1. A Paper Size

A paper size (8 1/2" × 13 1/2").

2. A fanzine by John D. Berry.

A fanzine published from the late 60s to the late 70s by John D. Berry.

3. Foolscap Seattle-area convention.

Foolscap is a fairly sercon Seattle-area convention.

"Foolscap is a small weekend conference where readers, writers, visual artists, and other people who love science fiction and fantasy meet, learn, talk to each other, and have a great time together."

The convention website is

Convention Dates GoHs Notes
Foolscap I June 11-13, 1999 Octavia Butler & Paul Chadwick
Foolscap II June 9-11, 2000 Frederik Pohl & Ginjer Buchanan
Foolscap III Sept 28-30, 2002 Robin Hobb, Phil Foglio & Kaja Foglio
Foolscap IV Sept 27-29, 2002 Barbara Hambly & Rick Berry
Foolscap V 2003 Sergio Aragones & Greg Bear
Foolscap VI 2004 George R. R. Martin & Raven Mimura
Foolscap VII 2005 Harlan Ellison, Mike Krahulik & Jerry Holkins
Foolscap VIII 2006 C. J. Cherryh & Mark Ferrari
Foolscap IX 2007 Charles de Lint & Charles Vess
Foolscap 10 2008 Esther Friesner & Michael Kaluta
Foolscap 11 2009 Peter David & Jeff Sturgeon
Foolscap 12 2010 Emma Bull, Will Shetterly;, Cory Ench & Catska Ench
Foolscap 13 2011 Ted Chiang & Jim Woodring
Foolscap 14 September 21-23, 2012 Joe Haldeman, Gay Haldeman, Frank Cirocco & Lela Dowling
Foolscap 15 February 1-3, 2013 Nancy Pearl Held in conjunction with Potlatch 22
Foolscap 16 January 32-February 2, 2014 Brooks Peck, Leonard Richardson Redmond Marriott Town center in Redmond, WA
Foolscap 17 January 30-February 1, 2015 Redmond Marriott Town center in Redmond, WA
Foolscap 18 February 5-6, 2016 Hilton Seattle Airport
Foolscap 19 February 3-5, 2017 Patricia Briggs Hilton Seattle Airport

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