Eugie Foster

Eugie Foster

Eugie Foster was the long-time Director/Editor of the Daily Dragon an award-winning writer of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and YA/children's lit. She received the 2009 Nebula Award for her novelette, "Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast," the 2011 and 2012 Drabblecast People's Choice Award for Best Short Story for "The Wish of the Demon Achtromagk" and "Little Grace of the House of Death," and has been nominated for the Hugo, British Science Fiction, and Washington Science Fiction awards. Her works have been translated into eight languages, and her short fiction collection, Returning My Sister's Face and Other Far Eastern Tales of Whimsy and Malice, has been used as a textbook at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the University of California-Davis.

SFN – All the News That’s Fit to Rocket into Space

It’s such a good idea, such an obvious one, that it’s hard to believe that somebody hasn’t done it already.  A television program covering science fiction and science fact, SFN (Science Fiction News) is the brainchild of Don Black, who started the video news magazine on basic cable in 1990.  Since then, he has conducted hundreds of celebrity interviews with… Read more →

Behind the Curtains in the Principal’s Office

Par for the Buffy track since its inception two years ago, it was standing room only “In the Principal’s Office,” an hour with Armin Shimerman—the loved/hated Principal Snyder of Sunnydale High School on Buffy: the Vampire Slayer. After an extensive introduction—necessary in order to touch upon some of his impressive acting and writing credentials, including the Ferengi, Quark, on Star… Read more →

Horror, Mystery, and Sex!

That’s what Women in Horror should have been called.  Laurell K. Hamilton, author of the Anita Blake series and the new Meredith Gentry series (A Kiss of Shadows), and Paula Guran, editor of Horror Garage, fielded questions about writing horror and the publishing world.  Unsurprisingly, especially if you’ve read any of Hamilton’s books or seen Horror Garage, the topic kept… Read more →

What is It About the Green Ones?

Last season of the TV series Angel, viewers were introduced to the green-skinned, yellow-suited, karaoke-singing, demonic Host With the Most played by Andrew Hallett.  Being a huge Buffy/Angel fan, when I saw that he was coming to Dragon*Con 2001, I was there–along with hundreds of other fans. An Hour with Andrew Hallett in the Montreal room was strictly standing room… Read more →

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