Potlatch 17: Feb. 29 - March 2, 2008

Potlatch History Page

Previous Potlatches

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ConventionDatesHotelPlaceChair(s)Book of Honor
Potlatch 1Feb. 14-16, 1992University Plaza HotelSeattle, WAKate Schaefer 
Potlatch 2Feb. 26-28, 1993Hotel ShattuckBerkeley, CATom WhitmoreFrankenstein by Mary Shelley
Potlatch 3Feb. 11-14, 1994University Plaza HotelSeattle, WAJane Hawkins 
Potlatch 4Feb. 10-12, 1995Waterfront Plaza HotelOakland, CADeb NotkinThe Only Neat Thing to Do by James Tiptree, Jr.
Potlatch 5Feb. 2-4, 1996Imperial HotelPortland, ORDavid LevineThe Lathe of Heaven video
Potlatch 6Feb. 28-Mar 2, 1997University Plaza HotelSeattle, WALuke McGuff 
Potlatch 7Jan. 16-18, 1998Jack London InnOakland, CAGuy ThomasWar of the Worlds by H.G. Wells
Potlatch 8Jan. 22-24,1999Doubletree Inn GatewaySpringfield, ORLynn Adams 
Potlatch 9Feb. 25-27, 2000University Plaza HotelSeattle, WAIan K. HagemannCorflatch
Potlatch 10Feb. 23-25, 2001Ramada Plaza Hotel InternationalSan Francisco, CAJanet Lafler, Guy ThomasThunder and Roses by Theodore Sturgeon
Potlatch 11Feb. 22-24, 2002The Best Western Executive InnSeattle, WAKate Schaefer, Jane Hawkins 
Potlatch 12Feb. 21-23, 2003Ramada Plaza Hotel InternationalSan Francisco, CAKaren SchafferThe Rediscovery of Man by Cordwainer Smith
Potlatch 13Feb. 27-29, 2004The Best Western Executive InnSeattle, WALuke McGuffThe Shockwave Rider by John Brunner
Potlatch 14Mar. 4-6, 2005Ramada Plaza Hotel InternationalSan Francisco, CASteven Schwartz, Janet LaflerA Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick
Potlatch 15Feb. 24-26, 2006The Best Western Executive InnSeattle, WAUlrika O'BrienThe Avram Davidson Treasury
Potlatch 16Mar. 9-11, 2007Red Lion Convention CenterPortland ORRuth SachterDimensions of Sheckley: The Selected Novels of Robert Sheckley, edited by Sharon L. Sbarsky and Mike Resnick
Potlatch 17Feb. 29 - March 2, 2008Hotel DecaSeattle, WAKate SchaeferParable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler

Potlatch Con Reports

Literary Links

Reading, talking about, and writing science fiction is what Potlatch is all about. For the last several years we've been transcribing the panel proceedings for members and interested bystanders. If you'd like to catch up on the conversations that went down at previous Potlatches, check out some of the links below.