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Corflu 27

Archive Website

Nickname

Corflu Cobalt

Dates

March 19 - 21, 2010

Location

The Winchester Hotel, Winchester, UK

Guest of Honor

Mary Kay Kare

Membership Rate

$75/£50 from 17 Jan 2010

Total Attendance

138 members total: 115 attending, 18 supporting, 2 one-day, and 3 walk-ins.  102 actually attended

T-shirt Art

Harry Bell

Badge Art

Jim Barker

ConCom Members

Rob Jackson, Sandra Bond, Claire Brialey, Graham Charnock, Pat Charnock, John N. Hall, Linda Krawecke, Robert Lichtman (US Agent), Ian Maule, Mike Meara, Mark Plummer (thanks also to Martin Hoare and Peter Sullivan for Tech Ops help with the PA and the Virtual Consuite respectively)

Notes

Only the second Corflu to be held outside North America, this Corflu was also the first to host a transatlantic Corflu Fifty trip (bringing Earl Kemp all the way from Arizona), and sponsored Slow Train to Immortality, a fanthology of British fanwriting since 1995, edited by Claire Brialey, Randy Byers and Mark Plummer. The first Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Ted White.

Badge artwork by Jim Barker

 

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