British National Science Fiction Convention
1-4 April 1994, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool
GoHs: Barbara Hambly, Neil Gaiman, Diane Duane, Peter Morwood
Deadlines are little cowards: they never travel singly. --- Neil Gaiman, GoH speech
My second con at the Adelphi Hotel, which remains a magnificent building, but was much easier to find the second time.
Some of the more extreme examples of science gong off the rails: N-rays R Us.
Social and political concerns misapplied to Fantasy and SF: medieval feminists, and far-future killers with a conscience.
Jack Cohen investigates some of the odd sexual arrangements in SF.
On the future evolution of the human species: "I believe we are already lots of different species -- which means we can do interesting things together. We are at the stage of using 'groups' of people -- the same way groups of bacteria formed the eukaryotes."