PM Harborview Breslauer Wynkoop G. Finkelstein T. Finkelstein Green

Meanwhile: Day Jobs for Writers (compatible ways to write and put food on the table writing Fri 9:00 PM Harborview Courtney Briggs Wilber Shea

Movie 1 Liners trivia Fri 9:00 PM St. Pete 1 Lung

Catherine Asaro Concert music Fri 9:00 PM St. Pete 3 Asaro Wolcott Vincenti MacDougal

he Sailing Writer writing Fri 9:00 PM Williams Jackson

Open Filk fan Fri 10:00 PM Harborview Bruns

How to Grab Your Reader: Scene Tension writing how-to Fri 10:00 PM Williams Briggs Wilber

Adult Scavenger Hunt game Fri 10:30 PM St. Pete 1 Lung

All the Good Single Guys Seem to be Imaginary fan Fri 11:00 PM Williams Stark Caldwell

Dr. Horrible SingAlong event Sat 12:00 AM Ballroom Dryer

Gay Issues in Fandom fan Sat 12:00 AM Williams Dagneau Hinman Callen

"Steampunk/Lolita, Teen/Tween Jewelry" workshop Sat 10:00 AM Harborview Shea

What is Art's Place in Society? art Sat 10:00 AM St. Pete 1 Cornett Helwig Malcohn MacDougal Nappier

Guests of Honor Q&A event Sat 10:00 AM St. Pete 2 Asaro Byers Briggs Green

Magazine from Start to Finish publishing Sat 10:00 AM St. Pete 3 Van Scoyoc Gittens

Cyborgs, Supermen, & Constructs — Oh My!" science Sat 11:00 AM St. Pete 1 Caldwell KF Morris KD Morris A Jackson MacDougal

Asara/Wolcott: Diamondstar Project music Sat 11:00 AM St. Pete 2 Asaro Wolcott

E-Book formats & DRM Methods writing Sat 11:00 AM St. Pete 3 Howdershelt Helton Malcohn M. Briggs

Medieval Martial Arts Workshop workshop Sat 12:00 PM Harborview Sharkey

Urban Fantasy writing Sat 12:00 PM St. Pete 1 Cornett Byers Barber Sabin Nappier

International Space Station Slide Show science Sat 12:00 PM St. Pete 2 Mitchell

"Chibis, Round Eyes and Short Pants: What Does it Mean?" anime Sat 12:00 PM St. Pete 3 Stark T. Morris

Working for a Living in the Entertainment Industry media Sat 1:00 PM St. Pete 1 Breslauer Wynkoop Green Hinman

Digital Comics comics Sat 1:00 PM St. Pete 2 Stark

Anime Trivia anime Sat 1:00 PM St. Pete 3 Sanmiguel A. Morris

Seven Biggest Mistakes Writers Make writing Sat 2:00 PM Harborview Courtney Rush Gittens Barber

How to Break into the Field:Art art Sat 2:00 PM St. Pete 1 Vincenti Morrison Shea Cornett T. Morris

Trivia trivia Sat 2:00 PM St. Pete 2 Jones Zahn

"Horror, Fantasy and Sci-Fi: Anime vs Western Media" anime Sat 2:00 PM St. Pete 3 Caldwell

Necronomicon Green Challenge science Sat 3:00 PM Harborview K.D. Morris A. Jackson Mitchell MacDougal Caldwell

Autographing: Briggs & Asaro event Sat 3:00 PM St. Pete 1 Asaro Briggs

Trivia trivia Sat 3:00 PM St. Pete 2 Jones Zahn

Dude Looks Like a Lady anime Sat 3:00 PM St. Pete 3 Hollingsworth

Music & SF/F music Sat 4:00 PM Harborview Asaro Green Wolcott Vincenti MacDougal

Future Economy: Can we move to all electronic currency? culture Sat 4:00 PM St. Pete 1 Caldwell Ewing Berman Zahn Winn

Ask the Science Guys science Sat 4:00 PM St. Pete 2 MacDougal A. Jackson Mitchell K.D. Morris

