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Off-line Contact Information:

Miscon
P.O. Box 7721
Missoula, MT 59807
(406) 544-7083



Membership Rates:

  • $20 through December 31, 2005
  • $25 through April 31, 2006
  • $30 after May 1, 2006


Webmaster Contact:

webmaster@miscon.org

MisCon 20 Guest Links Jerry Oltion, Frank Wu, Dragon Dronet, Chuck Bordell, Patty Briggs, C. J. Cherryh, Jane Fancher, James Glass

www.sfnorthwest.org

Northwest Science Fiction Resources:

www.norwescon.org

Annual Northwest Regional Convention (SeaTac, WA)

www.radcon.org

RadCon (Pasco, WA)

www.fandemonium.org

 

www.missoulagamers.org

 

www.nwgamers.org

NW Gamers

www.gamersnorth.com

GamersNorth: Online Gaming Resource and Gamer Directory

www.sfsite.com

"The Home Page for Science Fiction and Fantasy"

www.sfcrowsnest.co.uk

SFCrowsnest SF/F Magazine

www.critters.org

Critters is an on-line workshop/critique group for serious writers of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. You get your work critiqued in exchange for critiquing the work of others, both of which are invaluable ways to improve your writing. It's run by Dr. Andrew Burt, currently vice-president of SFWA, and his army of software minions.

www.anotherealm.com/prededitors

A guide to publishers and writing services for serious writers!

www.commoncontent.org

Common Content is a catalog of content, a repository of information about works made available under licenses from the Creative Commons project, or in the Public Domain. For more information on the how's of Common Content, check out our How It Works page.

www.scificonventions.com

 

www.utilikilts.com

utilikilts.comOutfit your Security team.

SouthWest Montana Role-Playing Calendar

This calendar was created with several purposes in mind. The first was to provide a means of sending automated reminders to forgetful players, so that attendance would be more reliable at game sessions. Another purpose was to recruit new players to existing games, especially when players had to leave the game or move away. The calendar is also useful in finding out about other games or campaigns in the area, and which may be interesting to join. The calendar also provides a log or journal of sessions and happenings in the campaign, so that players that miss a session can catch up before the next session.

www.realmsofavalon.org

realmsofavalon.orgrealmsofavalon.org The Realms of Avalon, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to learning and teaching the many cultures, skills, and activities of the years 500 - 1603. Avalon has two goals: 1) Creating and maintaining a structure for people to engage in historical Re-Enactment; 2) Engaging in Educational Outreach, both by creating community events and by using technology to make infomation available.