The People of Chattacon 

All guests of honor, panelists, performers, presenters, artists or any other individual who may present in some way at Chattacon are booked in good faith and we have their guarantee that they will appear when we announce they will be at the convention. However, unforeseen events (illness, family emergencies or production work) may cause a particular guest to cancel. 

Wendy Webb (aka Wendy W Webb) has published dark fantasy short stories and novels, co-edited anthologies, and has had productions of stage and radio plays.

After a hiatus as a doctoral student of emergency management and as a disaster responder, she welcomed the return to fiction writing with The Wild Rose Press publication of the gothic Widow’s Walk, and an updated reprint of the Beluga Stein supernatural-humor-murder mystery Bee Movie, and the forthcoming Mean Cuisine. Sunbury Press under the Milford House imprint published the paranormal, travel, “memoir,” Eye of the Gargoyle.

Wendy has taught an annual fiction writing class at the John C. Campbell Folk School in North Carolina for a mere few years less than she’s been attending Chattacon. Still, she fully blames the Con Committee and staff for some of her best memories.

Programming Sessions

Late Night Double Feature Picture Show

Join our young couple, Brad and Janet, as they encounter unconventional conventionists and colorful characters in a night they will never forget. Warning: singing and

Vision Ballroom C

The Arctic and the Aether

A survey of the cultural traditions and fairy tales of the Inuit, their environment and the very real monsters which dwell within the Arctic. Stanley

Vision Ballroom B

Culture, Mythology and Spirituality

Moderated by Brian Cooksey The panelists discuss how the study of cultures, myths and legends, and spiritualism of past civilizations plays a part in the

Vision Ballroom A


AGoH Melissa Gay asks the audience for key words and then makes a coherent painting out of all of those suggestions! Ongoing discussion will include