Harry Miller

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Doxacon Seattle 2020 Tickets!

Tickets are available for purchase on the Brown Paper Tickets site! https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4485897

Thank you for attending and supporting Doxacon Seattle 2019!

We’d like to thank each of you for attending and supporting Doxacon Seattle 2019 with your encouragement, your participation, and your prayers. We had a wonderful time, and we hope you did too. Whether you’ve come several times or not at all, let us know your thoughts about Doxacon Seattle by taking our survey! Create …

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Doxacon Seattle 2019 can be experienced live only by Time Lords now!

Here are some of the panels you might have been going to be experiencing in February 2019 (if your TARDIS takes you there): Tim Brown When we think of amphibians, we think of frogs, which live where land and water intemix; or of amphibious airplanes, which come to rest on land or water. The word …

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Who Goes There? Uh, Let Me Think…

Written by Tim W. Brown “Who goes there?” – the sentinel’s challenge. And I think to myself: good question! Who am I? What am I? Where am I going? And by the way, why should I tell you? As far as we know for sure, humans are the only creatures that wrestle with the question …

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Join us for a Doxaday on first Sunday afternoons

We have a meetup the first Sunday afternoon most months. See the details on Meetup.com; just search for the Doxacon Seattle Meetup Group!

Welcome to Doxacon Seattle!

If you’re looking for a place where you can discuss speculative fiction through a Christian lens, or talk about the theological implications of your favorite fandoms, then you’ve found the right place. Doxacon Seattle is an organization that examines the intersection of Christianity and speculative fiction (such as fantasy and science fiction). It’s a place …

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Not A “Real” Anything

  by Tim W. Brown Last month was November, which means it was National Novel-Writing Month to some of us (NaNoWriMo for short); the basic idea of which is that one attempts to write at least 50,000 words of a novel within the thirty days of November. To a great extent, it’s a community exercise …

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What you missed at DoxaDay: Tom Cruise, Horror, and Middle-Aged Heroes

The Reader Gregory, aka The Carver. Today, several of us gathered at St. Paul Antiochian Orthodox Church in Brier, WA to have a DoxaDay – a short, half-day Doxacon event that is less structured, more spontaneous, and generally involves beer. We thought we might talk about the horror genre and how we might approach it …

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