Jonathon Rosenthal, the head organizer of The Group That Shall Not Be Named chats with The Genre Traveler about Harry Potter fandom. Along the way we discuss what the group does at meetings, Muggle Quidditch, how Harry Potter fandom is becoming a part of the culture, the literary value of the Harry Potter books, secret […]
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What’s so cool about science fiction horror from the 1980s? In this snippet, Donna Shannon shares her experience growing up a science fiction and horror fan, and her thoughts on what made Alien and The Terminator so special. To listen to the complete Episode 12, go to Podcast Episode 12: Fandom and Life Lessons.
In episode 12, Carma chats with author and fellow science fiction fan Donna Shannon about how Star Wars affected the way we look at the world; the works of P.K. Dick; the evolution of print fiction and how Netflix is helping genre fans discover small and independent gems such as Dead and Breakfast starring Jeffery […]
I just heard on the radio this morning that the Baltimore Comic-Con was this weekend. I mention it for two reasons. First, many genre fans are comic fans, too. So, some of my readers may find this of interest. If this is you, you can find out all you need to know at www.comicon.com/baltimore. Second, […]