ICFA 38 - Fantastic Epics 22 March - 26 March 2017

Thank you for your interest in volunteering during ICFA 38 - Fantastic Epics 22 March - 26 March 2017!

Please complete this interest and availability inventory, so we know where and when to place you in this tale of high adventure and romance. (Okay...maybe not romance...but definitely adventure.) Schedules should be distributed about a week before the conference. Currently, we will be using email to distribute your schedules to you as we lost our horses, and the R.O.U.S. at the last carrier.

The volunteer positions are as follows with (very) brief descriptions:
AV (Fire Swamp): Set up projectors, troubleshoot presentations
Book Room (Florin): Set up, sell, and pack up the book room
Registration (Cliffs of Insanity): set up and pass out badges and maintain the registration desk

“The lesson of history is that no one learns.”
― Steven Erikson, Deadhouse Gates

“We humans do not understand compassion. In each moment of our lives, we betray it. Aye, we know of its worth, yet in knowing we then attach to it a value, we guard the giving of it, believing it must be earned, T’lan Imass. Compassion is priceless in the truest sense of the word. It must be given freely. In abundance.”
― Steven Erikson, Memories of Ice

“It is blasphemy to separate oneself from the earth and look down on it like a god. It is more than blasphemy; it is dangerous. We can never be gods, after all - but we can become something less than human with frightening ease.”
― N.K. Jemisin, The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

“Tell them they can be great someday, like us. Tell them they belong among us, no matter how we treat them. Tell them they must earn the respect which everyone else receives by default. Them there is a standard for acceptance; that standard is simply perfection. Kill those who scoff at those contradictions, and tell the rest that the dead deserved annihilation for their weakness and doubt. Then they'll break themselves trying for what they'll never achieve”
― N.K. Jemisin, The Fifth Season

“What better way to destroy a civilization, society or a race than to set people into the wild oscillations which follow their turning over their judgment and decision-making faculties to a superhero?”
― Edward James, The Cambridge Companion to Science Fiction

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