From Friday to Sunday, February 14-16, the final Anachrocon took place. While the loss was somewhat soothed by the news that our dear friends Bill Harrison is moving his Atlanta Steampunk Exposition to February 13 -15 next year, we are going to miss our AnacheoCon, which we have attended for the past 11 years as press.
It has never failed to be delightful, first under Cindy Macleod and then for the last seven years under Amber Anglin. Over the years we have enjoyed car shows, many musical performances, marvelous costumes. tea parties, and many panels on science, literature, and history. We have peeked into costuming and fabrication and dabbled a bit in gaming. We have made many friends we will miss and hope to see somewhere at some other convention. We would not have missed it for anything.
We will miss you, Anachrocon In 2017, I wrote in Blogcritics that “AnachroCon is “a thrill for the brain as well as a rest for the soul.” And it was that from beginning to end. Huzzah!
The T-Tones photo by Takesi Akamatsu