We’re getting pretty close, with just three days left! As we draw near, we invite you to check out the vendors who will be joining us for Doxacon Seattle 2023.
Based in Everett, Geek Xtravaganza describes itself as ‘A unique geek shopping event’. They bring together geeky vendors that include artists, game designers, comics creators, crafters makers, pop culture artisans, t-shirts, collectible toys, games, POPs, and more. Attendance is free (and so is the popcorn)! Learn more about them, their wares, and their own event in April at the official Geek Xtravaganza Facebook page.
S.K. Ehra is an author of fantasy, horror, and all that lies between, including The Crossroads Series. When not reading or writing, S.K. Ehra can be found wandering the woods, and while skittish, is friendly when approached. Read more about her and her works at her website (https://skehra.com/?page_id=163)
Art by Erika Rae Heins will be at this Saturday’s Doxacon event with a selection of prints, cards, mugs, and shirts, featuring pen-and-ink and watercolor art inspired by classic literature, Tolkien, and more! Erika is a traditional and digital artist who has been selling work online and at Pacific Northwest conventions for over 12 years and is currently serving on the Doxacon board.
You can browse the shop at https://www.etsy.com/shop/erikaraeheins
Kevin King grew up reading speculative fiction, and still would rather spend all summer reading than anything else in the world. He currently works as a software developer, living near Seattle with his wife Trish and their dog Frodo (aka Mr Frodo Beggins, and yes, he does carry the ring.) His debut Action-Adventure Fantasy novel, Song of the Adoël, came out in February 2022. He also began writing flash fiction in 2022, via Instagram account kevinkingauthor as part of the group FlashFictionMagic, based on weekly prompts.
Our keynote panelists will be setting up a table to share materials from the Opus 7 Vocal Ensemble, a resident ensemble of Saint James Cathedral in Seattle. Opus 7 performs works of local & regional composers as well as commissioning new choral compositions. Read more about Opus 7 at their website (http://opus7.org/about-us/)