Eurocon

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Eurocon is an annual science fiction convention held in Europe. The organising committee of each Eurocon is selected by vote of the participants of the previous event. The procedure is coordinated by the European Science Fiction Society. The first Eurocon was held in Trieste, Italy, in 1972. Unlike Worldcons, Eurocon is usually a title attached to an existing convention. The European SF Awards are given in most of the conventions giving recognition to the best works and achievements in science fiction.

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List of Eurocons[edit]

1972: Trieste, Italy[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

  • Artist: Karel Thole (Italy)
  • Specialized Professional Magazine: Nueva Dimensión (Spain)
  • Non-Specialized Professional Magazine: Viata Romaneasca (Romania)
  • Fanzine: Speculations (United Kingdom)
  • Comics: Lone Sloane, by Philippe Druillet (France)

European SF Special Awards[edit]

  • Novel:

Belgium - Sam, Paul Van Herck; France - Ortog et les tenebres, Kurt Steiner; Hungary - A Feladat, Peter Zsoldos; Italy - Autocrisi, Pierfrancesco Prosperi; Netherlands - De naakten en de speyers, Jacob Carossa; Romania - Va cauta untaur, Sergiu Farcasan; Spain - Amor en una Isla Verde, Gabriel Bermudez; Sweden - Deta ar Verkligheten, Bertil Matensson; United Kingdom - All Judgement Fled, James White;

  • Short Story:

Belgium - De 8 jaarlijkse God Eddy C. Bertin; France - L'Assassinat de l'Oiseau Bleu, Daniel Walther; Hungary - Sempiternin, Lajos Mesterhazi; Italy - Dove Muore l'Astragalo, Livio Horrakh; Netherlands - Egeïsche Zee Carl Lans; Romania - Altarul Zeilor Stohastici Adrian Rogoz; Sweden - Spranget, Carl Johan Holzhausen; United Kingdom - Lucifer, Edwin C. Tubb;

  • Dramatic Production:

Denmark - Man Den, Der Tankte Ting (Film); Italy - La Ragazza di Latta (Film); Netherlands - De Kleine Mannetjes van Mars (Radiophonic play for children); Sweden - Deadline (Film); United Kingdom - UFO (TV Serial);

  • Artist:

France - Jean-François Jamoul; Hungary - Andras Miklos Saros; Netherlands - N. van Welzenes; Romania - Nicolae Saftoiu; Spain - Enrique Torres (Enric); Sweden - Sven O. Gripsborn; United Kingdom - Arthur Thompson (Atom);

  • Specialized Professional Magazine: Spain - Galassia
  • Non-Specialized Professional Magazine:

Belgium - Ciso - SF & Comics; France - Le Magazine Litteraire: La Science-Fiction; Italy - Fena rete: Fantascienza & Futuribile; Netherlands - Stripschrift: SF & Comics; Spain - Yorick: Teatro y Ciencia-Ficcion;

  • Fanzine:

Austria - Quarber Merkur; Belgium - Kosmos; France - Nyarlathotep; Hungary - SF Tajekoztato; Italy - Notiziario CCSF; Netherlands - Holland-SF; Romania - Solaris; Spain - Fundacion; Sweden - SF Forum; Turkey - Antares;

  • Comics:

Belgium - Yoko Tsuno, R. Leloup; Netherlands - Arman en Ilva, The Tjong King; Spain - Haxtur, Victor de la Fuente; Sweden - Blixt Gordon, Lars Olsson;

  • Essay, biography, bibliography:

Hungary - A Fantazia Irodalma, Laszlo Urban; Netherlands - 100 jaar SF in Nederland, Dick Scheepstra; Romania - Virsta de Aur a Anticipatiei Romanesti, Ion Hobana; Spain - La SF: Contramitologia del Siglo XX, Carlo Frabetti (Essay); Ray Bradbury-Humanista del Futuro,Jose Luis Garci (Book); Sweden - SF Articles in 'Sydsvenska Dagbladet', Sven Christer Swahn;

1974: Grenoble, France[edit]

