We nerd out and speak 'book' with pop cultural king Robb Pearlman, who has written over 70 books, including Starfleet Is and Live Like a Vulcan, Love like a Wookie, Laugh like a Hobbit. With a self-proclaimed agenda to "put out kindness" into the world, Robb is still determined to make you think.
Fellow Trek Geeks Johnson Lee and Mike Thurlow from the Deep Space Pride Podcast join us for a recap of Star Trek Picard S3. 4 lifelong Trekkies with 4 different views of TNG. We do a thorough job of spoiling the entire series...you have been warned.
Writer, Director, Producer, and Screenwriter launches his new novel The Silent Planet. The Sistas sit down with Subrina's mentor, New York Film Academy screenwriting instructor Paul J. Salamoff, to talk about his new sci-fi novel The Silent Planet, described as Solaris meets Jurassic Park.
Meet Children’s Librarian Stefanie Gangone, founder of Library of the Kind and the Star Trek Long Island Convention, a new Science Fiction convention. The Library promotes resources celebrating diversity, inclusion, gender equality, LGBTQ+ and kindness. Guests include Doug Jones and Oded Fehr.
Just sit back and you’ll hear a tale, a tale of The Star Trek Cruise. The Sistas went this year. All the Sistas had a blast. Good friends, good music, good times. Bad news on the last day of the cruise when Doug Jones confirmed that our beloved Star Trek Discovery will come to an end in Season 5.
Andreea Kindryd joined the Sistas from Australia for a chat about her sampler book "From Slavery to Star Trek." Ms. Kindryd drops names of 1960’s icons, a little bit of Star Trek, and letters from Octavia Butler. Thank you to Larry "Dr. Trek" Nemececk for telling us about Ande’s book.
The Special that became an Episode. Jay and Kayleigha, the creaTORS of Star Trek Interactive Tribbles, join the Sistas to share their love of Trek and Tribbles, how they got started, and why they’re not opting to renew their Star Trek license with Paramount. Jay and Kayleigha come bearing gifts.
Alexander Siddig stopped by for a chat with Sistas. We fangirled out first (forgive us Sid). Then, we spoke of his varied career in TV and Movies, 30 years of DS9, his virtual social group SidCity and the importance of Black and Brown representation.
The Sistas kick off a month-long celebration of 30 years of Star Trek Deep Space Nine with David Livingston. David has directed, produced, and co-written episodes of DS9. But what we are most grateful for is that he suggested Avery Brooks for the part of Benjamin Lafayette Sisko.
Paramount granted us not one but two interviews with Kevin and Dan Hageman, the producers of Star Trek: Prodigy. You heard Part 1, but Part 2 is new! Join in as Kevin and Dan give us inside information on the Protostar, Chakotay’s fate, the Diviner as Dad, and Season 2.
It's a dream come true for the Sistas when they meet their reason for being, Sonequa Martin-Green. Get ready for a girlfriend conversation with the sweetest badass ever.
In this episode, the Sistas refer to storylines from Star Trek Discovery and Legacy Trek that went absolutely nowhere. *A hanging chad refers to a small piece of paper intended to be punched from a larger sheet of paper, but still remaining attached.
It all started in Vegas and the Sistas are going to talk about it! A discussion about Black hair is NEVER just about style, but neither is a discussion about Star Trek hair. Man or woman, neither or both, alien or Starfleet, there's always something crazy going on with the hair.
The 59 year old franchise will conclude the 13th Doctor era this October with the BBC special "The Power of the Doctor". The first female Doctor, Jodi Whittaker, makes way for its first Black Doctor to lead the show, Ncuti Gatwa, in 2023. Get a Doctor Who primer from devout Whovian Jamal Taylor.
Picard’s Aunt Adele was mentioned in three episodes of TNG. Aunt Adele's namesake is the Assistant Director of TNG for its entire run, and several seasons of Voyager, Ms. Adele Simmons. This is the conversation you never saw coming and don't want to miss.
According to Paramount Plus, Strange New Worlds is the most watched original series in the franchise over its first 90 days. But is it the best first season? We go into the depths of the IMDb ratings armed only with vintage HP Scientific Calculators to search for the truth.
IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR! This week the SyFy Sistas travel back through Legacy Star Trek (TOS, TNG, DS9, VOY, ENT) in search of the answer to the deep question…Who’s invited to the cookout? Which of your favorite Trek characters made the cut? Which series had the most invites and which one had none?
We met Melissa @ the SNW Premiere and bonded over short hair, the authentic portrayal of military women and of course, our beloved USS Enterprise’s newest pilot, Lt. Erica Ortegas. Get to know Melissa Navia the actor, the widow, and the cool aunt with a fiercely innate penchant for short hair.
We came to For All Mankind a season late. But we were hooked by Krys Marshall’s character Engineer/Astronaut and Trekkie Commander Danielle Poole. Join us as Subrina Fangirls over NASA and Dani Poole. And we all get to know more about “the little space show that could” from its brightest star.