My computer was in the shop, so I haven’t had a chance to do the usual photo roundup until now.
The public has cried out “Stina! We just can’t get enough photos of her! Could you possibly put up a bunch more?” The blue hair fetish crowd has spoken, and who am I to deny the public what it wants? Vox populi, vox dei.
(If you’re wondering whether the phrase “Blue Hair Fetish” bring up a lot of Google hits, I can tell you: Yes. Yes it does. And you shouldn’t test this theory at work. (See also: Rule 34.))
Julia Mandala, Linda Donahue, and Bill Crider.
Martha Wells and Troyce Wilson, just back from their awesome private tour of NASA. They even showed them the video feed of the top secret moonbase and the dead alien in the third subbasement freezer…
Three of the four redheads of the apocalypse: Julia Mandala, Rhonda Eudaly, and Linda Donahue.
Stina Leicht: The Seconding.
Stina and SF Signal head honcho John DeNardo, whose mouth and eyes are wired in such a way that when one opens, the other must close.
Jayme Lynn Blaschke, who suffers from no such limitations.
Martha Wells, wearing a black outfit against the black backdrop the concom thoughtfully provided.
Editor Guest of Honor Ann VanderMeer, of the Florida Science Fiction VanderMeers.
Texas in 2013 Worldcon bid chair Bill Parker with international confidence man Fred Duarte.
Jonathan Miles, pledging to eat only the brand of butter-substitute promoted by William Shatner.
Stina: The Return of the Attack of the Revenge of the Quickening
Gabrielle Faust, who wisely opted for the decorative white corset and brass goggles against the black background.
Lou Antonelli, Bill Crider and Jayme Lynn Blaschke.
Artist Guest of Honor Rocky Kelley.
Bill Parker in the militantly festooned Texas in 2013 suite.
A closeup of Bill Crider from an earlier picture. Cropping! The hallmark of quality photographs!
Tags: ApolloCon, Bill Crider, Bill Parker, Gabrielle Faust, Jonathan Miles, Julia Mandala, Linda Donahue, Lou Antonelli, Martha Wells, Patrice Sarath, pics, Rhonda Eudaly, Rocky Kelley, Stina Leicht, Texas in 2013, Troyce Wilson