Kevin Standlee (kevin_standlee) wrote,
Kevin Standlee

Westercon 70 Day 3: Becoming a Guest of Honor

I couldn't say anything about it until they officially announced by distributing their PR 0, but Lisa, Kuma Bear, and I were selected as the Fan Guests of Honor of Westercon 72 in Layton (Salt Lake City) Utah for 2019. We are very honored to have been selected to be Westercon's guests.

Incidentally, if anyone wonders how this interacts with the Utah in 2019 NASFiC bid, especially considering that I've already been FGoH of a NASFiC (2005, SeaTac): As I understand it, the plan, consistent with past Westercon/Worldcons, is for the NASFiC, should Utah win that bid, to have a separate group of Guests of Honor in addition to Westercon's guests.

After lunch, we newly-minted Westercon Guests kitted up and set forth on an expedition under the leadership of Colonel Chinstrap.

Chinstrap & Company

Colonel Chinstrap (late of the Imperial Airship Corps), Lt. Hayes, and Pvt. Bear were pleased to inspect the convention dealers room, and we also contributed some amount toward the funds of certain book dealers, notably Cargo Cult Books.

After a few hours about in costume, we changed back to "civvies" and had an early dinner at My Big Fat Greek Restaurant (which we not only like a lot, but is nearby) before getting ready for Match Game SF.
Tags: costumes, nasfic, westercon

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