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Looking for a few good chicks

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

Hello world! Once again I find myself feeling as though I’m standing on the first floor of a multi-story department store, staring up and around, wondering where all of the customers are. Unfortunately, we are short on quirky artists and their magical mannequins, and thus I have no idea how we’re going to make this […]

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Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

A long time ago in a galaxy not so very far, far away … … actually, it was the late seventies, era of Charlie’s Angels, Abba, and ‘pocket’ calculators the size of house-bricks. I saw Star Wars in 1978 (it came to the UK a year later than in the US; and there was no […]

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Recipes From a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

Hi, Everyone! I am as tickled as a wild gundark to be part of the Star Wars Chicks community!  I will be serving as a recipe writer for our site.  I hope to post about once a week, and will be bringing you plenty of ideas to whet your appetite!  I might even throw a […]

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Zahn E-Signing

Wednesday, December 31st, 2003

Timothy Zahn, bestselling author of The Thrawn Trilogy, has a new Star Wars novel coming out in February entitled Survivor’s Quest.  He is doing a limited book signing tour from February 4 – 16 across the US, and is also holding an E-Signing.  This will take place at the end of the tour for those […]

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StarWarsChicks.com Mentioned in New Book Using the Force: Creativity, Community, and Star Wars Fans

Wednesday, May 1st, 2002

Last year, the creators and some of the staff of StarWarsChicks.com had the opportunity to be interviewed by author, Will Brooker, for this new book, out this month!  One reviewer writes “Compelling and beautifully written… the single most important analysis of the Star Wars phenomenon” (Sara Gwenllian Jones, co-editor, Intensities: the Journal of Cult Media).  […]

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Using the Force: Creativity, Community and Star Wars Fans

Wednesday, May 1st, 2002

By Will Brooker. Henry Jenkins, MIT, author of ‘Textual Poachers’ A compelling account of how fans are transforming Star Wars into the basis for the grassroots production of mythology. Alan McKee, President, Cultural Studies Assoc of Australia This is a wonderful book…intelligent and informed…beautifully written and extremely readable. Sara Gwenllian Jones, co-editor, Intensities: the Journal […]

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A Guide to the Star Wars Universe

Wednesday, September 13th, 2000

One of the best ‘guides’ in print. Takes the form of a dictionary, with entries in alphabetical order. Slavicsek definitely knows his stuff, and the information comes from a HUGE number of sources, including the Original Trilogy movies, TV specials and animated series, radio dramatisations, novels (up to and including Zahn’s ‘The Last Command’), ‘Dark […]

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Empire Building

Wednesday, September 13th, 2000

by Garry Jenkins Simon & Schuster 1997 This is an UNOFFICIAL story of the making of the Star Wars legend, ie. it was not authorised by Lucas or any of his companies. Make of that what you will. Includes: – early moments in George Lucas’ life – comments on the original drafts, which included characters […]

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Star Wars – The Magic of Myth

Wednesday, September 13th, 2000

“Companion volume to the exhibition at The National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution” Compares Star Wars (the Original Trilogy) with Classic mythology, discusses cultural and historical influences, and the look of Star Wars. An absolutely fascinating book revealing where Lucas got some of his inspiration from, and trying to explain why Star […]

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Star Wars – The Visual Dictionary

Wednesday, September 13th, 2000

Ever wanted a close up view of the inside of a stormtrooper’s helmet? How about an explanation of how a lightsaber works? This 64-page book has photographs and information on the main characters and objects from the original trilogy, as well as some of the lesser-known characters. Some of the objects had to be re-created […]

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