Amy Richau, author of the new book “I Love You. I Know. Lessons in Love & Friendship,” comes back on the show to talk about the writing process, her 365 Star Wars Project, and her time long ago working at Skywalker Ranch as a film archivist. Plus, Amy revisits her 2018 Star Wars dinner and gives a new answer! All this and more on this episode.
Caitlin and Charlotte welcome writer Amy Ratcliffe (“The Jedi Mind”, “Women of the Galaxy”, Lattes with Leia) to Skytalkers to discuss her new book, “The Jedi Mind”! Amy discusses the importance of mindfulness and how it intersects with Star Wars. Plus, Amy leads a breathing exercise that you can do while listening to de-stress. All this and more on this episode!
Caitlin and Charlotte are joined by author Ian Doescher to discuss the wonderful intersection of Shakespeare and Star Wars with the new release of “The Merry Rise of Skywalker”. We talk process, parallels, the Reylo Romeo & Juliet parts, Hamlet comparisons, and much, much more.
E. Anne Convery, the author of the Nightsisters story “Bug” in “The Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark” joins Caitlin and Charlotte to discuss her background in fairy tales and mythology, Star Wars, her favorite things about Celebration, writing “Bug”, the collective unconscious, The Clone Wars finale, her namesake convors (Morai!), and so much more. Light spoilers for her new story, “Bug.”
Sarah Kuhn, author of “Doctor Aphra: An Audiobook Original,” joins Caitlin and Charlotte in a spoiler-filled conversation about the recently-released audio drama. We talk process, inspirations, and more — including Sarah’s Star Wars Dinner picks.
Caitlin and Charlotte welcome fanzine creator and collage artist Kara DJ to the show to discuss the history of fanzines, fandom, the process of fanzine creation, and much more, including Kara’s Star Wars Dinner!