Fans speculate on the Episode VII opener at Hollywood.com, Timothy Zahn sits down with Target Audience Magazine, and Her Universe parties with RebelForce Radio and Year of the Fangirl contributors. . . . → Read More: Fans Speculate Episode VII Opener, Zahn Talks, and Fangirls Party
Does a hero’s parents have to die? This post challenges the way storyteller consider mythology. . . . → Read More: Why Do We Write The Things We Do?
Fangirls Around the Web featuring Star Wars at San Diego Comic-Con 2013. . . . → Read More: Fangirls Around the Web: San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Edition – Part One: Star Wars
Mara, Jaina, and other female characters in Star Wars have received a lot of attention lately. . . . → Read More: Ladies of Star Wars Exposed
Tricia sits down to discuss the ladies of Star Wars with Dan and Correy of Coffee With Kenobi. . . . → Read More: Coffee With Kenobi Discusses the Ladies of Star Wars
Ashley Eckstein to chat with Star Wars Books fans today. . . . → Read More: UPDATED: Ashley Eckstein Star Wars Books Chat Today
For months we’ve seen persistent rumors of a female protagonist for Episode VII. Alyssa Rosenberg is optimistic, too. In her article at ThinkProgress she considers existing Expanded Universe characters who might fit the bill. . . . → Read More: Female Characters from the Expanded Universe for Episode VII?
Tricia interviewed Star Wars author Timothy Zahn at Star Wars Celebration VI. His ebook novella Winner Lose All went on sale December 10. . . . → Read More: Zahn Talks Scoundrels, Bink, and Heists
Lex here with today’s post. Naturally, the biggest news in the Star Wars franchise in fifteen years erupted two days before the start of NaNoWriMo, when Tricia has committed all her writing time to finalizing her novel Wynde. The team of FANgirl contributors and I will do our best to keep the blog rolling while she’s away. We’ll start with some great coverage inspired by the announcement of the Sequel Trilogy. . . . → Read More: Fangirls, Family, and Female Characters in Star Wars’ Future
Fangirls in the news and pop culture in late July and early August. . . . → Read More: Fangirls Around the Web: August 5, 2012