Genre Jumping-Writing in more then one field writing Sat 4:00 PM St. Pete 3 Barber Sabin G. Finkelstein Logan Van Scoyoc

Likenesses and Differences in F & SF writing Sat 5:00 PM Harborview Briggs Byers Asaro Sabin Schlabach

Women in SF/F writing Sat 5:00 PM St. Pete 1 G. Finkelstein Hatfield Barber Howdershelt

Genre Radio media Sat 5:00 PM St. Pete 2 Gutierrez

Meanwhile: Day Jobs for Writers (compatible ways to write and put food on the table writing Sat 5:00 PM St. Pete 3 Ewing Joy Jackson Ludwigsen

Costume Contest Line-Up event Sat 7:00 PM Harborview

Costume Contest Seating Begins event Sat 7:30 PM Ballroom

Costume Contest event Sat 8:00 PM Ballroom Caldwell Podolak T. Morris A. Morris/Byers

Introduction to Meditation media Sat 9:00 PM Williams Glick

Necronomi-Prom event Sat 9:30 PM Ballroom Sears Stubkjaer Meredith Hollingsworth

You Don't Have to Be Screwed Up to Be a Writer...But It Helps writing Sat 10:00 PM Williams Joy Hansen Strand Jackson Ludwigsen

SF Name That Tune trivia Sat. 10:00 PM Harborview Harben

Open Filk fan Sat 11:00 PM Harborview Bruns

"So, What Are Your Thoughts on Yaoi?"": yaoi, yuri, hentai, oh my!" anime Sat 11:00 PM Williams Caldwell

Slash Panel fan Sun 12:00 AM Williams

Bad Magic in Fantasy & Horror/Bad Science in SF writing Sun 10:00 AM Harborview Berman Chrissy McCoy C. Jackson Joy Nappier

Soul Food: Stories for Making Spirits Soar culture Sun 10:00 AM St. Pete 1 G. Finkelstein Gittens Byers Barber Ludwigsen

The Future of NASA science Sun 10:00 AM St. Pete 2 Mitchell Berman Caldwell MacDougal

Voice Acting Workshop Acting Sun 10:00 AM St. Pete 2 Breslauer

How to Go from Amateur to Pro:Game Creation gaming Sun 10:00 AM St. Pete 3 Helton LaSanta Chris McCoy Winn

It Was a Dark and Scary Night… writing Sun 11:00 AM Harborview Hansen Van Scoyoc Strand Barber

enre Jumping-Writing in more then one field: Round Two writing Sun 11:00 AM St. Pete 1 Wilber Byers

Fun in Fiction with Quantum Physics writing Sun 11:00 AM St. Pete 3 Asaro MacDougal Caldwell Sabin

Medieval Martial Arts Workshop workshop Sun 12:00 PM Harborview Sharkey

Using Traditional Media in a Digital Age art Sun 12:00 PM St. Pete 1 Vincenti Shea Morrison Helwig Caldwell

Astronomy: Amateurs science Sun 12:00 PM St. Pete 2 MacDougal

"Urban Fantasy, Round Two" writing Sun 12:00 PM St. Pete 3 Briggs Joy Rush Gittens Wilber

Fandom is Making Exceptions: Things We Love for No Good Reason fan Sun 1:00 PM St. Pete 1 Ludwigsen Briggs Byers Wilber Nappier

Exobiology: Why There are No Aliens Here science Sun 1:00 PM St. Pete 2 Herbert

"Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, MySpace…" media Sun 1:00 PM St. Pete 3 Jackson Pinsky Joy Hansen Helton

"self marketing and promotion of art, jewelry, costumes and writing" Misc. Sun 2:00 PM St. Pete 1 Shea Cornett Vincenti Morrison Winn

