Agents, and a correction

MEDIA RELEASE 2014-2

Sasquan, the 73rd World Science Fiction Convention
19-23 August 2015 at Spokane WA USA
http://sasquan.org

Sasquan announces appointment of international agents

Spokane, 9 August 2014

Sasquan is pleased to announce the appointment of three international agents who will help to represent Sasquan at many conventions throughout the world.

Alan Stewart, of Australia, will be Sasquan’s agent for conventions in Australia and New Zealand. Tamie Inoue of Japan will be Sasquan’s agent for Asia and Japan. Paul Dormer of the United Kingdom will be Sasquan’s agent for Europe.

Sasquan would be glad to hear from people who would like to be agents for Africa, South America, or other regions.

All of the agents for Sasquan may be reached by emailing agents@sasquan.org. The appropriate agent will respond to your question.

Full details of how to become a member of Sasquan are available at
https://sasquan.swoc.us/sasquan/reg.php


CORRECTION TO PREVIOUS MEDIA RELEASE:

The new rate for converting a YA membership from Supporting to Attending in the previous media release was incorrect. It was given as $95. The correct amount is $55. The amount on the website is correct. We apologize for the error.


ENDS

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Founded in 1939, the World Science Fiction Convention is one of the
largest international gatherings of authors, artists, editors,
publishers, and fans of science fiction and fantasy. The annual Hugo
Awards, the leading award for excellence in the fields of science
fiction and fantasy, are voted on by the Worldcon membership and
presented during the convention.

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