Buhlert: Dublin 2019 Worldcon Photos — Part 2: The Hugo Losers Party Posted on September 3, 2019 by Mike Glyer [Editor’s Introduction: Cora Buhlert shares her photos from the Hugo Losers Party at Dublin 2019.] By Cora Buhlert: At the Hugo Losers Party at approx. 11:20 PM. Doesn’t look very busy yetThis must be the infamous “old guard” partying that we’ve heard so much about. (I have no idea who these people are, but they sat at the same table all night. I think Greg Hullender chatted with them, so he might know).So what do you do at the coolest party in town? Check out Hugo longlists and statistics, of course. George R.R. Martin speakingGeorge R.R. Martin handing out Alfie Awards to Jane Johnson and Malcolm EdwardsJo Van and I line up for our mugshotsA look across the atrium of the Guinness Storehouse at the Hugo Losers Party, which has spilled out onto the mezzanine. The function room, where the party took place, is named after William Arrol, a Scottish engineer/architect who designed the steel construction of the Guinness Storehouse as well as the Tower Bridge in London and several other bridges around the UK and the gantry crane used to build the Titanic.A look at William Arrol’s steel construction at the Guinness Storehouse. Yes, I’m weird and go to the coolest party in town to take pictures of the architecture.Another look at the mezzanine and atrium at the Guinness StorehouseA downward look at the atrium of the Guinness Storehouse and William Arrol’s steel construction.A tank, pipes and valves at the Guinness Storehouse. Like I said, I’m weird and took photos of the architecture.