Author Guest of Honor - Jerry Pournelle
If the name Jerry Pournelle doesn't ring a bell, then you've lived
under a rock for quite a few years. Jerry is a Hugo
nominated author and has advanced degrees in psychology, statistics, engineering
and political science. He is currently a columnist for BYTE
magazine. His Science Fiction work includes novels such as; The Mote
in God's Eye, The Gripping Hand, Footfall, Lucifer's
Hammer, and Oath of Fealty.
Artist Guest of Honor - Bob Eggleton
Bob won the Hugo
in 1994 and 1996, has a series of trading cards, and does fantasy, science
fiction, and astronomical art.
There is a compilation book of his works called "Alien Horizons,"
and has authored Space and Fantasy Windows
Gaming Guest of Honor - Dave Arneson
Dave is well known amongst the gaming community. He was one of
the original creators of Dungeons & Dragons and has many enlightening
stories about his glory days at TSR.
If your prefer good old fashion action and adventure roll playing
games, we're sure that you'll enjoy the stories that Dave has to tell.
Media Guest of Honor - Sherry Hitch
Sherry is an employee of Foundation
Imaging, the creators of computer animation effects for projects such
as Babylon 5, The Hypernaughts and Star Trek: Voyager.
Sherry is a local fan and a past attendee of InConJunction.
Dementia Guest of Honor - Dr. Demento
Yup, the real Dr. Demento! Need I say more? C'mon, the nationally
syndicated Dr. Demento show has been a cult classic for years! The Doctor's
been spinning stacks of demented wax since the early 70's.
For those of you that want to know more, or if you grew up listening
to classics such as Fish Heads, Dead Puppies and Pencil
Neck Geek and would like to take a walk down memory lane, check out
this "official" Dr. Demento Web Page.
Fan Guest of Honor - Dave Henninger
Dave is a local fan, author, artist, and amateur astronomer. He
was instrumental in getting the first InConJunction off the ground, and
has served in many different capacities at InConJunction over the years.
InConJunction XVII will be held July 4th - 6th, 1997
Registration is $25 until June 1st. It is $30 thereafter and at
the door. Children under 12 are half price, and those under 6 are free.
Please note that WE DO NOT PROVIDE BABYSITTING SERVICES. You are responsible
for the supervision of any children you bring. Lost badges will NOT be
replaced free of charge, so don't lose your badge.
Please make check or money order payable to and send to:
P.O. Box 68514
Indianapolis, IN 46268-0514
Please include a name for each registration you order.
Your canceled check is your receipt.
Room rates at the Indianapolis
Marriott are $69 for single, double, triple or quad plus tax (about
10%). Please make sure that you tell the Marriott you want reservations
for the Circle of Janus' InConJunction Science Fiction Convention. Also
tell them if you need any form of special assistance. Contact The Indianapolis
Marriott at 317-352-1231 for reservations or questions.
Marriott is located on the Indianapolis east side, near the junction
of I-70 and Shadeland Avenue. From I-70 take the Shadeland Exit (exit 89)
and go south on Shadeland Avenue to the 21st Street intersection. Turn
east (left) on 21st Street and you'll see The Marriott located on the north
(left) side of the street.
Send an e-mail to the the Con-Chairs, or
if you'd like further information about InConJunction XVII or would like
to help out with the convention.
Hotel, 7202 East 21st Street