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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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Artwork reveal and Call for Submissions!

We can’t let a pandemic hold us back! We’re hosting Doxacon Seattle 2021: Prophecy and Prediction online through Zoom this year. Tickets will be at a reduced price (because tech is cheaper than a room and food), and we’ll send you details soon. And we’re looking for presenters. See below for our Call for Submissions!

Stay tuned for registration information!

This Year’s Artwork!

Voila! Introducing our new artwork for Doxacon Seattle 2021, by the wonderful Reece Friesen! Reece has provided us with original artwork for the past several years, and is the author and artist for Pax Avalon, a Christian-ethics-themed graphic novel series. Check out his work at paxavalon.com.

A crystal ball illuminates a mage, a hunter, and a soldier with a vision of an empty tomb.
Prophesy and Prediction, by Reece Friesen

Call for Presentations!

We want to hear from you!

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

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

Check out Doxacon Prime!

Our sister convention Doxacon Prime, which was the inspiration for Doxacon Seattle, is coming up on November 6–7! Check them out!

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Doxacon Seattle 2020: Call for Presentations

Do you have interesting ideas to share about the intersection of Christianity and speculative fiction? We want to hear them! We are now accepting submissions for presentations, papers, or panels, focusing on the theme “Bloodlines: Family, Community, and Belonging.”

Deadline for submission is December 31, 2019 at 4:25 PM. (We’ll be sneaking out a little early that day, so don’t wait until the last minute!)

Join us at the Pacific Northwest’s only Christian-based sci-fi/fantasy conference! Doxacon Seattle will be held at Brightwater Center in Woodinville, WA on February 15, 2020.

Get started by taking a look at our submission guidelines and sending us a proposal. Looking forward to hearing from you!