Want to learn more about The Star Wars Historical Sourcebook? On Wednesday, September 3, 2019, Jimmy Mac and Jason Swank interviewed me on Rebel Force Radio, the premiere podcast for all things Star Wars. They perform a valuable service to Star Wars fandom, preserving views and interviews covering the world’s greatest science fantasy franchise. For Volume One of the Sourcebook, they allowed me to quote marketing director and publicist Charles Lippincott. They provided the opportunity for me to publicly thank Craig Miller, Steve Sansweet, Jo Donaldson and Gary Kurtz for their generous help on the project. It was an honor to be on Rebel Force Radio.
Here’s what they say about the episode posted today, September 6, 2019, “From Modesto to The Mandalorian: STAR WARS Past & Future”:
We go back to the future this week on RFR! In our post-D23 review, we review THE MANDALORIAN trailer shot-by-shot and speculate about plot points and character motivation. We have interview highlights from the convention with the show’s bad guy Moff Gideon, Giancarlo Espositio. Plus, more production updates from THE RISE OF SKYWALKER via comments from director J.J. Abrams and composer John Williams teases the end of Episode IX. Historian W.R. Miller joins us IN THE CANTINA to talk about his book THE STAR WARS HISTORICAL SOURCEBOOK, the first of a multi-volume collection preserving the history of Star Wars via an incredible collection of interview excerpts spanning the years in books, newspapers and magazines. Volume One is available now! Also this week, we take a sound effect from RETURN OF THE JEDI into the RFR Soundlab and compare it to audio heard in the TROS “Sizzle Reel” footage with surprising results. And, we have the latest “Mr. Iger” voicemail and it’s packed with exclusive info not revealed at D23.
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