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Atlanta NASFiC in '95 - A bid to hold the 1995 NASFiC (necessitated by the selection of Intersection in Glasgow, Scotland as the 1995 Worldcon) as a part of Dragoncon. It was run by Ed Kramer. Many people thought this was a...
New York NASFiC in '95 - A bid for the 1995 NASFiC (announced after UK in '95 had been confirmed as winning the Worldcon race) by Brian Burley on behalf of the Gotham Organization with Thom Anderson as chairman. It did not...
Detroit in '85 - A bid to run the 1985 Nasfic (opposite Aussiecon 2) as Detention II in a single hotel in Detroit, MI or Dearborn, MI. (For a time, the committee debated as to whether it was a Detroit bid of a ...
Austin in '85 - A bid to run the 1985 Nasfic (opposite Aussiecon 2) in Austin, TX. The bid was chaired by Willie Siros. It beat rival bidders Detroit in '85 and Columbus in '85 in voting held at Constellation. See...
Capacon - The planned name for the 1960 Worldcon if it had been won by the Washington in '60 bid.
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Australian NASFiCs - After the strange origin of the Australia in 2010 Worldcon bid, chaired by Melbourne fan Stephen Boucher, two competing NASFiC hoax bids sprung up. One, announced by Australian fan Bruce Gillespie,...
CONTRAception - A almost too successful bid for the 1976 Westercon. The winner was a group from LA which ran Westercon 29. This is a bid page. Please extend it by adding information about who was bidding,...
Phoenix in '88 - A bid for the 1988 Westercon. It opposition was Portland in '88. Phoenix won and went on to run Westercon 41. See 1988 Westercon site selection results. This is a bid page. Please extend it by...
Raleigh NASFiC 2010 - A bid to host a NASFiC on August 5-8, 2010 in Raleigh, NC. It was co-chaired by Warren Buff and Michael Pederson. It was sponsored by the Southern Alliance of Fandom Enthusiasts. It won and ran...
Detroit in 2014 - A bid to host a 2014 NASFiC in Detroit, MI. It is chaired by Tammy Coxen. The bid won the right to host the 2014 NASFiC at LoneStarCon 3 Opposition: Phoenix in 2014. See 2014 Nasfic Site Selection...
Phoenix in 2014 - A bid to host a 2014 Nasfic in Tempe, AZ. It is sponsored by Leprecon, Inc and chaired by Mike Willmoth. Opposition: Detroit in 2014. See 2014 Nasfic Site Selection results for details. This is a...
Sydney in 95 - A bid to hold the 1995 Worldcon in Sydney, NSW, Australia. An advertisement for this bid is included in the Convention Programme Book for Danse Macabre. There is also an ad for this bid in the conbook...
Wigwam Village - The Legend of Wigwam Village by Patrick Molloy One of the strangest and most retold tales to come out of Kentucky Fandom is the Wigwam Village in '86 DeepSouthCon bid. The whole thing was the...
Louisville in '79 - A winning bid for the 1979 NASFIC, NorthAmericon '79. Members of the bid committee included Ken Moore. See 1979 Nasfic Site Selection results. If you know something that can add to this page,...
Olive Country - A hoax bid for Westercon 66 which turned real. See Westercon 66 for details. This is a bid page. Please extend it by adding information about who was bidding, officers, committee list, what they...
Outlanders -
Bid party - An open convention party sponsored by fans who are bidding against each other for the right to host a future convention. The idea is to promote good will (and possibly secure votes) for their bid....
Hoax bid - A bid for a convention, like a Worldcon, which is done for the fun of it (sometimes as an excuse to throw bid parties) and with no intention of winning, such as the first, NWT in '53, or Highmore in...
Outlander Society - The Outlanders (a.k.a. the Outlander Society or OS) was a former Los Angeles-area fan club for members of LASFS who lived in the outlands of Los Angeles, and thus found it difficult to make it to...

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