The 58th Convention of the New York Science Fiction Society - the Lunarians (2), Inc., coming April 07-09, 2017 to the Westchester Marriott!
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Preregistration ends March 31st!  Get your membership here:

Our Room block has closed. However, if you call the hotel, at 1-800 882-1042 and use the booking code LCA to get the Lunacon rate you may still be able to reserve a room in the “Active” room block.

If you call the hotel at 1-800 882-1042 and use the booking code LCS to get the Lunacon rate you may still be able to reserve a room in the “Non-Active” room block.

Lunacon 2017, the New York area's longest-running Science Fiction convention, will take place on the weekend of April 7-9 at the Westchester Marriott.  The following guests will be honored:

Writer Guest of Honor Ben Bova
Artist Guest of Honor Bob Eggleton
Fan Guest of Honor Roberta Rogow
Musical Guests Boogie Knights
Special Guest Artist Marianne Plumridge

Come join us for additional guests, to be detemined, as well as fun panels, games, workshops, vendors, parties, readings, concerts, and more!

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2015-03-25 11:11:47

Lunacon is proud to welcome Robert J. Sawyer and Rick Sternbach as Guests of Honor in 2016.

Robert J. Sawyer, a Canadian-born author, is an eleven-time winner of the Aurora, Canada's most prestigious Science Fiction and Fantasy award.  He has also won the Nebula, Hugo, Campbell Memorial Awards, and China's Galaxy Award (Best Foreign Author) for his work.

Rick Sternbach is a Hugo and Emmy Award winning illustrator of Science and Science Fiction media.  His work includes designing and illustrating for Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Last Starfighter, and Carl Sagan's Cosmos. 

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The longest-running Science Fiction and Fantasy convention in the New York area, presented by the New York Science Fiction Society - the Lunarians (2), Inc, at the Westchester Marriott in Tarrytown, NY, on the weekend of April 7 - 9, 2017
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