Considered by many to be one of the most prolific writers of science fiction, Mike Resnick‘s accomplishments include numerous awards from around the world, including the U.S.A., France, Japan, Spain, Croatia, and Poland. This year, Mike received his 31st Hugo nomination; he has won five Hugos to date. His work includes the Santiago series, the Widowmaker series, and the Starship… Read more →
Robert Englund has had a long and illustrious career, but he’s best known for his roles in V as Willy, one of the Visitors who was sympathetic to the human resistance fighters, but more so as the feared Freddy Kruger in the phenomenal Nightmare on Elm Street series as the stalker of sleeping teenagers, killing them in their dreams. Robert… Read more →
I was fortunate in garnering interviews with four award-winning authors: Susan Kearney, Sandra Hill, Lori Handeland, and Susan Sizemore. Each of these ladies has published multiple books and experienced great success in the literary world. You can purchase their books at the Missing Volume Science and Fantasy Bookseller at www.themissingvolume.com.
David Nykl, known to science fiction fans as Radek Zelenka, the foil to David Hewlett‘s Rodney McKay on Stargate Atlantis, was gracious enough to sit down with us on the next to last day of Dragon*Con 2008. Daily Dragon (DD): We know you speak fluent Czech, so do the writers tell you what they want you to say, or do… Read more →
Sean Astin, best known to con-goers for his role as Samwise Gamgee in The Lord of the Rings, is attending his first Dragon*Con. He agreed to sit down for a chat with the Daily Dragon. Before we began, Sean said with a wide smile, “I love Dragon*Con. I LOVE Dragon*Con!”
Cliff Simon is known for his portrayal of the vile and evil villain Ba’al on Stargate SG-1. The native South African, who wanted to be a swimmer early in his life, has become a legend with the Stargate SG-1 world for playing the ultimate bad guy but was nice enough to spare some of his valuable time to sit down… Read more →
Peter S. Beagle is best known for his novel, The Last Unicorn. This is the fourth year Peter has come to Dragon*Con. In addition to speaking at various panels, he was gracious enough to sit down and chat with the Daily Dragon.
Gareth David-Lloyd is best known to science fiction fans as Ianto Jones, Torchwood‘s suit-clad alien fighter, as well as for keeping the alien-crime fighting team in coffee. Dragon*Con is Gareth’s second American appearance after visiting Comic-Con in San Diego last month. He took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to talk with the Daily Dragon.