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Heinlein Society at the 61st World Science Fiction Convention

 

Torcon 3, Toronto, Canada

August 28-September 1, 2003

 

The Heinlein Society had a very enjoyable and successful time at the 2003 World Science Fiction Convention, Torcon 3, held in Toronto, Canada.

 

 

Numerous new members joined the Heinlein Society. The first Heinlein Awards were presented, and seven well-attended panels were conducted, including one announcing the upcoming publication of a brand new novel by Robert A. Heinlein, "For Us, the Living," discovered by a Heinlein Society researcher.

Several members were interviewed by various television crews, including Sam Kramer, who was interviewed by a Rochester, New York station. He gave an excellent interview discussing the Heinlein Society, and Robert Heinlein's works.

 

Fran Van Cleve and David Silver discussing announcement of "For Us, the Living"

 

poster announcing Heinlein Society panels

Sam Kramer being interviewed

 

   

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The Heinlein Society was founded by Virginia Heinlein on behalf of her husband, science fiction author Robert Anson Heinlein, to "pay forward" the legacy of Robert A. Heinlein to future generations of "Heinlein's Children."