The website for Eurocon 2011 has been transferred to this site. It is now only in English but material from the Swedish pages has been added. Some links may not work any longer, and som less relevant comments have not been transferred.
Souvenir Book & The Wisent
The convention souvenir book was given to all participants. If you’ve lost yours, or wasn’t there, you can download this fantastic book, created by Anna Davour and Johan Anglemark, in pdf format.
And here’s the Programme Guide Book
Did you miss the convention newsletter? Here you can download all three issues of The Wisent, so craftily produced by Linnéa and her crew, every day of Eurocon 2011.
Images and reactions
We have collected all the links we have been able to find to images, blogs, articles and comments about Eurocon 2011.
Official body count: 746 from 33 countries.
If you’re still in Stockholm and want to hang on to the Eurocon feeling, why not come to the traditional Stockholm fandom pub meeting, which is held the third tuesday every month at Monks (Sveavägen 39, the same place as the warm-up pub).
Next time October 16, 2012!
(This goes on, see SFSF)
Eurocon 2011 is over
Unfortunately, the convention is already over. But to help you overcome your PCS we will update these pages with official visitor figures and a lot of other information – as soon as the webmaster has had a week or two of sleep.
The programme is now more or less final. As always subject to last minute changes due to unforeseen circumstances, though. Keep an eye on the convention notice board or here on the web.
Note that the programme is in Google Calendar, dead easy to add items to your personal Google Cal if you have one!
Eurocon 2011 is also Swecon 2011!
Eurocon 2011 has been voted Swedish National Science Fiction Convention, Swecon, for 2011.
Fan Guest of Honour at Eurocon 2011 will be Jukka Halme, of great renown in Finnish fandom.