The planning team at Doxacon Seattle wishes you a happy Thanksgiving, and hopes that you have much to be thankful for. We certainly find ourselves grateful for many things.
First off, we’re grateful that we have a convention to look forward to! The past couple years have been especially hard on events like Doxacon Seattle, and we’re excited to be meeting in person this coming February 12. We’re especially glad we’ll be able to live-stream the convention for those who cannot join us in person. We should have tickets going on sale soon, so watch this space!
Next, we’re thankful for our keynote speaker, Fr. Jacob Maurer, and for the other speakers and workshops we have lined up for 2022. Already, we have talks ranging from duty in epic literature to questions of medical ethics, as well as writing and gaming workshops. There’s still room for a few more presenters, if you find yourself with something to say or explore about our theme of “Is This the Way? Duty and Morality”. Check out our presenter’s guidelines if you’re interested.
We’re also excited to welcome back some of our favorite artists and merchants to our vendors’ area! Thanks especially to Erika Rae Heins, who has recently stepped up to help with planning, and to Reece Friesen, who has designed our fantastic artwork for this year’s convention! If you’re an artist, craftsperson, or merchant interested in joining them in the Doxacon Seattle market square, please drop us a line!
Finally, we’re grateful for all your support for Doxacon Seattle over the past many years and especially throughout this time of pandemic. Your prayers, your hours of volunteering, and of course your financial support help keep us going. To that end, we want to note that we’re still welcoming volunteers for 2022. In addition, you can get Doxacon Seattle swag on our new storefront on Spring, and that you can support us directly on Patreon.
Again, we hope you have a blessed and joyful Thanksgiving! And we look forward to seeing you in February!