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HTP Episode 014 – D.J. Fielding

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D. J. Fielding is best known for his role as Zordon from the Power Rangers franchise. More recently, he has become a published author. The two of us spend a lot of time discussing literature, civility, and finding life-lessons in kid’s TV shows.


Here’s where you can check out D.J.’s work:

Official Site, Strange Happenings, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram


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Our New Instagram page! – More social media space for Hungry Trilobyte!



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HTP Episode 013 – Dr. Erin Macdonald

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Dr. Erin Macdonald is an astrophysicist, and aerospace engineer, and the host of the YouTube series Dr. Erin Explains the Universe. This was a great discussion about how to balance science fact with the needs of fiction, as well as how writing for science has changed as we’ve advanced our scientific knowledge.


Here’s where you can check out Erin’s work:

Official Site, Dr. Erin Explains the Universe, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram


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Memory Alpha – The prime resource for all Star Trek worldbuilding.



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HTP Episode 012 – Lee Sargent (Lee Draws Stuff)

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Lee Sargent is a popular artist, known for his childlike interpretations of scenes from Star Trek, Dr. Who, and Stargate. Lee feels passionately about letting people enjoy stories on their own terms, that stories are about escapism and creativity. What I love about this chat is that we get to discuss the balance between an artist’s original intention and the audience’s vision. We also get to talk about Australia’s wildlife and doing cons outside the US, with such awesome events as Oz Comic Con and Supanova in his backyard.


Here’s where you can check out Lee’s work:

Twitter, Facebook, Lee Draws Stuff


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Acts of Gord – Hilarious blog written by the owner of an independent video game store in Canada.



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HTP Episode 011 – Arch Hall Jr.

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Arch Hall Jr. is known to drive-in movie fans as the star of movies such as Eegah and The Sadist. In this episode, Arch talks about making “drive in” era movies, as well as the guidance his father, Arch Hall Sr., gave him to get started in the business. What was it like making cheap movies in the early 60s?



Here’s where you can keep tabs on Arch Hall Jr.:

Facebook, Arch’s Personal Website


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Archive.org – A fantastic place to find any kind of data that’s been abandoned to the basements of the internet. Old movies, old recordings, website copies, and so much more.



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HTP Episode 010 – Madison Spencer Engle

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Madison Spencer Engle is a favorite in the Star Trek Cosplay community. Not only is she one of the most popular “Beverly Crushers” on the convention floor, but she’s very active on social media giving advice and helping fellow cosplay fans get the recognition they deserve. Madison actually took her love of costuming into the industry, having spent years as a costumer for Star Trek: Voyager, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Austin Powers. She frequently does her cosplay to benefit such causes as Hope’s Kids and Walk for the Blind



Here’s where you can keep tabs on Madison, and follow her positivity:

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram


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Satellite News – The prime resource for all things MST3k. Episode guides, episode reviews, cataloging of obscure references, and the most comprehensive history of the show ever in one spot. Also a moderate amount of Keefe.



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HTP Episode 009 – J.K. Woodward

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J.K. Woodward is one of the top comic artists with IDW Publishing, known for his work on Star Trek and Doctor Who titles. In this episode, we discuss Trek history, the role the comics have played in the franchise, as well as his collaboration with Peter David. J.K. also discusses the SDCC announcement of a Mirror Voyager one-shot. Also, during our talk, I make reference to my wall art, a painting called “Of Bajor” by Brandon Bird.



Here’s where you can keep tabs on J.K and his work:

Facebook, Twitter,Instagram, Go Trek Yourself Podcast , Official Website


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The 7th Matrix – Blogger Rod Faulkner (@RodTFaulkner) uses his blog to review independent science fiction films and filmmakers. His podcast, Eye on Sci Fi, has a lot of great one-on-one discussions. With so many people making indie films these days, it’s hard to find the real talent, and Rod has an excellent eye.



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HTP Episode 008 – Christen Stovall

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Christen Stovall is the author of the Song of Souls trilogy of novels. We cover a lot of ground about fiction, reality, life, death, and eating giant turkey legs at the Renaissance Fair. During the discussion, she mentions that the third book, Boundless, in the series is done, and that the Kindle Version of the second book, Soulfire, is on sale.



Here’s where you can keep tabs on Christen and her work:

Facebook, Twitter,Instagram, Official Website



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Sci Fi Film Fiesta – SFFF compiles recommendations for offbeat and semi-obscure vintage sci-fi movies, often complete with YouTube links. Great for finding a Saturday Afternoon Movie in a hurry.



5D – This combination blog and podcast features articles and interviews about lots of genre movies, from The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot to Trouble is My Business. You can follow their podcast on YouTube or in Audio format.

Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/5Dblog, Twitter, Instagram


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