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Swancon Twenty3 – Wrap Up Report – Extracts

A3 sheet folded down so that each ‘page’ was effectively an A5 page, or on the inside possibly two A4 landscape pages. It was a very forgiving format. All spelling errors faithfully reproduced. Transcribed by Elaine Walker The ‘front’ cover … Continue reading

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Swancon Twenty3 progress reports

There were six, count ’em, six progress reports for Swancon Twenty3. Unfortunately we only have PRs 2 thru 6. PR 2 says “Did you miss out on Progress Report 1? And do you really, really want to own one? Well, … Continue reading

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SwanCon Twenty3 Con book 01: Readme.txt pp4-5

Pages 4 and 5 of the Swancon Twenty3 con book part one (Readme.txt) is the “Rules of the Convention”. Some of these will be quite familiar to regular con-goers; others are a little bit on the, shall we say, unique … Continue reading

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SwanCon Twenty3 Con book 01: Readme.txt pp1-3

SwanCon Twenty3 separated out the various common items of program books into several A5 saddle-stapled booklets. [At this remove, while I remember being part of the decision making, I don’t remember why we did this. -AH]. The general con information … Continue reading

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SwanCon Twenty3: An Assortment

There is a surprising amount of gumph in the SwanCon 23 (or ‘Twenty3’) folder. There are six progress reports, although there should be at least seven – the numbers run 2 through 6, with a wrap up report [ah. nostalgia. … Continue reading

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SWANCON TWENTY3 Progress Report Four – cover & page 2

by Chris Creagh This is an A3 sheet folded into quarters so it looks like an A5 booklet. The front page looks like an “art-ified” street scene. Opening the booklet and the inside page has a “menu” flanked by sketches … Continue reading

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