These are the transcribed notes of the sessions and discussion groups at Smofcon 3 held at Lowell, Massachusetts, 5-7 December 1986.
- Preface (Aron Insinga)
- Introduction (Mark L. Olson)
- How can the art show be made to work? (Doing it right!)
- How can the art show be made less work? (Doing it easier!)
- How should "operations" operate at a Worldcon?
- How can we make a large Worldcon seem small?
- How can we run a workable meet-the-pros?
- How can we make special area registration work? (Should we try?)
- How do we handle fringefan interests?
- How can we make computerized registration work? (Should we try?)
- How many rings does the circus need? (Program)
- How to keep one area from getting "too many" of the "good workers" (Is this really a problem?)
- How can we make the Worldcon masquerade work?
- Is there an alternative to divisional structure for large Worldcons?
- How can we prevent committee burnout?
- How can a geographically distributed committee work?
- Masquerade round-table discussion
- Art show round-table discussion
- Printing and publishing round-table discussion
- Training round-table discussion
- The members of Smofcon 3
Assistant editors: Jill Eastlake, Pam Fremon, Janis Hoffing, Steve Koon, Suford Lewis, Mark J. Norton, Mark Olson, Peggy Rae Pavlat, Bill Perkins, Theresa Renner, Louise Sachter, Joyce Scrivner, Greg Thokar, Leslie Turek, and Pat Vandenberg
Side-wire stitched, 8-1/2" x 11", ii+68pp., ISBN: 0-9603146-5-2, 150 copies, free to members of Smofcon 3, $4.00 to others, 10 November 1987.