Tag?: Serenity

Interview with Keith R.A. DeCandido

16:34 minutes

Keith R.A. DeCandido was gracious enough to set aside some time for an interview with SpaceWesterns.com after the Space Cowboys discussion panel at Lunacon 50. — ed. N.E. Lilly

Interview with Matt Black, 2007 Browncoat Ball Chair

16:28 minutes

Matt Black is 2007 Chair of the Browncoat Ball, an annual roaming gathering of fans of the science fiction space western series Firefly and major motion picture Serenity created by Joss Whedon. This year the Browncoat Ball is being held in historic Philadelphia on the weekend of September 28th — ed. N.E. Lilly

Interview with The Bedlam Bards

11:02 minutes

While at the 2007 Browncoat Ball in Philadelphia, I interviewed Hawke and Cedric of The Bedlam Bards, a Renfolk musical group from Texas who had recently branched out into Filk, or Science Fiction Folk Music. — ed. N.E. Lilly

Interview with Jane Espenson

13 minute read

We feel honored not only to have been on Jane Espenson’s Blog Tour, not only to have had Jane as a judge for our Space Western Limerick Contest, and not only to have been visited twice by Jane during the entire event, but also to have been chosen as the final destination to round out her blog tour: with this interview. — ed. N.E. Lilly

Finding Serenity Review

6 minute read

Kenneth J. Newquist brings us a review of Jane Espenson’s unauthorized anthology of essays based on Joss Whedon’s Firefly ’verse. — ed, N.E. Lilly

Interview with Beth Nelson, 2008 Browncoat Ball Chair

8 minute read

Beth Nelson is 2008 Chair of the Browncoat Ball, an annual roaming gathering of fans of the science fiction space western series Firefly and major motion picture Serenity created by Joss Whedon. This year the Browncoat Ball is being held in Austin, Texas on the weekend of October 10th-12th — ed, N.E. Lilly

10 Most Influential Space Westerns

11 minute read

“10 Most Influential Space Westerns!? These can’t possibly be Space Westerns. And you surely don’t want me to believe that Space Westerns have any influence on real Science Fiction…” Yes, they are. Yes, I do. — ed, N.E. Lilly