Did you miss the convention? No worries, we got you covered.
Below are podcasts from a few presenters from previous years.
Harry Potter's Magic Ring - keynote
Ascetic Themes in Angel (The TV series) - clergy keynote
Using discernment when engaging in sci-fi & Fantasy
Fiction, Fantasy & Faith
Love, Understanding & Repentance in Ender's Game
Chesterton, Lewis & Card - Approach to Worldbuilding
Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Art?
Supervasive Literary Movement
A Spell for the Refreshment of the Spirit
Matushka Farley borrows her title from the C.S. Lewis classic Voyage of the Dawn Treader and asks the question; what elements make up a good story?
You Got Your Christianity in My Science Fiction!
"Nebula Award finalist John C. Wright and his wife L Jagi Lamplighter discuss the joys and tribulations of combining Christianity and speculative fiction: both from a social perspective–facing Christians who disapprove of magic/fantasy and geeks who reject all things Christian–and from a technical perspective–how combine these elements to tell the best story."
The Golden Path: Frank Herbert’s Dune as Religious Fantasy
"The questions Frank Herbert’s writings ask us as Christians should be taken seriously. What are the proper uses versus the abuses of religious power, ritual, and imagery and what is their effect on culture and spirituality? How is fear the “mind-killer”? What is a human being and what is human destiny? What is our noble purpose?"
Ancient Faith Radio Interview with Seattle
Bobby Maddex interviews David Jennings and Tanya Keenan, the organizers of Doxacon Seattle 2014, an Orthodox conference dedicated to science fiction and fantasy in all of their various forms.
Ancient Faith Radio interview with Doxacon founders
Fr. David Subu and Daniel Silver are interviewed about Doxacon, which may very well be the first Orthodox conference on science fiction and fantasy.