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ISFiC
also called "Illinois Science Fiction in Chicago" is a non-profit organization best known for running the Windycon science fiction convention

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  1. formed in 1973 as a coalition of the various science fiction clubs in Chicago, Illinois, United States

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 12, 2009
  2. In addition to being the parent organization for an annual convention, it would also serve as a clearing house for fan activities in Illinois

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  3. The founders of the organization included Larry Propp, Mark and Lynne Aronson, Ann Cass, Jon and Joni Stopa and Mike and Carol Resnick

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  4. Each summer, ISFiC holds a small picnic, named Picnicon after the generally accepted science fiction naming conventions

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