1976: Poznań, Poland[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

  • Belgium - Jacques van Herp
  • Bulgaria - Liuben Dilov
  • Denmark - Jannick Storn
  • France - Gerard Klein
  • German Democratic Republic - Gerhardt Brandstner
  • Hungary - Peter Zsoldos
  • Italy - Karel Thole
  • Norway - Peter Harris
  • Poland - Czeslaw Chruszczewski
  • Romania - Vladimir Colin
  • Soviet Union - Eremei Parnov
  • Spain - Miguel Masriera
  • Sweden - Roland Aldenberg
  • United Kingdom - Brain W. Aldiss
  • West Germany - Herbert W. Franke
  • Yugoslavia - Ivan Lalic
  • Netherlands - Bruna Publishing House
  • Belgium - Ides et Autres (anthologies of translations)
  • Czechoslovakia - Interpress Magazin
Special Awards[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Stanisław Lem (Poland)
  • Artistic Achievement: Alexei Leonov (for his cosmic paintings)
  • Special Award from the Jury: Mircea Opriţă (Romania) (special award of the jury)

1978: Brussels, Belgium[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

Science Fiction Awards[edit]
  • Series: Ailleurs et demain Robert Laffont (France)
  • Anthology: Planete socialiste Kesselring (Switzerland)
  • Novel: Les hauteurs beantes Alexandru Zinoviev (Soviet Dissident)
  • Collection: Low-Flying Aircraft James Ballard (United Kingdom)
  • Professional Magazine: Futurs (France)
  • Semi-Professional Magazine: Orbit (Netherlands)
  • Fanzine: Zikkurath (Spain)
  • Essay: Le frontiere dell'ignoto Vittorio Curtoni (Italy)
  • Cycle of Novels: La Saga de los Aznar George H. White (Spain)
  • Artist: Chris Foss (United Kingdom)
  • Comics: Mailis Claude Auclair (France)
  • Film: The Man Who Fell to Earth by Nicolas Roeg (United Kingdom)
  • Play: Sodomaquina Carlo Frabetti (Spain)
  • Translator: Zoran Zivkovic (Yugoslavia)
Fantastic & Fantasy Award[edit]
  • Publisher: Marabout (Belgium)
  • Anthologists: Jacques Goimard & Roland Stragliati (France)
  • Novel: The Forbidden Forest Mircea Eliade (Romania)
  • Collection: Derrière le mur blanc Eddy C. Bertin (Belgium)
  • Professional Magazine: Terzo Occhio (Italy)
  • Semi-Professional Magazine: Cahiers Jean Ray (Belgium)
  • Fanzine: Odyssée (Belgium)
  • Essay: Un nouveau fantastique Jean Pierre Baronian (Belgium)
  • Cycle of Novels: Bob Morane Henri Vernes (Belgium)
  • Artist: Gaston Bogaert (Belgium)
  • Comics: Il dono Roberto Bonadimani (Italy)
  • Film Actor: Paul Naschy (Spain)
  • Playwright: Slawomir Mrozek (Poland)
  • Translator: Roberta Rambelli (Italy)

1980: Stresa, Italy[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

  • Novel: The White Dragon Anne McCaffrey (United Kingdom); Babel Vladimir Colin (Romania)
  • Story: Der Rote Kristallplanet Gerd Maximovic (West Germany); Evadarea lui Algemon Gheorghe Sasarman (Romania)
  • Artist: Franco Storchi (Italy); Roger Dean (United Kingdom)
  • Publisher: Editrice Nord (Italy); Krajowa Wydawnicza (Poland)
  • Fanzine: SF...ere (Italy); Omicron (Romania)
  • Film: Sconti stellari Luigi Cozzi (Italy); Cover coga trebiti ubiti (Yugoslavia)
  • Comics: Rosa di stelle Roberto Bonadimani (Italy); In lumea lui Harap Alb Sandu Florea (Romania)
Special Awards[edit]
  • Author: John Brunner (United Kingdom); Stanlislaw Lem (Poland)
  • Artist: Karel Thole (Italy)
  • Essay: 20.000 pagine alla ricerca di Jules Verne Ion Hobana (Romania); Lovecraft S. Fusco & G. de Turris (Italy)
  • Fan: Waldemar Kumming (West Germany); Andrzej Pruszyński (Poland)
  • Best Artwork Exhibited: Oliviero Berni (Italy)

