Pictures from Corflu 28, the fanzine fan's convention, held Feb. 11-13 in Sunnyvale, CA. Read Marty Cantor's report on the convention to find out what happened. There was a panel on the history of the Berkeley fan group "Little Men," but I don't have any photos of that as I was on it, and did a slide show.
Carrie Root delivers GoH speech: slide show from her tour of western national parks after Las Vegas Corflu, enjoyed by both her and Andy, even though Andy was temporarily all but blind by an eye problem.
Bill Burns receives Faan Award for creating and running efanzines.com
Art Widner wins Special Lifetime Achievement Faan Award, brass plate fashioned after hoax "Drake's Plate."
Chair Garcia receives Nova Award for his part in co-edited fanzine.
Ted White, giving history data.
Chair and lectern are just good friends.
Fans watch fixatedly.
Required breakfast buffet banquet. Many people.
Radio Play, written by Andy Hooper and performed by cast of dozens. Eighteen years of Chicago Worldcons.
Dave Hicks talks about his history of fan art (as illustrated above him).
Central lobby of the Domain Hotel, well set up for small conventions, and the site of upcoming Potlatch 20.
Consuite hectic with activity. How many of these famous persons can you name? Hint: Some of them are from very far away.
John D. Berry watches indifferently as Chris Garcia and Randy Byers perform magical data transference.
Exemplar fanzines cover the bed in the back room of the consuite. Familiar figures are seen.
Chris and some weird red thing cause Carrie to break into gales of laughter.