Do you love science fiction and fantasy?
Join us at Boskone®, a regional science fiction convention, which features:
- Acclaimed Program featuring over a hundred writers, artists & scientists
- Exciting Art Show and Hucksters Room
- Varied Con Suite, evening events and parties
Boskone 51 Guests Include:
Guest of Honor:
Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant
Hal Clement Science Speaker:
NESFA Press Guest:
Meet an impressive array of well-known figures in the field, including writers, artists, editors, publishers, musicians, scientists, gamers, bloggers, conrunners, reenactors, and fanzine editors. The longest-running SF con in New England, Boskone usually attracts more than 1000 fans and pros for a weekend of panels, readings, kids activities, demonstrations, small-group discussions, filksinging, videos, games and more!
Our innovative no-boundaries layout is designed to stimulate conversation between friends (old and new), and to support a warm, family-friendly, fannish community. Join us as we explore the worlds of the human imagination all served up with a dash of whimsy!
Boskone has a Code of Conduct.
Visit the Boskone 50 website to see what the last Boskone was like, read some of the LiveJournal reviews, or view the Flickr slide show of past Boskones. Follow us online—we’ll be Tweeting from Boskone (hashtag #boskone).
Photos/reports from Boskone 50:
- Helmuth, Speaking for Boskone
- Boskone Blog
- Photos by Michael Nelson & Laurie Mann
- Interview with GoH Vernor Vinge by Jim Frenkel video by Richard Amirault
- The Very Spring and Root, report on some panels
- Darlene’s Digest: How I Spent My Winter Vacation
Boskone is brought to you by the New England Science Fiction Association. NESFA® has frequent meetings and maintains a clubhouse and library in Somerville. Stop by the NESFA Web site for more information—visitors encouraged!
For more information on NESFA and Boskone:
|E-mail us:||firstname.lastname@example.org||Write us:||Boskone 51|
|Phone us:||617-625-2311||PO Box 809|
|Fax us:||617-776-3243||Framingham, MA 01701|
Art by David Palumbo