1982: Mönchengladbach, West Germany[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

  • Author: Arkadi & Boris Strugatski (Soviet Union); Jacques Sadoul (France); John Brunner (United Kingdom)
  • Professional Magazine: Antares (France)
  • Fanzine: Shards of Babel (Netherlands)
  • Publisher: Heyne (West Germany); KAW (Poland)

1983: Ljubljana, Yugoslavia[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

  • Author: Istvan Nemere (Hungary); Christopher Priest (United Kingdom)
  • Professional Magazine: Fantastyka (Poland); Solaris (West Germany)
  • Book: Ljudju, zvezde, vesolja Bajt (Yugoslavia); Zvid Scerbakov (Soviet Union)
  • Fanzine: Shards of Babel (Netherlands); Kvazar (Poland)
  • Publisher: Tehniska Zalozba Slovenije (Yugoslavia); Galaktika (Bulgaria)

1984: Brighton, United Kingdom (SeaCon'84)[edit]

Guests of honour: Christopher Priest, Roger Zelazny, Pierre Barbet, Josef Nesvadba and Waldemar Kumming

European SF Award[edit]

  • Special Award: Science in SF Nicholls, Langford and Stableford (United Kingdom); Centre International pour documentation sur la literature de l'etange (Belgium); Eremei Panov (Soviet Union)
  • Novelist: John Brunner (United Kingdom); Gianluigi Zuddas (Italy); Janusz Zadjel (Poland)
  • Short Story Writer: James Ballard (United Kingdom); A. de Ceglie (Italy); Kiril Buliciov (Soviet Union)
  • Artist: D. Hardy (United Kingdom); G. Festino (Italy); R. Wojitinski (Poland)
  • Publisher: Gollancz (United Kingdom); Fleuve Noir (France); Mir (Soviet Union)
  • Professional Magazine: Foundation (United Kingdom); Fiction (France); Sirius (Yugoslavia)
  • Fanzine: Epsilon (United Kingdom); Andromeda Nachrichten (West Germany); Helion (Romania)
  • Screenwriter: R. Erler (West Germany); Cinghiz Aitmanov (Soviet Union)
  • Film Director: P. Szulkin (Poland); M. Jankovits (Hungary)

1986: Zagreb, Yugoslavia (Ballcon)[edit]

Guest of honour: Sam Lundwall

European SF Award[edit]

  • Special Award: Iskry (Poland); Solfanelli Editore (Italy)
  • Magazine: Urania (Italy); Sirius (Yugoslavia); Fantastika (Poland); Galaktika (Hungary); Jules Verne Magazinet (Sweden); Zapisnk (Czechoslovakia)
  • Fanzine: La Spada Spezzata (Italy); Fikcje (Poland); Ikarie (Czechoslovakia)
  • Publisher: Heyne Verlag (Germany); Gollancz (United Kingdom); Denoël (France); Alfa (Poland); Mora (Hungary); Fanucci (Italy)
  • Editor: Wolfgang Jeschke (Germany); Jacques Sadoul (France); Peter Kuczka (Hungary); Sandro Pergameno (Italy); Adam Hollanek (Poland)
  • Television: Bogdanoff
  • Posthumous: Julia Verlanger; Janusz Zajdel

