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Chattacon Chattacon 39, held January 24–26, 2014, included guest of honor Tobias Buckell, featured guests John Kaufmann, Jean Johnson, and Robert Buettner, plus toastmistress Wendy Webb and special music guest Matthew Ebel.
Chattacon Chattacon 40, held January 30–February 1, 2015, included guests of honor Julie Czerneda, Kathleen Ann Goonan, and Tobias Buckell, artist guests Alan Clark and David Dietrick, special guest Adam-Troy Castro, and toastmistress Wendy Webb.
Wil Wheaton Wheaton has recorded several of his non-self-published books as downloadable audiobooks. These include "Just a Geek", "Dancing Barefoot", "The Happiest Days of Our Lives", and his Criminal Minds diary from "Sunken Treasure". He also released excerpts of "Memories of The Future: Vol 1" as free podcasts. He has also narrated several audiobooks by other authors, including "Ready Player One" and "Armada" by Ernest Cline; "Masters of Doom" by David Kushner; Homeland by Cory Doctorow; "Fuzzy Nation", "The Android's Dream", "Agent to the Stars", "Redshirts" and "Lock In", all by John Scalzi; "" by Bill Willingham; "Byways", part of "METAtropolis: Cascadia" by Tobias Buckell; "What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Hypothetical Questions" by Randall Munroe; and "Boneshaker" by Cherie Priest. Similarly, Wheaton has provided the voice-over for the digital gamebook, "Trial of the Clone".
John Scalzi Also in 2008, released the audiobook anthology "METAtropolis", edited by Scalzi and featuring short fiction in a shared world created by Scalzi, Elizabeth Bear, Tobias Buckell, Jay Lake, and Karl Schroeder. "METAtropolis" was planned from the beginning to be released as an audio anthology prior to any print edition. The audiobook featured the voices of Battlestar Galactica actors Michael Hogan, Alessandro Juliani and Kandyse McClure and was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form in 2009. A sequel audiobook, "METAtropolis: Cascadia", edited by Jay Lake, came out in 2010. In 2009 Subterranean Press released a limited edition print run of "METAtropolis", which was subsequently published by Tor in a standard hardcover edition, in 2010.