Exobiology: Why There are No Aliens Here science Sun 2:00 PM St. Pete 2 Herbert

Living in a Virtual World media Sun 2:00 PM St. Pete 3 Helton Chris McCoy Chrissy McCoy Caldwell Shea
 
 
necronomicon_fl
slide show by Ann Morris

costume pictures taken by Mike Darmanin

NEW PICTURES as of 10.15.08
Pictures taken by Ranuel

If you have pictures from the con to share, please send a link to them to raggedyann@stonehill.org and she'll post it here.
 
 
necronomicon_fl
13 October 2008 @ 05:27 pm
slide show by Ann Morris

costume pictures taken by Mike Darmanin

If you have pictures from the con to share, please send a link to them to raggedyann@stonehill.org and she'll post it here.
 
 
necronomicon_fl
29 August 2008 @ 10:53 am
WORKSHOPS:

For Aspiring Authors:
For those who want to improve their writing skills, D.C. Black hosts three hours of writing workshops. Bring your work, your questions and your willingness to learn. There will be one hour each day of the convention.

For Martial Arts Aficionados:
If you’ve always wanted to “get medieval” on someone, why not check out T. Devon Sharkey and Tampa Fechtschule’s combat workshops on Saturday and Sunday at noon. You’ll have two hours of hands-on medieval combat instruction. This is a workshop for joining in rather than sitting on the sidelines. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes with good traction.

For the Creative and Crafty Set:
Artist Rubi Shea, a.k.a. Carol Jeffers, is presenting two workshops for those with a creative bent. She’s hosting a beginning jewelry making workshop on Saturday afternoon and a workshop on learning to be a digital artist without going broke on Sunday.

Teaching Science through Science Fiction:
Guest of honor Julie Czerneda is hosting this workshop for us. She’ll clue you in on innovative ways to teach science concepts to students by using science fiction literature and media. This workshop is open to all convention members. Even if you don’t teach science, you will find Ms. Czerneda’s methods intriguing and entertaining.


SPECIAL EVENTS:

Pajama Party/Scary Stories
Get on your comfy jammies, bring a pillow and a security blanket and join us Friday night at 10 for our Scary Stories Pajama Party. Four authors who know how to scare the bejeezus out of you will read spooky bedtime stories. Authors Jeff Strand, Lynne Hansen, Richard Lee Byers and Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc are your hosts for the late night fun.

Autographings
We'll have autograph sessions with our guests of honor all three days of the convention, so bring your books to be signed. If you are a book dealer and have many books you wish signed, please contact each guest independently to set up a time he or she can autograph for you. The general autograph sessions are for fans to get books personalized to them.

Adult Scavenger Hunt
Friday night, those of you who like games can find a new one on our schedule. Stacy Lung who hosts Movie 1-liners each year is hosting a new game immediately following Movie 1-liners this year. The game is for the over 18 crowd. (Younger players will be allowed as long as parents give their consent to Stacy.) Those who join in will be participating in a scavenger hunt. The game will be played in teams of four and the winning team will win a prize worth $100.

Dr. Morris Explains It All for You
Saturday afternoon at four, come learn about the scientific method from Dr. Kendall F. Morris, lecturer and researcher at the University of South Florida College of Medicine. This is not your grandpa's stuffy, sleep inducing lecture. This one is entertaining as well as thought provoking. You'll come away with new insights and knowledge. If you are a fan of science of science fiction, you don't want to miss this one.

International Space Station Slide Show
Jeff Mitchell, real life rocket scientist, presents this slide show update on the International Space Station Friday night at 9. Jeff promises that those of you who've attended his space station updates in the past have not seen it all. There is a lot of news and new slides to see.
 
 
 
necronomicon_fl
27 August 2008 @ 12:06 pm
NECRONOMICON 2008
October 10-12
Bayfront Hilton, St. Petersburg Florida

Guests of Honor: Frederik Pohl, Julie Czerneda, Rick Wilber

Visit our webpage at http://sontehill.org/necro.htm

SPECIAL EVENTS NEWS as of 08.28.08

NECRONOMI-PROM

If movin' to the groove of some "it's got a good beat--you can dance to it" tunes is your thing, then, the NECRONOMI-PROM is for you. If you didn't get to go to your high school prom, or even if you did, our NECRONOMI-PROM will satisfy your yearning for that one big dance event.

