Kidnappings, environmental disasters, government bureaucracy, and corruption occupy Justina Ireland’s second middle-grade novel in The High Republic.
We finally get the answer to what the Jedi fear most in this endearing yet overstuffed conclusion for Phase One. Spoilers.
The second YA novel in The High Republic functions more like a long-form philosophical debate within and around the Jedi Order than a plot-driven story.
Recontextualizing the first major publishing release of the Disney/Star Wars era through its female leads. Part 1: The Cynic.
Wonder what a nightmare Vegas vacation would be like that does not involve Chevy Chase? Look no further.
How far back can a long time ago stretch? Exclusive for FanFare on Medium.
The recommendation for June as the summer season begins is a Galaxy’s Edge novel that is like reading an addictive Hallmark movie.
How publishing and the Expanded Universe in the 90s kept Star Wars alive and helped it become the most successful Space Opera franchise of all time.
A good YA novel for new Star Wars fans to get a brief history of the major canon events.
The top ten best character stories from Star Wars: A Certain Point of View.
Which Star Wars tropes get you excited and which tropes cause your eyes to roll?
Whether or not these projects will pick up again in the future, these cancellations reveal a larger creative challenge for publishing in the Disney+ era.
As Star Wars gets ready to move away from the Skywalker Saga (at least from the films), there is one Skywalker that has not quite gotten her moment. Should Lucasfilm change that?
Claudia Gray’s anticipated YA entry into The High Republic arrives as a companion read more than a standalone story.
It’s the month of love and what better way to celebrate with the Star Wars version of “star-crossed” lovers.