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April 5-7, 1996
Program book as a PDF
(25MB), or a lower
quality PDF (2.4MB), or page images:
front cover |
The parts of the Minicon 33 Program Book made available here are
by the Minnesota Science Fiction Society,
Ed Emshwiller, Ken Fletcher and David Dyer-Bennet and are
Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike licenced, except as follows:
Content by Robert Pasternak and Stu Shiffman is © each of them, respectively, all rights reserved, and reproduced here by permission.
Art by Derrick Dasenbrock (pp. 8, 9, 12, 23),
Amy Monte (p. 30),
Brian Tiemann (p. 32), and
Heidi Eckroth (pp. 36, 37) are © each of them.
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[Added 2016-06-20] Here's a video
including images of some of the button badges used in this Minicon era.
Added 2017-07-14: this t-shirt was available in gray and cream. The back was blank.
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