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1 Berkeley • 1984
2 Napa • 1985
3 Tysons Corner • 1986
4 Cincinnati • 1987
5 Seattle • 1988
6 Minneapolis • 1989
7 New York • 1990
8 El Paso • 1991
9 L.A. • 1992
10 Madison • 1993
11 Crystal City • 1994
12 Las Vegas • 1995
13 Nashville • 1996
14 Walnut Creek • 1997
15 Leeds • 1998
16 Panama City • 1999
17 Seattle • 2000
18 Boston • 2001
19 Annapolis • 2002
20 Madison • 2003
21 Las Vegas • 2004
22 San Francisco • 2005
23 Toronto • 2006
24 Austin • 2007
25 Las Vegas • 2008
26 Seattle • 2009
27 Winchester • 2010
28 Sunnyvale • 2011
29 Las Vegas • 2012
30 Portland • 2013
31 Richmond • 2014
32 Newcastle • 2015
33 Chicago • 2016
34 Woodland Hills • 2017
35 Toronto • 2018
36 Rockville • 2019
37 College Station • 2020
38 Bristol • 2021

Recent Updates:Previous Corflu pages have been archived for fannish posterity.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, a Canadian province, 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.

The Corflu 1 archive page has scans of the convention publications, courtesy of Andy Hooper.

Page created by Tracy Benton, now managed by Bill Burns

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