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Current Corflu
Berkeley • 1984
Napa • 1985
Tysons Corner • 1986
Cincinnati • 1987
Seattle • 1988
Minneapolis • 1989
New York • 1990
El Paso • 1991
L.A. • 1992
Madison • 1993
Crystal City • 1994
Las Vegas • 1995
Nashville • 1996
Walnut Creek • 1997
Leeds • 1998
Panama City • 1999
Seattle • 2000
Boston • 2001
Annapolis • 2002
Madison • 2003
Las Vegas • 2004
San Francisco • 2005
Toronto • 2006
Austin • 2007
Las Vegas • 2008
Seattle • 2009
Winchester • 2010
Sunnyvale • 2011
Las Vegas • 2012
Portland • 2013
Richmond • 2014
Newcastle • 2015
Chicago • 2016

Recent Updates:Previous Corflu pages have been archived for fannish posterity.

Our Logo: The Corflu.org logo is by Jeanne Gomoll, long-time fan and owner of Union Street Design.

About this site: The Corflu convention is a gathering of the fanzine fan community. Fans have been keeping in touch in writing for decades—fanzines, magazine letter columns, electronic media.... But there has always been a need for fans who only know each other as a signature to meet in person... once upon a time these were the world cons! Since 1984, Corflu has offered a “home” for fanzine fans to put names to faces and exclaim things like “Oh, so you're...!” Even though entirely different committees have offered the con in more than a dozen states and on two continents, Corflu continues.

This website hopes to be a helpful resource for past attendees who just can't remember who the guest of honor was in Nashville... a place for someone to say, “I've got these old pictures from Minneapolis, maybe people want to see them,” ... a spot to settle that argument about just who did the T-shirt art in Seattle 2000. It’s a work in progress. I hope to get permission from fan authors and fan artists to reprint con reports, program books, and t-shirt art. So if you have Corflu history information that you think belongs on this site, please contact me at webmaster(AT)corflu.org, making the usual change to the address.

Page created by Tracy Benton, now managed by Bill Burns

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