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1914   Three Centennials   2014

The Year

1914 was a time of transition, and the 40th World Fantasy Convention will focus on this with our commemoration of the births of the artist Virgil Finlay and the author Robert Aickman, as well as the beginning of World War I .  We welcome you to join us in exploring the many facets, both light and dark, of these forces that shaped the future.

The Honorees

We will also be celebrating our Guests of Honor Les Edwards (also painting as Edward Miller), Guy Gavriel Kay, and Stuart David Schiff, along with Toastmaster Mary Robinette Kowal and very Special Guest Lail Finlay, daughter of Virgil Finlay.

The Venue

Our gathering will take place at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia, and will culminate in a banquet where the World Fantasy Awards will be announced.

Next:  World Fantasy Convention 2015 !

The D.C. crew has passed the torch and sends our good wishes.
For questions about WFC 2015 in Saratoga Springs, you may email

ChairWFC2015@aol.com .

To join, please send a copy of the Registration form and a check, made out to "World Fantasy 2015" by January 31, 2015 for $ 175 for an Attending membership, or $ 50 for a Supporting membership to:

World Fantasy Convention 2015
Joe Berlant, Chairman
P.O. Box 809
Schenectady, NY 12301
USA

The rate will increase after January 31.

Recently

• World Fantasy Award Recipients are listed on the Awards page.

• "Above the Timberline" by Greg Manchess wins Best in Show prize at Art Show Reception.

A Century Ago

Nov 9Battle of Cocos, northeast Indian Ocean. The Australian cruiser Sydney destroys the German cruiser Emden.  Details
Full WWI timeline on the Centennials page

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