The Thunder Child writes “A couple of weeks ago I shared the fact that Terry Farrell was returning to the acting stage in a play in Hershey, Pennsylvania, with her husband Brian Baker. Terry graciously consented to an interview with The Thunder Child, which you can read here: http://thethunderchild.com/Theatre/FarrellLoveLetters.html
Note: It’s about her life now, with only a couple of questions about DS9, but it’s a fun read. And if you go see the play, make sure you tell her you read about it in The Thunder Child!”
N.E. Lilly writes “Jane Espenson concludes her blog tour at SpaceWesterns.com where speaks about her experiences with Star Trek, Firefly, and Battlestar Galactica.
Jane Espenson’s blog tour took her through the blogosphere from mid-October to early-December — taking her to sites ranging from Firefly Talk, to the USA Today Pop Candy blog — to promote her latest anthology of essays about Joss Whedon’s Firefly/Serenity ‘verse: Serenity Found from BenBella Books.
Jane Espenson is a Hugo Award‑winning screen‑writer who has worked on several science fiction television series including Star Trek: Deep Space 9, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, and Battlestar Galactica, among others. She has also edited two anthologies of essays ? Finding Serenity and Serenity Found ? about Joss Whedon?s ?verse as seen in the television series Firefly and the major motion picture Serenity.
Interview with Jane Espenson at SpaceWesterns.com: http://www.spacewesterns.com/articles/37/
Jane Espenson Blog Tour: http://www.janeespenson.com/archives/00000444.php“
Anonymous Coward writes “Interview with Matt Black, 2007 Browncoat Ball Chair, about Space Westerns, Firefly, and the Browncoat Ball in Philadelphia.
Anonymous Coward writes “David G. Hartwell, editor of The New York Review of Science Fiction and The Space Opera Renaissance, senior editor of Tor/Forge Books gives an interview on the topic of Space Westerns.
TheThunderChild writes “The Thunder Child Science Fiction Webzine and Sourcebooks has interviewed Australian actor and independent film-maker Adrian Sherlock, and the interview is at Adrian Sherlock Interview. Got big dreams? Check out how one individual brought his dreams to life.
For the past several years Sherlock has filmed episodes of a series similar to the X-Files, with a protagonist named Damon Dark whom he plays himself. YouTube has taken off like a rocket with people around the world uploading videos of all kinds. Sherlock has placed all of the Damon Dark episodes there, and is currently working towards getting a deal with a major TV studio. (In addition to the interview, you can view episodes of Damon Dark on The Thunder Child page.)”
Anonymous Coward writes “This is a great interview with James Callis and talks about season 3 of Battlestar without giving too much away:
BaronMoritani writes “Despite his very busy schedule, the author of the new Prelude to Dune and Legends of Dune novels,
Brian Herbert, agreed to a very brief interview with BaronMoritani and The Landsraad Dune site.
In this interview, Brian Herbert discusses a never before mentioned Dune novel
concerning Maud’Dib’s Jihad, visiting the set of the Children of Dune miniseries,
and talks about the love of his parents, Frank and Beverly Herbert.
The interview can be viewed here:
AntonyF writes “A new interview has been put up at B5LR.com with Mackenzie Gray. Mackenzie plays the mysterious Minister Kafta, the lead alien villain in the upcoming Babylon 5 telemovie “The Legend of the Rangers”, which airs on the US SCI FI Channel on January 19 2002. The race he’s from may just make the Shadows look like playground bullies! In the interview, Mackenzie talks about his role, life on set, and what it’s like working with his fellow cast members and JMS. You can read the interview by clicking here.”
It’s a bit late since she was busy, but Jeanne Cavelos, author of The Passing of the Techno-mages trilogy of Babylon 5 books, answers your questions. Since it was late and Book 2 is already out, feel free to offer followup questions by replying here…