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The collection of Worldcon books
The collection of Worldcon books

I finally got around to unpacking the 38 lb duffle and decided to take this picture. This is the collection of books I had signed at Worldcon (or otherwise was collected around that period). Technically, I got my copy of Plague War before Worldcon, but my original plans were to get it and have Jeff Carlson sign it at Worldcon — luckily, Jeff was doing a signing at the Roseville Barnes and Noble the Saturday before Worldcon. Also, the Feghoot book was a lovely parting gift for attempting to compete at Win Tom Whitmore’s Books, and is not signed, although it comes from this worldcon. There are also two unpictured books as they were not in the bag in question, but I’ve listed them below.

No, I did not have an ounce of fun in Denver. I resent the implication that I might have had fun. ;)

Vertical books, from left to right:
Halting State, Charles Stross
Identity Theft, Robert J. Sawyer
The Postman, David Brin
The Forever War, Joe Haldeman
Rocket Science, Jay Lake
You Arent’ Fooling Anyone…, John Scalzi
Escapement, Jay Lake
Iterations, Robert J. Sawyer
Ha’penny, Jo Walton
Rollback, Robert J. Sawyer
Curious Notions, Harry Turtledove
Homeward Bound, Harry Turtledove
Old Man’s War, John Scalzi
Ruled Britannia, Harry Turtledove
Writers of the Future 23, Various (signed by Jeff Carlson, as one of his short stories is in the book)
Plague War, Jeff Carlson

Horizontal stack, bottom to top
Denvention 3 souvenir book, signed by many writers
The Life Eaters, David Brin/Scott Hampton (only signed by Brin, though)
Girl Genius, Vol. 3, Phil and Kaja Foglio
Girl Genius, Vol. 1, Phil and Kaja Foglio
Evolution, Stephen Baxter
Darwin’s Radio, Greg Bear
Eifelheim, Michael Flynn
The Accidental Time Machine, Joe Haldeman
The Collected Feghoot, Grendel Briarton (not signed)

Not pictured:
Making Book, Teresa Nielson Hayden
Henry Potty and the Pet Rock, Valerie E. Frankel

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