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The Second Occasional LoneStarCon Science Fiction Convention and Chili Cook-off, Variously known as the 55th World Science Fiction Convention and LoneStarCon 2, To be held from August 28th through September 1st, in the year 1997, in San Antonio, Texas.

Progress Report #1--Call For Artwork

We are looking for spot illustrations for future LoneStarCon2 publications. Our theme, of course, is Texas - its heritage as well as its flora and fauna. Armadillos, roadrunners, boots and saddles (on alien "cowboys"?), the Alamo, horned toads, cacti, cows, and lizards (such as Bill Child's space lizard on this page) are all good Texas subjects. And don't forget the Mexican, Spanish, French, and Confederate sides of our state's history; our culture is much richer for the multi-national influences on our past.
Artwork submitted should be clear black and white, and (preferably) adaptable to resizing into our column width.
You will notice in this progress report that we have used artwork from artists in other countries as well as from all over the United States. We are, after all, hosting a World Science Fiction Convention. So no matter where you hang your Stetson, send your artwork to Diana Thayer, P.O. Box 905, Euless, TX 76039.

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