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TusCon 44 Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Convention

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by Erin Watters (subscribe)
I'm a traveler, writer, student, and teacher, currently living in Constantine, Algeria.
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The best sci-fi convention in Arizona is coming up in Nov
Get ready for a packed weekend of strange and unusual experiences!

Are you a science fiction or fantasy fan? Do you have an interest in space opera or do your tastes lean toward the macabre? Whatever your fancy, TusCon 44 will have something to whet your appetite.

There looks to be a terrific lineup of authors, artists, and film producers to meet. Your days could be a flurry of panel discussions, art viewing, gaming in the game room, anime and film viewing, as well as shopping to your heart's content in a fully stocked vendor room. Bring your costume and attend a Masquerade or join the Star Wars LARP campaign.

There will be art demos, making and taking, writing instruction, and how-to's. Autograph sessions will happen with some of your favourite authors and perhaps you will find some new favourites to enjoy as well. On Saturday, you could learn how to publish your own work and then step into a workshop on how to create hair clips to accent Steampunk attire. If the supernatural draws you, there will be a panel discussion with haunted survivors.

For the gamer in you, there will be late night gaming every night to keep the adventure going well into the wee hours of the day. And if you still have steam come morning, tabletop gaming starts at 8am.

The action starts Friday, November 10th, at 10am, when registration opens and ends when the video room closes on Sunday, November 12th at 7pm.
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Why? A great way to connect with other sci-fi/fantasy/horror enthusiasts
When: November 10-12
Where: Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites in Tucson, Arizona
Cost: $55 adults; $27 children; under 6 free with paid adult
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