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The following is a list of individuals who were interviewed by the hosts of Anomaly and Anomaly Supplemental. Affiliations listed reflect the individual’s primary association as of the date of the interview.
Is an artist and a writer living in Evanston, Chicago. She is the mother of three daughters…one of them being Katie Goldman, a little girl who was taunted at school for being a Star-Wars-fan at the ripe old age of seven. Carrie is working on her first book, which is an exploration of bullying. It will be published by Harper Collins in 2012. Read the show notes and listen to the interview here.
Actress, writer and producer of the web series “Awkward Embraces“. Mills has also written, produced, and co-starred in a movie trailer for a supernatural thriller, Death Echoes, about a detective whose serial-killer father’s murders are being copied years later, and the only hope he has of figuring out who’s committing the new crimes is to enlist the help of his emotionally damaged sister, who sees visions of murders months or even years later, in the locations where they have occurred. Mills is a member of SAG and can be seen in Ben Stiller’s latest movie, Greenberg. Read the show notes and listen to the interview here.
Is an American singer-songwriter, known for her songs containing themes of geek culture, as well as her rise to popularity through the use of the Internet and social networking. The song “”I’ll Still Be a Geek After Nobody Thinks It’s Chic (The Nerd Anthem)” is played with Marian’s permission as Anomaly Supplemental’s theme song and as the theme music for the Anomaly of Women in Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Fandom series of episodes. Read the show notes and listen to the interview here.
Is a former science writer who produces an educational podcast Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing, which promotes the proper use of the English language and was named one of the best podcasts of 2007 by iTunes. She is also the founder of the Quick and Dirty Tips network and the author of Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips to Clean Up Your Writing, which was named one of the top five audiobooks of 2007 by iTunes. She’s also the author of Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing. In August 2008, the book was named number nine on the New York Times Best Seller List. In March 2009, the audiobook version was nominated for a 2009 Audie Award, and in July 2009, “O, The Oprah Magazine” listed the audiobook as one of its “must-hear audiobooks. Her second book, The Grammar Devotional, was published by Holt in October 2009. In July of 2011, Henry Holt published Grammar Girl Presents the Ultimate Writing Guide for Students, and St. Martin’s Griffin published Grammar Girl’s 101 Words Every High School Graduate Needs to Know and Grammar Girl’s 101 Misused Words You’ll Never Confuse Again, which was a”Washington Post” bestseller the week of July 31, 2011. Read the show notes and listen to the interview here.
Is a freelance writer, podcast producer, geek, fangirl and mother. She’s been published in Escape Pod, Hub and has two books in print (Playing for Keeps and Tricks of the Podcasting Masters.) She is the current editor of Escape Pod magazine and host of I Should Be Writing. She was named one of the Top Ten Savvy Women in Podcasting, 2006. Her book Tricks of the Podcasting Masters was named one of the top reference books for 2006 by Amazon.com, and in 2007 she one a Parsec Award for Best Writing Podcast. Read the show notes and listen to the interview here.
Is an actress, best known for her portrayal of Venom in the web series The Guild. She was also a member of Full Radius Dance. Learn more about the plays and television shows she’s appeared in here. Read the show notes and listen to the interview here.
Is Virgin Galactic‘s Vice President of Special Projects. Virgin Galactic is a company within Richard Branson’s Virgin Group which plans to provide sub-orbital spaceflights to the paying public, along with suborbital space science missions and orbital launches of small satellites. Further in the future Virgin Galactic hopes to offer orbital human spaceflights as well. Read the show notes and listen to the interview here.
Is an indi author and Technology and Geek Life writer for the Austin Post. She’s published twenty two books including her most popular thus far: Steamdrunks: 101 Steampunk Cocktails and Mix Drinks. Chris-Rachael’s most recent release is Dining with the Doctor: The Unauthorized Whovian Cookbook. Read the show notes and listen to the interview here. You can find more about Chris-Rachael and her books on her Amazon.com page.