"Without Star Trek Discovery, there is no SyFy Sistas." The Sistas welcomed Brandon Schultz to show. Brandon is the co-founder and Producer of Street Legends Ink. He wrote Blade: Blood Thirsty, Blokhedz Mission G, Star Trek Discovery, and Short Treks: The Girl Who Made the Stars.
The Sistas welcomed the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers’ Grandmaster, Keith DeCandido. If you have watched Star Trek, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Stargate SG-1, Sleepy Hollow, Farscape, and Leverage, then Keith has written a tie-in story for it.
Scribe Award winner Dayton Ward joined the Sistas for a live recording at Shore Leave 43 on July 8, 2023. Dayton talked about his love of writing, his mom, current Trek, and his newest tie-in novel: "Star Trek Discovery: Somewhere To Belong."
Rico E. Anderson has been a true Brotha to the SyFy Sistas from jump. He is always hyping us up and thanking us for the work that we love to do. So we wanted to thank him for his continued support and finally get one of our favorite humans on the show.
Parammount+ granted us a pre-strike interview with Celia Rose Gooding following her starring role on the Strange New Worlds episode: "Lost in Translation." We sit down with the Grammy Award-winning actor to discuss her place in Trek canon and our collective hearts.
The Sistas continue to celebrate 30 years of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine with the author of the highly anticipated, “The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko” Derek Tyler Attico. Derek joined us for a live recording and we talked about his love of reading, writing and Benjamin Sisko/Benny Russell.
The Sistas asked Matt Jennings from 1701: A Blerd Story to come and celebrate Pride Month with us. We talked about being Black Queer Nerds, being Blerds, being Trek Fans, and being True To Yourself. Happy Pride Everyone!
The Sistas were granted an interview by Paramount + with Yetide Badaki of Star Trek Strange New Worlds episode 202: Ad Astra Per Aspera. Yetide's performance as Civil Rights Attorney Neera Ketoul deems this episode an instant classic. The Sistas found a kindred soul, and the geek-out is palpable.
The Sistas continue to celebrate 30 Years of Star Trek Deep Space Nine with Writer and Producer Ira Steven Behr. Emmy and Hugo nominee Ira Steven Behr drops all sorts of juicy nuggets about Fame, thirty years of DS9, and the current Writer’s Strike.
The first LIVE EPISODE recording of the SyFy Sistas Podcast! The Sistas took the show on the road to Trek Long Island. They look at how many times a Star Trek episode would have been over in five minutes…IF THAT HAD BEEN A SISTA. Thank you to the crew at Trek Long Island for a wonderful experience.
We discuss the mission of the Nichelle Nichols Foundation with Ms. Nichols' sister, Marian Smothers, and nieces, Nichelle and Nicole Nichols, co-owners of The Guilty Grape e-commerce shop. Join their fundraiser to send 20 teenage girls to the Nichelle Nichols Cadet Camp in Huntsville, AL.
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.
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.