Chair: Carl Fink
Vice-Chair: Heather Luttenberger
Programming: Heather Luttenberger
Media: Jeanette Stauffiger
Science and Technology: Mike Nolan
Authors: Jeanette Stauffiger
Anime: Heather Luttenberger
Gaming: Michael Frost
Children’s Programming: Stephanie Gangone
Operations: Lee Wilbur
Audio-Visual Equipment & Logistics: David Goldstein
Information Desk: Sara Dorchak
Dealers: Ernest Layug
Hotel Liaison: Amanda Cornwell
Volunteers: Jim Urquhart
Con Parties: Michael Nolan
Fan Tables: Michael Nolan
Registration: Kimberly McGovern
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When can those offering programming expect to be contacted by the staff?
Hi Erik! Expect to get a reply from firstname.lastname@example.org this week. We are currently putting together a form to be submitted for programming. If you have not done so already, please scroll over the Volunteer link at the top of li-con.org’s homepage, and click on Program Participation Volunteer. Fill out the form and submit it to us!
Many thanks to all the hardworking staff of LI-CON. We had a great time!
I’m not sure how Icon will be called this year’ I just like to know is being held in stony brook this march as well or is this LI-con 1 is the only event this august, if it is than I might not be able to attend that event this year.
I-CON will not be held this year. We are the company that used to organize I-CON and plans to do so in the future, but currently we have no actual date set for I-CON 32. LI-CON is another, separate convention put on by some of the same people as I-CON. It’s smaller, has less of a media focus, and it has a different feel because it’s all held in one building, not spread out over a college campus.
If you’d like to see I-CON return, one thing you can do is be a member of LI-CON. We need to raise money and “momentum” so that we can get the bigger show started up again.
President, ICON Science Fiction