An Interview with Ken Liu

March 26, 2018 Professor Jango 0

I had the amazing opportunity to chat with author Ken Liu about writing, fandom, and of course Star Wars.  He is the author of two pieces of Star Wars fiction in the last year, the novel The Legends of Luke Skywalker (2017) as well as the short story “The Sith of Datawork” from

“A Man of Many Hats” – An Interview with Tom Huddleston

March 11, 2018 YB 0

  In another great interview, we had a chat with author Tom Huddleston! We talked about his time with the magazine Time Out, where he wrote about all things film, his original music, his original books, and of course his work on Star Wars: Adventure in Wild Space! He was

An Interview with Beth Revis

October 29, 2017 YB 2

I had the amazing opportunity to chat with author Beth Revis about writing, fandom, and of course Star Wars. She is the pen behind Rebel Rising, the story of Jyn Erso from the time she teamed up with Saw Gerrara until we meet her imprisoned on the planet Wobani in

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November 2, 2012 Grand Admiral Sean 0

Mike Baron wrote the very first comic I ever read: Star Wars: The Last Command. More significantly, he was also a member of what I consider the generation of writers that made comic books better—and much weirder. I would name Baron’s Nexus and Badger alongside Wagner’s Grendel and Chadwick’s Concrete as some of the most significant original series of

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Interview with Barbara Hambly

October 19, 2012 Grand Admiral Sean 0

There’s little to say by way of introduction except that (1.) Barbara Hambly writes the way I’ve always wanted to write, (2.) she personally maintains an endlessly amusing Facebook fan page, and (3.) she is surprisingly gracious about interview requests from strangers with dubious journalistic credentials. (You should subscribe to that

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Interview with Kevin J. Anderson

October 12, 2012 Grand Admiral Sean 0

I could introduce this interview with the usual journalistic chatter: “Kevin J. Anderson is the internationally bestselling author of numerous novels in the Star Wars and Dune settings, as well as his own Saga of Seven Suns—” But you already know that, and if you didn’t you could learn it