The SFERA Award jury was my entry into Croatian fandom. I spent more than a decade as president of it, and still love to keep track of who wins and who loses any given year. I think I might have missed only one SFera Formal Assembly on a SFeraKon Saturday in the last 15 years. […]Read More Sfera Awards
I have no idea when I met James Bacon, feels like I have known him for as long as I have been active in international SF fandom. Although I do know I must have met him sometime after I started going to British and US cons and Worldcons, since I do vividly remember being told […]Read More FAMOUS FAN: James Bacon
What does one do when the final program of SFeraKon comes out? One goes to mourn all the things one is scheduled against and swears not to suggest any more programming items in the future ever again. I am done with the mourning for this year, so here is where I have to be. As […]Read More My SFeraKon Schedule
Images of stuff written in notebooks disappearing haunted my dreams while preparing this post. Not kidding. I had a feeling this past month that I was using all my time, all the time, to keep track of where I am and what I am doing. It was exhausting! But I did get a lot done. […]Read More Accountability: April is the Cruelest Month
IRijeka’s Rikon turned 20 a few years back and that was the best con I attended in a long while; I could the goose bumps the entire weekend, and long after. SFeraKon turned 40 last year and one could feel the organizers walking on clouds with excitement. Istrakon turned 20 year and there was none […]Read More Istrakon turns 20!