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Meet our Lay Keynote for 2021: Bev Cooke!

Bev Cooke’s name is a byword for failure in prognostication. Those who bet against her predictions usually wind up better off than they’d been before. When not scrying the future, she splits her time between writing novels, Akathists, and devotions; walking; worshipping with her husband at All Saints of Alaska OCA Parish; and being a slave to her cat, Sam—partially fulfilling the prophecy of a priestess of Bast: “Dogs have masters. Cats have slaves.” Her latest literary contributions are in an anthology from Park End BooksDarkness is as Light, available at bookstores and on line.

We are excited to have her join us as our Lay Keynote for Doxacon 2021!


Call for Presentations!

Do you have an exciting idea you’d like to share at Doxacon Seattle 2021? Check out our submission guidelines to find out how you can submit a presentation proposal.

Step 1: Make sure you have January 30, 2021 free!
Step 2: Summarize your idea in a couple of paragraphs. Check our submission guidelines for details
Step 3: Send your submission to submissions.DoxaconSeattle@gmail.com by December 1, 2020 at Midnight


Would you like to volunteer for Doxacon Seattle?

We’ll be hosting our convention on Zoom, but we’ll still need volunteers to keep things running smoothly. If you’re interested in helping out, drop us a line at info.DoxaconSeattle@gmail.com and we’ll fill you in on the details! Thank you!

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Theme and Keynotes for Doxacon Seattle 2021!

Not sure what the future has in store? Us too. But we do know one thing:

Doxacon 2021 is still on!

And because our theme this year is “Prophesy and Predictions”, we know it’s going to be amazing!

Sadly, we cannot predict whether our convention will be in person or online. But we’re working on both options, and we hope to let you know in about a month.

Meanwhile, we have some great keynote speakers lined up: a clerical tag team keynote of Fr. Augustine Hilander, OP and Fr. Marcin Szymanski, OP; and lay keynote Bev Cooke!

We’re also getting ready to call for presenters. So if you have something to say about “Prophesy and Predictions”, or just about the intersection of faith and fantasy, you can check out our submission guidelines!

Mark your calendars for January 30, 2021! And consult the oracles regularly at https://www.facebook.com/DoxaconSeattle/ or right here!