G & T Show 8 Kirsten Beyer Interview
The G & T Show’s eighth episode is now available for downloading. Please be sure to check it out. This week Gettysburg and Terilynn interview Kirsten Beyer and talk about the Bring Back Janeway Panel from the Shore Leave Convention and so much more.
Before getting into it, they talk about Mary Czerwinski’s Make Me Dehner. Teri reminds everyone to check out her Fan Fic Pick, Star Trek Gibralter by Sam Redfeather. They also discuss James Swallow‘s new book Star Trek – Cast No Shadows, his blog, livejournal, and his twitter feed. They cover Michael Hinman’s Airlock Alpha. Please give Sci Fi Diner Podcast a listen.
Star Trek Online’s Foundry is now back online, so they recommended Star Trek Online Foundry Missions by CaptPFDennis (Class Dismissed Parts I & II) and OldLordSkull (The Second To Last Outpost). After the interview, they talk about it and the discourse leads to a discussion of Voyager and Star Trek in general.
Finally, they remind us that the G & T Show’s Book Club discussion of Star Trek Vanguard Declassified on August 21st. Play the Foundry Missions du Jour as well as missions by Havraha. And, they ask their listeners to submit Foundry missions that are very Trek in nature to [email protected].
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