The NECRONOMI-PROM begins immediately after the Saturday night Costume Contest, so stick around after the contest and have a blast.

You can enter our drawing to be crowned King, Queen or Other of the Prom (any sex can be King or Queen or Other--we're open-minded about such things), get your picture taken in front of our Steampunk themed backdrop, and show off your best costume or formal attire. Nobody will be turned away from the Prom for improper attire but costumes (any genre) or formal attire are highly encouraged.

Our D.J.(s) will take requests. If they've got it, they'll play it. You can bring music you like for them to play as well.

This will be the one and only dance at NECRONOMICON this year but it will keep on going as long as there are bodies out there dancing.

Put this on your calendar for Saturday night at NECRONOMICON.

COSTUME EVENTS

Hall Costume Awards

This year, we are going back to the secret judge format for our Hall Costume Awards. Our judges will be looking for outstanding garb on Saturday afternoon and evening. Twelve different judges will hand out one ribbon each to deserving costumers.

Saturday Night Costume Contest

If you want the most people to see your handiwork and the best chance to win a costuming award, you will want to enter our Saturday Night Costume Contest. We have a children's category for those 12 and under and an adult category for those 13 and over or those who wish to be in competition in the adult category no matter what their age. We will give four 1st place ribbons and four 2nd place ribbons and the Millieux Costume Website award and the Bret Hill Memorial Costume Award for excellence in workmanship.

Entry forms and contest guidelines are available on our website through the "Masquerade" link in the "At the Con" section in the menu on the left. Entry forms will also be available at the convention from convention registration.

The deadline for turning in entry forms is 4 p.m. Saturday, October 11. Turn in the forms to convention registration.

If you wish to turn in your forms by e-mail, send them to Ann Morris at raggedyann@stonehill.org
 
 
necronomicon_fl
26 August 2007 @ 01:38 pm
There could be some last minute changes but probably not more than one or two.

Here it is:

