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Most recent interview:

[Tom Taylor]

Tom Taylor
Published: 24th June 2010
Born in Melbourne, Australia, Tom Taylor is an award-winning writer of theatre, television, radio, musicals, film, magazines, satirical news, sketch comedy and comic books. He is the author of several Star Wars comic stories from Dark Horse Comics including the ongoing Invasion series (set during the devastating Yuuzhan Vong invasion of The New Jedi Order) as well as the graphic novella Star Wars Adventures: Luke Skywalker and the Treasure of the Dragonsnakes.
Read the interview.

Previous interviews:

[John Jackson Miller]

John Jackson Miller
Published: 10th March 2010
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic comic book series ended in February. It spanned some fifty comic books (plus a #0 and handbook release), and has taken nearly four years to reach its climatic conclusion. Knights of the Old Republic is the creation of one person, John Jackson Miller, who has garlanded praise for Knights of the Old Republic's story, and has become a favourite of Star Wars Expanded Universe fans for not just Knights of the Old Republic but also for his Lost Tribe of the Sith e-book novellas. Read the interview.

[Paul S. Kemp]

Paul S. Kemp
Published: 20th January 2010
Paul S. Kemp is the author of Crosscurrent, a story that links the ancient Jedi and Sith wars of The Old Republic with events that are beginning to unfold in the Fate of the Jedi series.
Paul is a graduate of the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the University of Michigan law school and his reading tastes run the gamut from Shakespeare to Tom Clancy, although it has been said that he is particularly fond of Milton. Apparently the best advice on life he ever received was from an undergraduate college professor in political science: always extend yourself. Paul tries to keep that advice in mind at all times. Read the interview.

[Joe Schreiber]

Joe Schreiber
Published: 4th October 2009
Joe Schreiber is the author of Death Troopers, the first Star Wars horror novel. Joe, the self-titled "Scary Parent", is a well-known horror author with two previous horror novels published while the release of Death Troopers coincides with the release of his third, No Doors, No Windows. Joe was born in Michigan but spent his formative years in Alaska, Wyoming, and Northern California. He lives in central Pennsylvania with his wife, two young children, and several original Star Wars action figures. Read the interview.

[Matthew Stover]

Matthew Stover
Published: 20th December 2008
Matthew Stover is the author of four Star Wars novels: Traitor (2002) - which formed part of The New Jedi Order story arc; Shatterpoint (2003) - a tale of the Clone Wars featuring Mace Windu; the novelisation of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005) - an international bestseller; and Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor (2008) - the tale of the Alliance's efforts to stop Lord Shadowspawn and his legions of shadow stormtroopers from resurrecting the Empire only one year after the deaths of the Emperor and Darth Vader. Read the interview.

[Karen Miller]

Karen Miller
Published: 25th November 2008
Karen Miller is the author of The Clone Wars: Wild Space.
She is an established author with two Stargate tie-in books and eight original novels published. Her first novel, The Innocent Mage, was published in 2005 and was a finalist in Australia's Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Speculative Fiction. Two other of Karen's books, Empress (of Mijak) and The Riven Kingdom, were selected for The Tiptree Award Honor List in 2007. Read the interview.


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