We’re pleased to present interviews from various VIPs from all around the Star Wars universe!
From the Knights of the Old Republic comics, Knight Errant to Lost Tribe of the Sith, John Jackson Miller has quickly become a fan favorite in the Star Wars expanded universe. In this interview, John answers some questions I had regarding his newest Star Wars novel, Kenobi, which is set just after the events of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. In the book, we are introduced to life on Tatooine as Obi-Wan experiences it.
Caution: You will encounter Kenobi spoilers!
Tim Lebbon is an award winning horror and dark fantasy writer. He’s had over almost thirty books published in the UK and US by several publishers. His latest work is Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void, which is set some 25,000 years before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope. We were pleased to have Tim answer a few questions for us regarding this exciting new novel.
Caution: You will encounter Dawn of the Jedi: Into the Void spoilers!
Michael Reaves is a prolific writer and book author, who’s worked on dozens of television shows. His work on the Batman television animated series has even earned him an Emmy Award. And, of course, he’s written several Star Wars novels that expanded universe fans instantly recognize, such as Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter and Death Star.
Michael recently sat down and answered a few questions we had about his and fellow collaborator Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff’s latest book The Last Jedi!
We are pleased to welcome Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff back to Knights’ Archive for a third time, to talk about her and Michael Reaves’ latest novel The Last Jedi, which continues the storyline of the Coruscant Nights series. Jedi Knight Jax Pavan is possibly the only Jedi that survived Order 66. He must stay one step ahead of the Empire while dealing with his own inner tormoil.
Caution: You will encounter The Last Jedi spoilers!
We are honored to present to you a conversation with the prolific science fiction novelist Timothy Zahn! Among his other notable works, he is widely known to Star Wars fans as the man who invigorated the franchise with the spectacular Thrawn trilogy. His latest novel, Scoundrels, features Han Solo, Chewbacca and Lando Calrissian in an all new adventure that promises to be fraught with danger, yet fun to read.
Mr. Zahn took a break from planning his Scoundrels book tour to answer some of our questions.
Mass Affect, Knights of the Old Republic, Baldur’s Gate, The Old Republic… If you know these titles, chances are you’ve heard the name Drew Karpyshyn. Drew has penned and lent his talents to some of the most popular books and video games in recent history, including the above mentioned titles, but also the wildly popular Darth Bane trilogy and a few of the Old Republic novels.
We were thrilled to talk to Drew about The Old Republic: Annihilation!
Artist Steve Thomas had worked for newspapers churning out graphics and illustrations for almost 14 years. From vintage travel and propaganda to sci-fi and fantasy, Steve has created some truly masterful works of art. It was a link in an article to some of his Star Wars-themed posters that caught my attention a few years ago, and I’ve been a fan ever since.
I had a chance to chat with Steve recently about him, his work and his incredible vintage Star Wars posters.
Author Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff will always be special to Knights’ Archive because she was our first VIP to accept an interview, back when we were a little blog. We are once again pleased to welcome her to our site!
This time, we talk about Star Wars: Shadow Games, which is another collaborative work with author Michael Reaves.
Caution: You will encounter Shadow Games spoilers!
As most of you know, Sue Rostoni, Executive Editor for Lucas Licensing, retired after a long and prosperous career. For 20+ years she worked for Lucas Licensing, one of the Lucasfilm Ltd companies, retiring in July 2011 as executive editor.
I’m sure she’s been enjoying retirement, but she recently journeyed back to the world of Star Wars and granted us an interview. To say that we were thrilled is an understatement!
Mrs. Bohnhoff has enjoyed an extensive career; her print publications include six fantasy novels and a lot of short fiction in Analog (“I’m a member of the dreaded Analog MAFIA—Making Appearances Frequently In Analog”), Interzone, Amazing Stories and a number of anthologies. She’s also a musician, singer and songwriter (along with her husband, Jeff) and both have five CDs of original and parody (filk) music out there.
This interview is about her, her collaboration with fellow author Michael Reaves, and about Star Wars in general.
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