Tiffanie Lovett is a figure skater based out of San Diego, CA. A lifelong fan of science fiction, one day she felt the need to perform her ice dances to the music from Star Trek, and a new passion for fusing her art with scifi was born! In this episode of Hungry Trilobyte, Tiffanie clues me in on the world of ice skating and the two of us compare notes on, not only Trek, but Babylon 5, Stargate, and the Olympics.
To see Tiffanie in action, check out her YouTube channel! Follow her on Twitter and Instagram, and support her on GoFundMe!
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Joseph Mallozzi is a highly accomplished writer, with series such as Utopia Falls and Dark Matter to his credit. However, the work I couldn’t resist talking about was his work on the Stargate series, joining SG1 in Season 4 and helping launch Atlantis and Universe. Joe and I talk about world-building, US Military support of the show, the importance of humor in science fiction, and the Richard Dean Anderson factor. Because Jack O’Neill is awesome.
We also get to take some awesome tangents into talking about getting kids into reading (the Harry Potter Effect) and getting them to keep reading after they grow up (the Post-Harry-Potter effect). Also, how has the shortened TV season trend changed showrunning?
You can follow Joeseph on his official website/blog, JosephMallozzi.com, as well as his Twitter feed.
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