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Readercon 18 (In Process)
Review by Ernest Lilley
Readercon  ISBN/ITEM#: 0707RC18
Date: 24 April 2007

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I had a great time at Readercon...in fact it was possibly the high point of my month, the remainder of which was spent moving from Norfolk, VA back to Alexandria, VA. Imagine all your books. Imagine putting them in boxes and moving them. So it took a little while to get the Readercon photos up, and it will take a bit longer to get them tagged. Feel free to help out with comments on the Flickr page. - Ernest

From official release/information:

Readercon is, depending on your point of view, either an annual literary conference (except it's infinitely more fun than that) or an annual science fiction convention (except we've stripped away virtually everything except talking about and buying books). In the course of its twenty years, it has become the standard bearer and role model for conventions that focus on the literature. A typical Readercon features well over 100 writers, editors, and critics (attracting prominent figures from Canada, the U.K., and occasionally even Australia) and more than 400 of their readers. Readercon is the only small convention regularly attended by such giants of literary sf as Samuel R. Delany, John Crowley, Barry N. Malzberg, and Jonathan Lethem.

Readercon 18

July 5-8, 2007
Burlington Mariott, Burlington, Massachusetts.
Guest of Honor: Lucius Shepard & Karen Joy Fowler
Memorial Guest of Honor: Angela Carter
Registration: $40 from March 1 to June 15, 2007.

(Source: Readercon)

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