A Long Time Ago... Exploring the Star Wars Cinematic Universe
The first book of the Star Wars series from Sequart has been released and is available on Amazon!
In 1977, the cinematic world was changed forever, thanks to a science-fantasy film about a farm boy, a princess, a wizard, a cyborg, two smugglers, and a pair of robots. George Lucas's STAR WARS was a visual and audio extravaganza like nothing anyone had seen before. Today, STAR WARS remains not only a major franchise but a pop-culture phenomenon like no other. A LONG TIME AGO: EXPLORING THE STAR WARS CINEMATIC UNIVERSE examines the entire STAR WARS saga on the large and small screens. From theatrical films to TV movies, from cartoons and commercials to variety shows and video-based amusement-park rides, it’s all explored within.
Edited by Rich Handley and Joseph F. Berenato; foreword by Scott Chernoff; essays by Joseph F. Berenato, Jean-Francois Boivin, Joe Bongiorno, Nathan Butler, Julian Darius, Ian Dawe, Keith DeCandido, Kevin Dilmore, Rich Handley, Zaki Hasan, Rocko Jerome, Alex Newborn, David Pipgras, Matthew Sunrich, Lou Tambone, Dayton Ward, and Steven H. Wilson; cover by Kevin Colden, and Miss Lasko-Gross.
Note; my essay appears in the third book in the series, which won't be out until next year, but this is the perfect time to get started!