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Shuttle Pod: The Podcast Episode 6 – Mars Trek

Star Trek is all about exploring strange new worlds and the wonders of the 20-something-th century. But, you know what’s cool about living in 2015? We ARE exploring strange new worlds! Right now! All over our galactic neighborhood called the Solar System (and even a little bit beyond thanks to Voyager). The focus of humanity’s […]

A (Science Fictional) Thanksgiving Prayer for You

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

So it’s Thanksgiving tomorrow, when the family will be all around the table, ready to dig in — but someone will have to say grace first! And it might be you! And if you’re worried that you will draw a blank in the heat of the moment, sputtering nonsense until the gravy grows cold, fear […]

In Which The Doubleclicks Tell You What an Awful Person I Am — In Song!

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

As you may recall, a couple of months ago I did a fundraiser for Con or Bust, in which you lovely folks raised over $10k to help science fiction and fantasy fans of color go to conventions and conferences in exchange for me recording audio for a satirical eBook that talked about terrible I was, […]

Shuttle Pod – The Podcast Episode 5: Star Trek Returns to Television (sort of)!

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi :

Hey, everyone! There’s going to be a new Star Trek series! On television! This week on Shuttle Pod, we dissect last week’s announcement about the 6th (or 7th) Star Trek series and speculate not only on the theme, characters, universe, and story of the new series, but also about how it will fare on it’s […]

On the Occasion of Reaching 90,000 Twitter Followers

4 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

I noticed I was less than 30 followers away from 90K Twitter followers a little bit ago, and said if we reached 90K in 20 minutes I would murder an 80s song (in retrospect I should have murdered a 90s song, but, well, whatever). I had barely tweeted that when I crossed the 90k threshold. […]

Shuttle Pod – The Podcast Episode 4: Celebrating Star Trek Voyager’s 20th Anniversary

Having premiered in January 1995, Voyager has been celebrating its 20th anniversary. Before that anniversary ends and the series becomes legal to drink, we at Trek Movie wanted to pause and reflect on the series much as we’d done with TNG two shows ago, answering the question what is Voyager’s legacy? Subscribe to Shuttle Pod: […]

Shuttle Pod – The Podcast Episode 3: Great Links #1

This week, a newsy addition of Shuttle Pod. Kayla, Brian, and Jared discuss Rick Berman’s maybe appearance in Vegas next year, news (or lack thereof) concerning Star Trek Beyond, and the latest on fan productions and new books. Plus, Jared introduces Treknecdotes. Subscribe to Shuttle Pod: The Podcast on iTunes and Pocket Casts!   […]

Shuttle Pod – The Podcast Now on iTunes + Episode 2: How Well Has TNG Aged?

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi :

The Next Generation may not be celebrating an important milestone (like VOY’s 20 years this year or TOS’s 50 years next year), but we felt it was time to take a look back at what is arguably the most commercially successful incarnation of the Star Trek franchise. This week, Brian and Jared are joined by […]

Introducing Shuttle Pod – The TrekMovie Podcast: V’Ger v. Nomad

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi :

A few months ago, TrekMovie writer Jared Whitley made a casual comment that the TOS episode “The Changeling” was better than Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Fellow TM writer Brian Drew picked up the gauntlet Jared threw down, and the two decided to debate the respective merits of the two tales, which are similar in […]

“John Scalzi Is Not A Very Popular Author And I Myself Am Quite Popular,” the Audiobook, Read by Me, John Scalzi

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

Quick recap: John Scalzi Is Not A Very Popular Author And I Myself Am Quite Popular is a parody of an ebook by an obnoxious bigot who is obsessed with me, and I said (full details here) that if people raised $2,500 for Con or Bust, which funds science fiction convention memberships for people of color, […]

And Now, For No Reason Other Than It’s a Lazy Sunday, a Ranking of My Creative/Artistic Abilities

5 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

Also because I figure it might be fun and interesting to list them. So here they are, in order of my own personal opinion of my competency with them. 1. Writing. I mean, duh. You don’t do something professionally and profitably for a quarter of a century without being rather proficient at it. I think it can […]

Wil Wheaton Beams Into Mission Log

6 months agoGenres / Sci Fi :

Our friends at Mission Log are doing a wonderful job chronicling the development of the Star Trek philosophy, providing a detailed of each episode sequentially week after week. This week, however, they’ve added a “supplemental” with an exclusive almost two-hour interview with Wil Wheaton. The candid discussion focuses more on the young actor’s experience on […]

The War of the Worlds Rehearsal

In a few hours, I’m heading to the theatre for the final rehearsal for tonight’s performance of The War of the Worlds, as part of the 2015 Sci-Fi Fest. I have the great honor and privilege of playing Orson Welles as Professor Pierson. It’s a bit of a dream come true for me, because I’ve … Continue reading The War of the Worlds Rehearsal ?

That Time I Remixed a Depeche Mode Song

11 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

More than a dozen years ago (yikes) Depeche Mode did a contest where they invited people to remix their then-latest single “I Feel Love,” for some prize I do not remember because, yeah, like I was going to win. Nevertheless I’m a Depeche Mode fan and I thought it would be fun to take a … Continue reading That Time I Remixed a Depeche Mode Song ?

a brief history of Radio Free Burrito

Way back in 2005, when I was trying to figure out where the next mortgage payment would come from, I tried just about anything creative that I could think of to help support my family. Mostly, I did that by writing. I did columns and freelance work, and wrote a few books. It was creatively … Continue reading a brief history of Radio Free Burrito ?

Radio Free Burrito’s Experimental Episode

I had an idea, so I tried it out. I’m publishing it now, before I have a chance to back out and change my mind. Show Notes: The audio isn’t perfectly clean. That is by design. This is an experiment. Radio Free Burrito doesn’t work as hard as Memories of the Futurecast did to earn … Continue reading Radio Free Burrito’s Experimental Episode ?

TrekInk: Star Trek/Planet of the Apes Christmas Special

11 months agoGenres / Sci Fi :

IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios will celebrate the holiday season by releasing the first issue of a five-issue mini-series crossover event featuring Star Trek and Planet of the Apes. While we wait for The Primate Directive #1, please join TrekMovie for a look at Trek and Apes of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. […]

Podcast: Misssion Log 107 – Star Trek: TNG’s ‘Datalore’

The 13th episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation gives us two Spiners for the price of one, with Data’s rascally twin Lore being introduced. Listen to the Mission Log gang discuss "Datalore" in the latest podcast below. Mission Log 108 – “Datalore” (Star Trek: TNG Season 1, Episode 13) What does it mean to […]

the audacity of derivative works

This weekend, my friends hosted a 1920s occult party. There were tarot readings, Ouija boards, and a seance. Everyone was encouraged to attend in appropriate attire, and we sipped absinthe while movies like The Golem and Fantomas were projected on the walls. Anne and I got our clothes from Unique Vintage and Clockwork Couture. While […]

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