1987: Montpellier, France[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]
  • Author: Liubomor Nikolov (for the novel Earthform in the Summerwind)
  • Artist: Rumen Urumov
France[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Michel Jeury
  • Collection: Yves Fremion (for collection of stories Reves du sable, chateaux de sang
  • Comic: Pierre Christin & Jean-Claude Mézières (for comics series Valerian)
  • Series: Ailleurs et demain - Edited by Gerard Klein ("Robert Laffont")
German Democratic Republic[edit]
  • Lichtjahr - almanac edited by Eric Simon
Hungary[edit]
  • Author: Miklos Monus (for the novel He and It)
  • Artist: Csaba Jancso (for graphic work)
  • Publisher: Nepszava Publishing House
  • Fanzine: Metamorphozis
Italy[edit]
  • Author: Renato Pestriniero (for the novel Il nido al di la dell'ombra)
  • Series: Cosmo Argento - Edited by Piergiorgio Nicolazzini ("Editrice Nord")
  • Magazine: Dimensione Cosmica
  • Translations: Annarita Guarnieri
Poland[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Wiktor Zwikiewicz
  • Publisher: Iskry Publishing House
  • Fanzine: Feniks
Portugal[edit]
  • Author: João Aniceto (for the novel O desafio)
  • Essay: Alvaro de Sousa Holstein Ferreria & Joao Manuel Morais for their Bibliografia da Ficcão Científica e Fantasia Portuguesa
  • Series: Contacto, edited by Joao Manuel Barreiros (Gradiva)
Romania[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Victor Kembach
  • Author: Cristian Tudor Popescu (for his short stories)
  • Series: Fantastic Club, series ("Albatros")
  • Anticipația almanac published by the magazine Știința și tehnica
  • Fanzine: Paradox
Soviet Union (USSR)[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Arkady & Boris Strugatski
  • Author: Vitali Babenko (for his short stories)
  • TV-Series: Cosmonaut Gherghi Gretchko, for the TV-series Fantastic World
  • Publisher: Detskaia Literatura Publishing House
  • Magazine: Prostor
  • Translation: Maria Ossintseva
Spain[edit]
  • Fanzine: Transito

1988: Budapest, Hungary[edit]

1989: San Marino[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Vessella Lutzkanova
  • Artist: Plamen Avramov
  • Magazine: FEP ("Fantastika, Evristika, Prognostika")
Finland[edit]
  • Author: Karl Nenonen
  • Publisher: Ursa Publishing House
  • Magazine: Portti
Hungary[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Laszlo Lorincze
  • Author: Hugo Preyer (for the novel Galaktikai jatekom)
  • Artist: Ivan Marko
  • Publisher: Vega Publishing House
  • Magazine: Elixir
Italy[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Lino Aldani
  • Lifelong Artistic Achievement: Karel Thole
  • Promoter: Ernesto Vegetti
  • Publisher: Marino Solfanelli Publishing House
  • Magazine: Urania
Poland[edit]
  • Critic: Andrzej Niewiadowski
  • Artist: Dariusz Chojnacki
  • Publisher: Alfa Publishing House
  • The editorial staff of the magazines Fantasyka, MalaFantasyka, Fantasyka Comics
Portugal[edit]
  • Author: Romeu de Melo
  • Publisher: Livros do Brasil (for Argonauta series)
Romania[edit]
  • Lifelong Literary Achievement: Vladimir Colin
  • Artist: Traian Abruda & Cornel Ionicelli
  • Critic: Cornel Robu (for critical edition of Victor Anestin's work)
  • Magazine: Romanian Review (for the issue dedicated to Romanian SF)
  • Fanzine: Helion
Soviet Union (USSR)[edit]
  • Author & Screen Writer: Karen Shahnasarov
  • Publisher: Sovetscaia Rossia Publishing House
Spain[edit]
  • Author: Carlos Cidoncha
  • Fanzine: Berserkr
Yugoslavia[edit]
  • Artist: Igor Kordey
  • Bibliography: Zivko Prodanovich (for his SF Bibliography in Braille)

1990: Fayence, France[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]
  • Best Author: Romulus Barbulescu & George Anania (Romania)
  • Best Artist: Philippe Druillet (France)
  • Best Publisher: Wiktor Bukato (Poland)
  • Best Magazine: Ikarie (Czechoslovakia)
  • Best Promoter: Boris Zavgorodni (USSR)
Encouragement Awards[edit]
  • Czechoslovakia: Martin Zhouf
  • France: Bernard Simonay
  • Hungary: Joszef Nemeth
  • Romania: Mihail Gramescu
  • USSR: Lukin Couple

1991: Kraków, Poland (CraCon/PolCon)[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]
  • Best Author: Stanisław Lem (Poland)
  • Best Artist: Kaja Saudek (Czechoslovakia)
  • Best Publisher: Unwin/Hyman (United Kingdom)
  • Best Magazine: Interzone (United Kingdom)
  • Best Promoter: Kees van Toorn (Netherlands)
Encouragement Awards[edit]
  • Belgium - Johan Desseyn
  • Bulgaria - Val Todorov
  • Czechoslovakia - Vilma Kadleckova
  • Germany - Maria J. Pfamnholz
  • Italy - Daniele Vecchi
  • Lithuania - Evaldas Livthevicius
  • Netherlands - Paul Harland
  • Romania - Alexandru Ungureanu (new writer)
  • United Kingdom - Eric Brown
  • USSR - Andrei Lazarchuk
  • Romania - Tudor Popa (new artist)
Special Achievement Award[edit]
  • Piotr W. Cholewa and Piotr "Raku" Rak - acknowledging their work for international fandom