EVENT SUBJECT DAY TIME
Best SF You Might Have Missed Our panel recommends some of their favorite SF reads. SF Fri 3:00 PM
How to Build a Story I Writer's workshop, part 1 of 3. Bring ideas, questions. writing Fri 3:00 PM
Choosing the Right Genre for You Not sure where your story ideas fit? Get help from our panel. writing Fri 4:00 PM
"What makes for compelling illustration? How to involve your audience in the creative process. art Fri 4:00 PM
Meet the Guests Q& A GOH Fri 5:00 PM
3rd Annual Cthulhu Memorial Eye Scream Social Come, eat ice cream, visit our "yard sale." event Fri 7:00 PM
Movie One-Liners Trivia game for movie buffs. trivia Fri 9:00 PM
Karaoke You know what this is. Come show off your talents. karaoke Fri 9:00 PM
Fantasy Masquerade Ball Dress as your favorite fantasy character and dance your cares away. dance Fri 9:00 PM
Slash Fiction It's not just Kirk/Spock anymore. (adult themes) fan Fri 11:00 PM
Open Filk Singalong for everyone. filk Sat 12:00 AM
Rocky Horror The traditional late night madness of Rocky. film Sat 11:00 PM
Late Night Dance Didn't dance enough at the fantasy ball? Here's your chance to dance till the wee hours. dance Sat 1:00 AM
Where's My Darn Personal Jet Pack? Why haven't we seen the gadgets SF promised the future (which is now) would bring? science Sat 10:00 AM
American Indian Legends in Horror How is native lore used and is it done well? horror Sat 10:00 AM
Dark Poetry Lines and rhymes to creep you out! writing Sat 10:00 AM
Whose Line Is It? Improvisation game--you know the one. game Sat 10:00 AM
Children's Program Crafts, stories, costuming for kids and their parents. kids Sat 10:00 AM
How Can Science and Religion Coexist? Do science and religion have to be "enemies?" This could be quite lively. science Sat 11:00 AM
Small press publishing: POD, E-Pub, Traditional Pub What benefits do they offer and how are they different from vanity presses? writing Sat 11:00 AM
Best Sword & Sorcery You Might Have Missed Our panel recommends some of their favorite sword & sorcery reads. fantasy Sat 11:00 AM
The Best Horror You've Never Heard Of Our panel recommends some of their favorite horror reads. horror Sat 12:00 PM
The Ins & Outs of E-books for Readers Learn what gadgets and software are out there to make e-books accessible to you. e-pubSat Sat 12:00 PM
Alternative Arts It's not all drawing and painting, you know. Our artists will introduce you to other artistic media. art Sat 12:00 PM
Voice Acting Workshop Professional actor Jeffrey Breslauer's short course in voice acting. workshop Sat 12:00 PM
Hall Costume Parade Show off your duds for our hall costume judges and let the folks at the con get a look at your finery too. costuming Sat 1:00 PM
Living La Vida Loca: the scientist's life science Sat 1:00 PM
How to Make Sure Your Manuscript Gets Rejected Michele Lellouche is back with her TV tidbits. fan Sat 1:00 PM
Crafting Believable Characters Find out how to make your characters "live." writing Sat 1:00 PM
Autographing GOH Sat 2:00 PM
Medieval Martial Arts Join the Tampa Fechtschule folks for a lesson in medieval combat. Be prepared to participate. workshop Sat 2:00 PM
How to Build a Story II Writer's workshop, part 2 of 3. Bring ideas, questions. writing Sat 2:00 PM
How Does the Artist Create a Work That Scares You? " art Sat 2:00 PM
Trivia Annual "Jeopardy" style trivia game. There's some new cool stuff this year. Come see. trivia Sat 2:00 PM
The possibility for true immortality Can medical science hold the grim reaper at bay? science Sat 3:00 PM
Costuming with Shara Smith Master costumer Shara Smith clues you in on how she makes a great costume. costuming Sat 3:00 PM
Just What Is the Scientific Method? You don't just dive into an experiment. Our science guys tell you how research is really approached. science Sat 4:00 PM
Small press publishing: POD, E-Pub, Traditional Pub II What benefits do they offer and how are they different from vanity presses? writing Sat 4:00 PM
Humor in SF & Horror How do you use humor to enhance horror and/or SF? horror Sat 4:00 PM
Plague Knight Presentation Richard Lee Byer's story "The Plague Knight" is being translated to film: media presentation. film Sat 4:00 PM
Global warming, two sides of the coin. What are the 2 sides of the coin and who should you listen to? science Sat 5:00 PM
Most Common Writing Mistakes How to avoid the boo-boos that just about everyone makes. writing Sat 5:00 PM
Alan Clark Reading Guest of Honor Alan Clark shares some of his written work with you. reading Sat 5:00 PM
Masquerade Set-Up costuming Sat 6:00 PM
Masquerade Seating costuming Sat 7:30 PM
Masquerade costuming Sat 8:00 PM
Art Auction art Sat 10:00 PM
SF Name That Tune Music trivia game. trivia Sat 10:00 PM
Anime Dance Meet your fellow anime fans and dance to your favorite J-pop. dance Sat 10:00 PM
Open Filk Singalong for everyone. filk Sat 11:00 PM
Late Night Dance Compete for the crown and then dance the night away. dance Sun 12:00 AM
Crafting Believable Characters Making your characters "live." writing Sun 10:00 AM
What Makes a Story Science Fiction, Not Fantasy? Anne McCaffrey says her dragon books are SF but they read like fantasy--how do you know the difference? SF Sun 10:00 AM
The Joys and Sorrows of Art Illustration Artists tell you about putting someone's written ideas into their visual form. art Sun 10:00 AM
Post Apocolyptic Themes in SF Does the end of life as we know it have to be all doom and gloom? SF Sun 10:00 AM
Where Have All the Conventions Gone? It seems like conventions are drying up and going away. What's causing this and can it be changed? fan Sun 10:00 AM
Ethical versus Non-ethical research It’s not just about stem cells. Learn what the ethical guidelines for research are. science Sun 11:00 AM
Writing the One Damn Thing After Another Story How writers keep the action going and going and going… writing Sun 11:00 AM
Vogon Prose Fans read what they think is the most purple of all prose. This WILL make you laugh. fan Sun 11:00 AM
Whose Line Is It? Improvisation game--you know the one-second chance to join the fun. Game Sun 11:00 AM
Where Has the Sense of Wonder in SF Gone? Why aren't we seeing the stories that made our hearts glad when we were young? SF Sun 11:00 AM
Medieval Martial Arts Tampa Fechschule folks teach you medieval combat. You can and should participate. workshop Sun 12:00 PM
Poisoning the Planet How we are creating our own doomsday scenario. science Sun 12:00 PM
Manuscript Mechanics: What You Need to Know Form does matter. Learning how to get your manuscript into shape. writing Sun 12:00 PM
How to Build a Story III Writer's workshop writing Sun 12:00 PM
Autographing GOH Sun 1:00 PM
Writing Villains Readers Love to Hate How writers make the bad guys look good. writing Sun 1:00 PM
How Artists Look at The World Do artists see things differently than the rest of us? Let's find out. art Sun 1:00 PM
Paranormal Research We have ghost hunters right here in the Tampa Bay area. Find out how they do their stuff. horror Sun 1:00 PM
Can Anyone do Anything New With Vampires and Werewolves? Are there just too many cliché's now to be able to surprise anyone? horror Sun 1:00 PM
Why We Love RPGs Gamers and game writers give you their view. gaming Sun 2:00 PM
The Mystery Story in SF, Horror and Fantasy Everyone loves a whodunnit. How do writers put the mystery into other genres? writing Sun 2:00 PM
Enemy Within Trivia game with at twist--someone is cheating and you have to find out who it is. game Sun 2:00 PM
Danse Macabre Renaissance depictions of death and the paranormal. (adult themes) horror Sun 2:00 PM
Costuming Tips & Tricks; want to make a costume for your next con? Get info from some of our best costumers. costuming Sun 2:00 PM
Open Filk Singalong for everyone. filk Sun 3:00 PM
 
