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7-9 October 2016

Capclave 2016 proudly announces our Guests of Honor:
Sarah Beth Durst  [Schedule]
Tim Powers  [Schedule]

Location: Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg,
620 Perry Parkway, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877

Sponsored by the Washington Science Fiction Association

This year's pricing schedule:
August 1st - Sep 30th 2016: $60

At the Door:
   Full Weekend $65 ($30 for Student and Active Military)
   Friday Only $25
   Saturday Only $45 ($20 for Student and Active Military)
   Sunday Only $20

A special rate of $30 for the full weekend, and $20 for Saturday only, is available for Active Military, dependents of Active Military, and Students. You must show valid ID at the registration desk at Capclave to validate this rate. Failure to have a valid ID will require you to pay the At-The-Door rate. So, please, remember to bring your ID.

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Capclave is a small relaxed literary convention with a program that usually focuses on the short fiction form. Our Guests of Honor and other notable authors, editors, artists, and fans of the short fiction form will explore the creation and enjoyment of short fantasy and science fiction genre stories.

Past Capclaves have hosted discussions with authors and fans; readings by authors; a dealer's room with books, magazines, artwork, crafts, and other science fiction and fantasy related items; exhibits by artists; space science presentations from NASA; a hospitality suite; room parties; interesting conversations with other fans and professionals; and a relaxed atmosphere for visiting old friends and meeting new friends.

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