Seven Seasons of Buffy: Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Discuss Their Favorite Television Show

Seven Seasons of Buffy: Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Discuss Their Favorite Television Show

Glenn Yeffeth David Brin Justine Larbalestier Jennifer Crusie Marguerite Krause Sarah Zettel Charlaine Harris Jacqueline Lichtenberg Kevin Andrew Murphy Carla Montgomery Christie Golden Jean Lorrah Roxanne Longstreet Conrad Margaret L. Carter Lawrence Watt-Evans Nancy Holder Nancy Kilpatrick Sherrilyn Kenyon Scott Westerfeld Peg Aloi Chelsea Quinn Yarbro Laura Resnick Michelle West
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This collection of irreverent and surprising essays about the popular television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer includes pieces by leading science fiction and fantasy authors. Contributors include bestselling legend David Brin, critically acclaimed novelist Scott Westerfeld, cult-favorite vampire author Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and award-winner Sarah Zettel. The show and its cast are the topics of such critical pieces as Lawrence Watt-Evans's “Matchmaking in Hellmouth” and Sherrilyn Kenyon's “The Search for Spike's Balls.” An informed introduction for those not well acquainted with the show, and a source of further research for Buffy buffs, this book raises interesting questions concerning a much-loved program and future cult classic.
Language
English
Pages
240
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Smart Pop
Release
September 10, 2003
ISBN
1932100083
ISBN 13
9781932100082
This collection of irreverent and surprising essays about the popular television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer includes pieces by leading science fiction and fantasy authors. Contributors include bestselling legend David Brin, critically acclaimed novelist Scott Westerfeld, cult-favorite vampire author Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and award-winner Sarah Zettel. The show and its cast are the topics of such critical pieces as Lawrence Watt-Evans's “Matchmaking in Hellmouth” and Sherrilyn Kenyon's “The Search for Spike's Balls.” An informed introduction for those not well acquainted with the show, and a source of further research for Buffy buffs, this book raises interesting questions concerning a much-loved program and future cult classic.
Language
English
Pages
240
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Smart Pop
Release
September 10, 2003
ISBN
1932100083
ISBN 13
9781932100082

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