Pulitzer Prize-winning Author Paul Watson talks about his book Ice Ghosts: The Epic Hunt for the Lost Franklin Expedition - the historical story behind AMC's The Terror (Season 1).
Scott shares his thoughts about Season 2 of The Mandalorian. This week's special guest is artist Luke Flowers, whose career includes providing artwork for several children's books and popular characters (Mister Rogers, The Muppets, etc.). His latest book, Labyrinth: The ABC Storybook re-tells the story of the iconic Jim Henson movie through the letters in the alphabet. It's a book that should please fans of all ages.
Check out Luke's website - Luke Flowers Creative
Get the book on Amazon -The Labyrinth ABC Storybook
Scott shares some pros and cons about every Star Wars trilogy. Then, Dan Zehr and Cole Horton join the show to discuss the exciting and challenging process of creating an in-depth, comprehensive publication focused on the entire Star Wars Universe in The Star Wars Book: Expand your knowledge of a galaxy far, far away.
Today's episode features a new format and new guests!
First, Scott talks about his skepticism when it comes to viral and reaction videos. Then, the band Hyperspace join the show to discuss nerdy songs like "The Ghost of Carrie Fisher", "Ramona" and "Do or Do Not" as part of their album Emulator. They'll also discuss the creative process, nerdy passions and copyright challenges that have gone into producing their music.
Check out lead singer Jason Kochis's cool art project - Rock Solider Book
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