1992: Freudenstadt, Germany (FreuCon XII)[edit]

Guests of honour: John Brunner, Iain Banks, Norman Spinrad and Daniel Walther

European SF Award[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]
  • Best Author: Arkady & Boris Strugatsky (Russia)
  • Best Artist: Teodor Rotrekl (Czechoslovakia)
  • Best Publisher: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag (Germany)
  • Best Magazine: Foundation (United Kingdom)
  • Best Promoter: Alexandre Hlinka & Vladimir Veverka (Czechoslovakia)
Encouragement Award[edit]
  • Romania - Danut Ungureanu

1993: Saint Helier, Jersey (Helicon)[edit]

Guests of honour: John Brunner, George R. R. Martin, Karel Thole and Larry van der Putte

European SF Award[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]
  • Best Author: Iain Banks (United Kingdom)
  • Best Artist: Jim Burns (United Kingdom)
  • Best Publisher: Phantom Press International (Poland)
  • Best Magazine: Anticipatia (Romania)
  • Best Promoter: Larry van der Putte (Netherlands)
Spirit of Dedication Awards[edit]
  • Best Fanzine: BEM (Spain)
  • Best Work of Art: Gilles Francescano (France)
Encouragement Awards[edit]
  • Belgium: Fons Boelanders
  • France: Jean Pierre Planque
  • Hungary: G. Nagy Pal
  • Italy: Paolo Brera
  • Norway: Cato Sture
  • Poland: Radosław Dylis
  • Russia: Vasily Zvygintsev
  • Slovakia: Josef Zamay
  • Spain: Paco Roca
  • Ukraine: Ludmilla Kozinets
  • United Kingdom: Sue Thomas

1994: Timişoara, Romania[edit]

Guests of honour: John Brunner, Herbert W. Franke, Joe Haldeman, Moebius, Norman Spinrad and Peter Cucska

European SF Award[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]
  • Best Author: Boris Shtern (Ukraine)
  • Best Artist: Dimitre Iankov (Bulgaria)
  • Best Publisher: Nemira (Romania) +
  • Best Magazine: Jurnalul SF (Romania)
  • Best Promoter: Cornel Secu (Romania)
Honorary Award[edit]
  • Ivailo Runev (Bulgaria - post mortem)
Spirit of Dedication Awards[edit]
  • Best Fanzine: The Science Fact & Science Fiction Concatenation (United Kingdom)
  • Best Performance: Adrian Budritzan's Laser Show (Romania)
  • Best Work of Art: Tudor Popa (Romania)
Encouragement Awards[edit]
  • Bulgaria: Christo Poshtakov (new author)
  • Finland: Risto Isomaki (new author)
  • United Kingdom: Jeff Noon (new author)
  • Ukraine: Lev Vershenen (new author)
  • Romania: Tudor Popa (new artist)
Special Prize[edit]
  • Alexandru Mironov (Romania) - for his contribution to EuROCon '94

1995: Glasgow, Scotland (Intersection, the event was also the Worldcon)[edit]

Guests of honour: Samuel R. Delany, Gerry Anderson, Les Edwards and Vin¢ Clarke

European SF Award[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]
  • Best Author: Alain le Bussy (Belgium)
  • Best Artist: Juraj Maxon (Slovakia)
  • Best Publisher: Babel Publications (Netherlands)
  • Best Magazine: Andromeda Nachrichten (Germany)
  • Best Promoter: Jaroslav Olsa (Czech Republic)
Encouragement Award[edit]
  • Sebastian A. Corn (Romania)

1996: Vilnius, Lithuania (Lituanicon)[edit]

