Imperial Senate Podcast Episode XXI: Rebels, Erotica, & More

Imperial Senate Podcast Episode XXI: Rebels, Erotica, & More

Join Charlie, Nicky, and Kristen this week as they talk about the Rebel’s Season Four FINAL trailer, what’s next for Lucasfilm animation, and what we hope to see out of the Solo: A Star Wars Story film.

The Imperial Senate Podcast is part of the Not Saf For Work podcast network and can be found on Twitter at @ImpSenatePod and Facebook.

Sapphic Skywalkers: Amilyn Revisited & Rebels Midseason Trailer Reaction

Sapphic Skywalkers: Amilyn Revisited & Rebels Midseason Trailer Reaction

In this episode, Lynn and Natalie revisit their opinions on Amilyn Holdo in light of TLJ, and their thoughts about the lack of LGBT representation in the film. They also freak out about the very last Rebels trailer and speculate about how the show will end!

You can find Sapphic Skywalkers on Twitter @SapphicSkywalk and you can email us at [email protected]. You can also find us on the Not Saf for Work podcasting network feed and website where you can also check out some other cool podcasts!

The Lasso 09: The Last Jedi Review!

The Lasso 09: The Last Jedi Review!

Fun fact: Maia and Mike are Star Wars fans, too! There hasn’t been much good going on in Diana’s world recently so your hosts gather for the biggest thing happening now and delve into a special review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

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Sapphic Skywalkers: The Last Jedi Reaction

Sapphic Skywalkers: The Last Jedi Reaction

SPOILER ALERT: Lynn and Natalie talk about their initial reactions to The Last Jedi! Amilyn! Rose! Force Skype conversations! Everything is here!

You can find Sapphic Skywalkers on Twitter @SapphicSkywalk and you can email us at [email protected]. You can also find us on the Not Saf for Work podcasting network feed and website where you can also check out some other cool podcasts!

Sapphic Skywalkers: Sapphic Book Club #1: The Geek Feminist Revolution

Sapphic Skywalkers: Sapphic Book Club #1: The Geek Feminist Revolution

This week Lynn and Natalie react to the surprise new The Last Jedi TV spot, talk about the cute and powerful Riyo Chuchi, and delve into The Geek Feminist Revolution as the first part of Sapphic Book Club!

You can find the podcast on Twitter @SapphicSkywalk and you can email us at [email protected]. You can also find us on the Not Saf for Work podcasting network feed and website where you can also check out some other cool podcasts!

Blog Squadron – Mission #6: Sharing and Social Media

Blog Squadron – Mission #6: Sharing and Social Media

Blog Squadron is a series of posts from a handful of Star Wars bloggers sharing insight into how we got started blogging, what inspires us, how we succeed at our goals, and our approaches to blogging and writing. We hope that by sharing our knowledge, we can help others join us as Star Wars bloggers, and make it easier for newer fans to write about their love. Join us as we discuss sharing content, building audiences, and how social media has helped us as bloggers.


Blogmatis Personae

(Or, who the heckie are all these awesome bloggers?)

Matt ApplebeeFar, Far Away Radio.com

Jessie StardustTatooineDreams.com (Personal Blog, mostly Star Wars flavored) and PassionatelyCasual.com (Star Wars: The Old Republic podcast site.)

Patty Hammond: I currently write for my own EverydayFangirl.com and also for The Future Of The ForceStarWars.com and TheBeardedTrio.com.  I have previously wrote for The Cantina Cast and The Detroit News Geek Watch Blog.

Bryan:  I’ve posted on a few blogs along the way, but I’m exclusively on hyperspacepodblast.comnowadays.

Sophie: My personal blog is outerrimreviews.wordpress.com where I am chronicling my journey through the Star Wars Expanded Universe. I also write articles for farfarawayradio.com

Johnamarie MaciasTheWookieeGunner.com

Saf: I write sporadically for ToscheStation.netMakingStarWars.net, and TheWookieeGunner.com. I also write about Star Wars on my own site, NotSafForWork.com.


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Sapphic Skywalkers: Queer & A

Sapphic Skywalkers: Queer & A

Lynn and Natalie answers some listeners questions and play Shun, Marry, Date! Also, find out why Lynn thinks the great and wise Yaddle is her soulmate.

You can find the podcast on twitter @SapphicSkywalk and you can email us at [email protected]. You can also find us on the Not Saf for Work podcasting network feed and website where you can also check out some other cool shows!

Sapphic Skywalkers: Inqueeriority Complex

Sapphic Skywalkers: Inqueeriority Complex
[NEW PODCAST ALERT: Sapphic Skywalkers has joined the Not Saf For Work podcast network! Give them a big warm welcome with their latest episode, and find their previous episodes on the Sapphic Skywalkers feed on podcast apps.]

In today’s episode, Lynn and Natalie dive into the recent news, fangirl over Hera Syndulla, and talk about what it’s like being bi/queer in fandom.

You can find us on twitter @sapphicskywalk and you can email us at [email protected]

An Incomplete Ranking of 2015 STAR WARS Literature

An Incomplete Ranking of 2015 STAR WARS Literature

For someone who has fully embraced the new canon of Star Wars, this year has been a great year for reading. For the past two years I’ve been slowly making my way through the now-Legends novels  chronologically (though the X-wing series got pushed ahead, for obvious reasons), and I can definitely say the ratio of books I’ve enjoyed to those I’ve slogged through has been much higher with the new stuff than the old EU.

That’s not to say I don’t love what I’ve read of the old novels, but I absolutely adore some of the newer books, so much so that two of them have become two of my favourite books ever, something that none of the old EU books have managed to do so far. In fact, that list is damn hard to get onto, because I dislike almost everything I read.

Protip: never suggest I read your favourite book, because odds are I will hate it and will pick apart all the reasons I think it’s awful right before your very eyes. (I’m so sorry, friends who like The Name of the Wind.)

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Female Protagonists, Who Cares?

Female Protagonists, Who Cares?

While at PAX Australia earlier this month I tagged along to a panel called, Who Cares About Female Protagonists? with a friend because, well, I care about female protagonists a hell of a lot.

There’s a reason the majority of my favourite games are headed by women and girls, or at least give the player the option to pick their gender (props to you, BioWare.) These games make me feel like I can be a hero in a way male-led games do not. They make me feel like I can be something more than I am.

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