 
necronomicon_fl
03 August 2007 @ 08:50 am
Hi! Ann here.

This is a reminder to make your hotel reservations for NECRONOMICON now. The rooms will not be held much longer. I am not certain of the exact cut-off date but you'll be safe if you register by August 20th, I'm sure. With NECRONOMICON being almost a month earlier this year than last, everything gets pushed up, including the room block hold at the hotel.

If you go to our website and click on the hotel reservations link on the first page, you'll be taken directly to our reservations page and will not need to type in a code to get the convention rate. This is the only way to get the correct rate online. The rate is $133 per night plus tax for 1-4 people.

I know the link works because I made my reservations yesterday!

If you need to volunteer for hours at the con, please click the link on the first page of our website to sign up online. You will have to register and then wait to be approved before being able to sign up. A couple of years ago, there were people volunteering under joke identities and this caused problems for staff who thought they had people to work and did not.

CHECK BACK FOR MORE NEWS--schedule, special events, etc.

Peace,
Ann
 
 
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necronomicon_fl
15 January 2007 @ 01:24 pm
Although there have been no postings here for quite some time, progress has been made.

The Guests of Honor for NECRONOMICON 2007:

Gregory Benford (author)
Alan M. Clark (artist & author)
Owl Goingback (author)

ADDITIONAL AUTHOR GUESTS:
Richard Lee Byers
Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc
Ross Winn
Christopher McCoy
Christina McCoy
E. Rose Sabin
William R. Logan
William Hatfield
Marge Simon (author and artist)
Bruce Boston
Bo Savino

OTHER PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS:

Jeffrey Breslauer (voice actor, actor)

Kendall F. Morris (scientist)
Kendall D. Morris (scientist)

Ed Howdershelt (publisher)

Armand Rosamilia (publisher)

T. Devon Sharkey & Tampa Fechtschule Fencers (Medieval Martial Arts Experts)


Here is the very first schedule draft.

