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HexaCon

Overview

HexaCon was a tabletop and computer gaming convention that was run by CASFS (the Central Arizona Speculative Fiction Society).

History

# Date Location Chair Guests Book Notes
1 1991
Mar
Howard Johnson's Caravan Inn
Phoenix
Robert Osman
2 1992
13 Mar
15 Mar
Celebrity Hotel
Phoenix
Mark Boniece Tracy Hickman
Tom Dowd
Alan Emrich
Michael R. Stackpole
Dr. Christopher Cummins
3 1993
18 Jun
20 Jun
Camelview Resort
Scottsdale
Don Harrington Larry Bond
Lori Ann Cole
Corey Cole
Liz Danforth
Scott Haring
Mark O'Green
Tim Olsen
Bob Ridolfi
Ken St. Andre
Michael R. Stackpole

50 MB
4 1994
17 Jun
19 Jun
Mesa Sheraton
Mesa
Ken Lemons Bryan Nystul
Peter Adkison

42 MB
5 1995 Bill Scott
6 1996
12 Jul
14 Jul
ASU Memorial Union
Tempe
Don Harrington Dave Williams
Steve Long

17 MB
7 1997
11 Jul
13 Jul
ASU Memorial Union
Tempe
Jerry Edwards
3 MB
8 1998
10 Jul
12 Jul
Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort
Scottsdale
Robert Osman Derek Pearcy
Decision Games, Inc.
Wally Sanville
9 1999
9 Jul
11 Jul
Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort
Scottsdale
Mark Boniece Derek Pearcy
10 2000
14 Jul
16 Jul
Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort
Scottsdale
Craig Dyer Steve Jackson
11 2001
27 Jul
29 Jul
Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort
Scottsdale
Mark Boniece Jay Tummelson
12 2002
26 Jul
28 Jul
Embassy Suites Phoenix North
Phoenix
Craig Dyer
13 2003
24 Jul
27 Jul
Embassy Suites Phoenix North
Phoenix
Mark Boniece
14 2004
29 Jul
1 Aug
Tempe Mission Palms
Tempe
Joanne Dimenstein
15 2005
5 Aug
7 Aug
Tempe Mission Palms
Tempe
Rick Andrews
16 2006
13 Oct
15 Oct
Embassy Suites Phoenix North
Phoenix
Gary Swaty
17 2007 Wally Sanville 1
18 2008 Mark Boniece 2
19 2009 Shane Bryner 3

Notes

  1. HexaCon 17 was cancelled.
  2. HexaCon 18 was cancelled.
  3. HexaCon 19 was cancelled.

Other Documents

HexaCon 3

Schedule (22 MB)
Animation Room Schedule (5 MB)
Demographics and Satisfaction Survey (2 MB)

HexaCon 4

Signs (5 MB)

Older Program Book Covers


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