Lunacon 12

Lunacon 12 was held April 11-14, 1969 at the Hotel McAlpin in Manhattan in meeting rooms on the 24th floor (away fromt he tourists). The GoH was Robert A. W. Lowndes.

Attendance was 585 (the largest regional of the time) and the chairman was Ted White.

Lowndes' speech was on the effectiveness of fans in influencing the SF field and his advice boiled down to: write letters to the magazines, and vote for the Hugos. He also entertained the audience by reading what Charlie Brown in Locus referred to as "some great excerpts from awful stories." Other events included

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