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Tales of Tomorrow: Q and A with author Richard Irvin

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Tales of Tomorrow: Q and A with author Richard Irvin

Tales of Tomorrow: Q and A with author Richard Irvin 1. What inspired you to write about a TV series that premiered over 70 years ago?I have always been a fan of Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone and was researching TV shows similar to the Twilight Zone that aired in the early 1950s. Tales of Tomorrow presented episodes with story lines similar to those of Rod Serling’s series, and so, I thought of putting together a book about Tales of Tomorrow, its writers, actors, and stories.2. Speaking of Rod Serling, did he write any of the scripts of Tales of Tomorrow?...

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Ten Questions with Swamp Thing author, Rich Handley

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Ten Questions with Swamp Thing author, Rich Handley

Ten Questions with Swamp Thing author, Rich Handley Q) How did your writing and editing background culminate in your authoring a chronology for a fictional universe? I’ve been in the publishing world for around thirty years now, starting in the mid-1990s with licensed fiction for West End Games’ Star Wars Roleplaying Game. Since then, I’ve written, edited, or contributed to dozens of books, both fiction and non-fiction, related to Planet of the Apes, Star Trek, Stargate, Battlestar Galactica, Dark Shadows, Batman, and other franchises, working with DC Comics, Dark Horse, IDW, Topps, BOOM! Studios, Titan Books, Eaglemoss, Crazy Eight Press,...

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Geoff Dale Answers Shemp Questions!

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Geoff Dale Answers Shemp Questions!

Geoff Dale Answers Shemp Questions! What inspired you to write this book? Shemp was the original Stooge under the founder Ted Healy, alongside his younger brother Moe. He was Healy’s most constant minion from 1923 to 1934 when he left for a solo career. He appeared alongside some of the major stars of the day in these solo efforts, like John Wayne, James Stewart (his film debut in a Shemp short), Abbott & Costello, W. C. Fields and many more. So why has there never been a book focusing on him? So, I decided it was time I took the...

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Listen to the Rain Questions from Michael Dante

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Listen to the Rain Questions from Michael Dante 1 - Why did you write Listen to the Rain? As an actor in my younger days, I wanted to play the role of a ballplayer, with a twist. So, I authored this story.2 – What is the story about? The complex journey of a young man chasing his dream and finding love along the way.3 – Why is this story important to you? The dramatic, complex story gives an actor with athletic ability the opportunity to play this interesting role.4 – Do you have a favorite character in the book? Michael...

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Q & A With Rolfe Kanefsky – Author of “MAKING NOTHING AT THE AGE OF 20

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 Q & A With Rolfe Kanefsky – Author of “MAKING NOTHING AT THE AGE OF 20 Q: Why write a book?   A: Well, there’s an old saying, “Write what you know”. And “Making Nothing” is definitely something I know since it’s the story of my life through the development and eventually distribution of my first professional feature film, “THERE’S NOTHING OUT THERE”- “A Horror Film of Comic Proportions”.   Q: What was the inspiration of the book?   A: My judgmental college advisor. I was attending Hampshire College trying to major in film. While I was making Super 8mm...

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