EVENT DAY TIME ROOM
Intro to Fan Fiction fan Fri 3:00 PM Regency 2
Open Filk filk Fri 3:00 PM Regency 3
Choosing the Right Genre writing tech Fri 4:00 PM Regency 2
Open Filk filk Fri 4:00 PM Regency 3
Meet the Guests general Fri 5:00 PM Regency 2
Open Filk Fri 5:00 PM Regency 3
Eye Scream Social event Fri 7:00 PM Regency 4
New on TV fan Fri 8:00 PM Regency 2
Open Filk filk Fri 8:00 PM Regency 3
Eye Scream Social event Fri 8:00 PM Regency 4
Movie One-Liners trivia Fri 9:00 PM Regency 2
Karaoke karaoke Fri 9:00 PM Regency 3
Movie One-Liners trivia Fri 10:00 PM Regency 2
Karaoke karaoke Fri 10:00 PM Regency 3
Nostalgia Dance dance Fri 10:00 PM Regency 5
What Scares You? writing gen Fri 11:00 PM Regency 2
Karaoke karaoke Fri 11:00 PM Regency 3
Nostalgia Dance dance Fri 11:00 PM Regency 5
Slash Fiction fan Fri 12:00 AM Regency 2
Why Do We Love Ghosts? general Fri 12:00 AM Regency 3
Late Night Dance dance Fri 12:00 AM Regency 5
Writing Filk filk Sat 10:00 AM Regency 5
Children's Program kids Sat 10:00 AM Regency 7
Whose Line Is It? game Sat 11:00 AM Regency 6
Children's Program kids Sat 11:00 AM Regency 7
Whose Line Is It? game Sat 12:00 PM Regency 6
Children's Program kids Sat 12:00 PM Regency 7
Hall Costume Parade costuming Sat 1:00 PM Galleria B
Voice Acting Workshop workshop Sat 1:00 PM Regency 6
Children's Program kids Sat 1:00 PM Regency 7
Medieval Martial Arts workshop Sat 2:00 PM Regency 2
Voice Acting Workshop workshop Sat 2:00 PM Regency 6
Children's Program kids Sat 2:00 PM Regency 7
Medieval Martial Arts workshop Sat 3:00 PM Regency 2
Trivia trivia Sat 3:00 PM Regency 6
Children's Program kids Sat 3:00 PM Regency 7
Trivia trivia Sat 4:00 PM Regency 6
Children's Program kids Sat 4:00 PM Regency 7
Alan Clark Reading reading Sat 5:00 PM Regency 6
Masquerade Seating event Sat 7:30 PM Regency 2
Masquerade event Sat 8:00 PM Regency 2
Art Auction art Sat 10:00 PM Regency 2
Good Vs. Evil Fight Show Sat 10:00 PM Regency 5
Art Auction art Sat 11:00 PM Regency 2
Anime Dance Sat 11:00 PM Regency 5
Late Night Dance dance Sun 1:00 AM Regency 5
Whose Line Is It? Game Sun 11:00 AM Regency 6
Medieval Martial Arts workshop Sun 12:00 PM Regency 2
Whose Line Is It? game Sun 12:00 PM Regency 6
Medieval Martial Arts workshop Sun 1:00 PM Regency 2


That's it for now.

Peace.
 
 
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necronomicon_fl
05 November 2006 @ 08:58 am
Hi, Ann here again!

NECRONOMICON 2006 was a big success. Everyone pitched in to make it a great con and to keep it from being marred by hotel damage or unruly behavior.

Thank you to everyone who worked on the con and to everyone who attended and had a fun time. We need those kind souls who help us and we need those who just attend and have a good time. There is no convention if there is no audience:)

We're already thinking about NECRONOMICON 2007. We hope it can be as great as this past NECRONOMICON was.

Again, THANK YOU, EVERYONE!

Peace,
Ann