T-minus 5 days until Doxacon Seattle 2024!

5 days until February 10, ’24

Doxacon Seattle 2024 is fast approaching and we’re putting the finishing touches on the event. The theme for this year’s convention is At the End of all Things: Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence of Hope. We have two keynote speakers: J.D. Henning and Deacon Jeremiah Webster. As we look forward to Saturday, check out their bios (below).

Click here for general information about Doxacon Seattle 2024 – including membership purchasing.

Lay Keynote: J.D. Henning

J.D. Henning is an award winning, New York Times recommended independent filmmaker. His credits include writing and executive producing award winning, New York Times recommended sci fi thriller Portal Runner, directing Superior Subject, a short film headed to the festival circuit in 2024, and post production supervision of the award winning feature film Language Arts, a feature length drama. J.D. loves genre, from spies to spaceships to zombies. In his spare time, he and his wife clean up after their toddler and try to catch up on sleep (hint: it’s not working). J.D. is an elder in his church, and is excited to celebrate storytelling with fellow believers at Doxacon.

Clergy Keynote: Deacon Jeremiah Webster

Deacon Jeremiah Webster teaches literature and writing at Northwest University and serves as Pastor of Art and Education at Advent Anglican. His poetry has appeared in numerous journals including North American Review, Crab Creek Review, Beloit Poetry Review, Anglican Theological Review, Dappled Things, Ruminate, and Mockingbird. His first poetry collection, After So Many Fires (Wiseblood Books) was published in 2018. His first novel, Follow the Devil / Follow the Light (Acolyte Press), a fantastique in the tradition of Carroll, Dickins, and Dante, was published in 2023. His second poetry collection, Notes for a Postlude (Wipf and Stock), rose from the ashes of Covid Land, phoenix-like, in 2023 as well. When he’s not teaching or writing, Jeremiah enjoys playing The One Ring RPG with his children and hiking in the spirited Cascades.

Doxacon Seattle 2024 information

This year’s theme is At the End of all Things: Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence of Hope. We’re looking forward to hearing our keynote speakers and other presenters explore this theme in the context of various fandoms and from different perspectives!

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Membership can (still!) be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets – sales close the morning of the convention (Saturday, February 10). Membership WILL be available to purchase on-site as well – but we recommend getting yours ahead of time!


Doxacon Seattle 2024 will be at the Brightwater Center (22505 State Route 9 SE Woodinville, WA 98072) in Woodinville. While parking at Brightwater Center is generous, we highly recommend carpooling (especially if going to the after-party, where parking is limited).


Doxacon Seattle 2024 will officially open at 8:00 am on Saturday, February 10th, 2024. We will be setting up the convention center at 7:00 am – we are always happy for volunteer help! The convention will officially end at 5:30 pm, with cleanup until 6:30 pm.

After the convention, we will be gathering at Zulu’s Board Game Cafe for an optional after-party. This is un-programmed time, meant to be an opportunity for returning and new attendees to (re)connect and enjoy fellowship & food together. If you’re available, we hope you’ll join in the fun!

Health & safety

Following King county recommendations, we are encouraging but not requiring attendees to wear face masks.. If you have tested positive for COVID or are experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms on the day of the convention, we ask you to stay home – you can request a refund for your membership from info@doxaconseattle.com

Doxacon Seattle inclusion statement

Doxacon Seattle is committed to being a safe and welcoming space for everyone.

Absolutely everyone is welcome at Doxacon! Doxacon does not tolerate personal harassment or discrimination in any form or for any reason.

While our focus as an organization and event is on the intersection between various Christian faith traditions and fandoms/ geek culture, we welcome anyone who is interested in what we’re doing.Doxacon Seattle is committed to being a safe and welcoming space for people of all backgrounds and identities. You are beloved children of God, and we are happy to have you!

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns (info@doxaconseattle.com)

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