Graeme Burk is the co-author (with Robert Smith?) of the upcoming book Who’s 50 – The 50 Doctor Who Stories to Watch Before You Die (ECW Press). He also co-wrote with Smith? the best-selling and award-winning guide to the New Series of Doctor Who, Who Is The Doctor (also ECW Press), and co-edited an anthology of fan writing on the Classic and New Series of Doctor Who, Time Unincorporated (Mad Norwegian Press).
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Many of you know Canadian author Julie E. Czerneda as the former biologist turned science fiction novelist published by DAW Books NY. You may have read her Clan Chronicles series, or be a fan of Mac or Esen from her other work. Maybe you’ve heard she’s an editor. Also true. Now prepare to meet the Julie you don’t know. Read More »
J.M. Frey is an actor, voice actor, and SF/F author, fanthropologist and pop culture scholar. She’s appeared in podcasts, documentaries, and on television to discuss all things geeky through the lens of academia.
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Sherry Ginn earned both her M.A. (1984) and Ph.D. (1988) in General-Experimental Psychology from the University of South Carolina. She has published numerous research articles in the fields of neuroscience and psychology, but currently focuses her extracurricular work on the intersection of popular culture with psychology and neuroscience. Read More »
Aaron Gulyas is a historian and professor at Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan. He is currently working on In Fandom’s Shadow, a combination memoir/analysis of becoming a fan in a Doctor Who world shaped by the maelstrom of fanzine and internet discourse as much as the actual show itself. Read More »
Gillian Leitch is the editor of Doctor Who in Time and Space: Essays on Themes, Characters, History and Fandom, 1963-2012, and is a historian researcher working in Ottawa, ON. Read More »
Robert Smith? co-wrote Who Is The Doctor: The Unofficial Guide to Doctor Who — The New Series (ECW Press, 2012), which won the silver award for the pop culture section of the 2013 Independent Publishers Book Award, and the forthcoming Who’s 50: The Fifty Doctor Who Stories to Watch Before You Die (ECW Press, October 2013). Read More »
Nikki Stafford is the author of the critically acclaimed Finding Lost series, a collection of informative guides to the television show Lost, as well as guides to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Alias, and Xena. She has appeared on TV and radio as a respected commentator on pop culture and television, and has been quoted by several media outlets. Read more