The 2019 Ring of Fire series minicon will be hosted by Westercon in
Layton, Utah (just north of Salt Lake City). The dates are July 4-7.
Here’s their URL:
And here’s the press release they just issued:
Announced 2:00 pm Utah Time – League of Utah Writers Spring Conference
Time & Location: Apr 14, 2018 at 10:30am – 6:00pm
Salt Lake Community College Student Ctr, 4600 South Redwood Road, SLC,
UT 84123, USA About The Event: The annual Spring Conference presented by
League of Utah Writers includes a full day of workshops and
presentations focused on improving your skills as a writer.
2018 Spring Conference Schedule
9:00 – 10:30 Registration / Check-in
10:30 – 11:00 Opening Kick-off – all attendees
11:00 – 2:00Â Â Â Morning sessions
2:00 – 3:00Â Â Â Break for lunch Utah Horror Writers Announcement and
3:00 – 6:00 Afternoon sessions
Westercon 72 is pleased to announce Eric Flint as a Special Guest.
Eric Flint’s writing career began with the science fiction novel Mother
of Demons. His alternate history novel 1632 has led to a long-running
series with over thirty novels and anthologies in print. He’s also
written many other science fiction and fantasy novels. He resides in
northwest Indiana with his wife Lucille.
Along with Mr. Flint, we are also pleased to announce the 2019 1632
Minicon will be held in conjunction with Westercon 72. The minicon is
the annual event that allows the 1632 fans and authors to get together.
(Of course, in the case of 1632, fans and authors overlap
substantially.) Each year the minicon is held “inside” a science fiction
convention in a different part of the country. Many cons have agreed to
host the minicon over the years. (Wording courtesy of
Thank you for your time.
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