European SF Award[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]
  • Best Author: Andrzej Sapkowski (Poland)
  • Best Artist: Denis Martynets (Ukraine)
  • Best Publisher: Eridanas (Lithuania)
  • Best Magazine: Alien Contact (Germany)
  • Best Promoter: Gediminas Beresnevicius (Lithuania)
  • Best Translator: Aleksander Scherbakov (Russia)
Spirit of Dedication Award[edit]
  • Best Fanzine: SF-Journalen (Sweden - ed. Ahrvid Engholm)
Encouragement Awards[edit]
  • Marian & Sergei Diachenko (Ukraine)
  • George Ceausu (Romania)
Special Prize[edit]
  • Igor Shaganov (Ukraine)

1997: Dublin, Ireland (Octocon)[edit]

Guest of honour: Harry Harrison

1999: Dortmund, Germany (Trinity)[edit]

Guests of honour: Terry Pratchett, Harry Harrison, Ian Watson, Roger MacBride Allen and Eric A. Stillwell

2000: Gdańsk, Poland (Tricity 2000)[edit]

2001: Capidava, Romania (Atlantykron)[edit]

Guests of honour: Norman Spinrad, Joe Haldeman, Ion Hobana, and David Lewis Anderson

2002: Chotěboř, Czech Republic (ParCon)[edit]

Guests of honour: George R. R. Martin, Robert Holdstock, Jim Burns, Myra Cakan, Kir Bulychev, Andrzej Sapkowski, Rafał Ziemkiewicz, Ernst Uleck, Isobel Carmody, William King, Jaroslav Velinský, Phillipe Coriat, Ondřej Neff, Klaus N. Frick and Martina Pilcerova

2003: Turku, Finland (Finncon)[edit]

Guests of honour:: Michael Swanwick, Steve Sansweet, Karolina Bjällerstedt Mickos, Boris Hurtta, Jonathan Clements and Björn Tore Sund

2004: Plovdiv, Bulgaria (BulgaCon)[edit]

Guests of honour: Robert Sheckley, Ian Watson, Sergei Lukyanenko, Andrzej Sapkowski, Roberto Quaglia and Patrick Gyger

2005: Glasgow, Scotland[edit]

(Interaction, the event was also the Worldcon). Guests of honour: Greg Pickersgill, Christopher Priest, Robert Sheckley, Lars-Olov Strandberg and Jane Yolen

2006: Kiev, Ukraine (Portal)[edit]

Guests of honour: Harry Harrison and Andrzej Sapkowski

2007: Copenhagen, Denmark[edit]

Guests of honour: Anne McCaffrey, Stephen Baxter, Zoran Živković, David A. Hardy, Niels Dalgaard

2008: Moscow, Russia (Roscon / Interpresscon)[edit]

Guests of honour: Harry Harrison, Sergei Lukyanenko

2009: Fiuggi, Italy (Deepcon 10)[edit]

Guests of honour: Marina Sirtis, Ian Watson

2010: Cieszyn, Poland and Český Těšín, Czech Republic (PolCon/ParCon)[edit]

(Event was organized jointly by Czech, Polish and Slovak fandoms. Guests of Honour were Juraj Cervenak (Slovakia), Andrzej Sapkowski (Poland), Miroslav Zamboch (Czech Rep.) and Orson Scott Card (USA).)

2011: Stockholm, Sweden[edit]

(The event was also the Swecon) Guests of honour, Elizabeth Bear, Ian McDonald, John-Henri Holmberg, Jukka Halme

2012: Zagreb, Croatia (SFeraKon)[edit]

Guests of honour: Tim Powers, Charles Stross, Dmitry Glukhovsky, Darko Macan, Cheryl Morgan. Ghosts of Honour: Joanna Russ, Andre Norton.

Hall of Fame

Spirit of Dedication Award

Honorary Award: Jean Giraud aka Moebius (France)

Honorary Award European Grand Master: Brian Aldiss (UK)

Encouragement Awards:

2013: Kiev, Ukraine[edit]

2014: Dublin, Ireland[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • 1985: There is info that 1985 Eurocon had to be held in Riga, Latvia (USSR at the time) but was canceled.
  • 1992: Was to have been Zagreb but war in Croatia required a change of venue.
  • 1998: There was no Eurocon this year, although there was a Euroconference in Croatia.

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See also[edit]