The Blue Rose Contributors
John Thorne – Managing Editor – John Thorne has a Master of Arts in TV/Radio/Film from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. For thirteen years, John was co-editor of the magazine Wrapped In Plastic, where he wrote extensively about Twin Peaks and other works by David Lynch and Mark Frost. He is author of the book, The Essential Wrapped In Plastic: Pathways to Twin Peaks. You can follow John on Twitter, @thornewip, or reach him through the website: abovethestore.blogspot.com.
Scott Ryan – Managing Editor – A Host of the Red Room Podcast and Big Bad Buffy Interviews, author of thirtysomething at thirty and the essay book Scott Luck Stories, director of A Voyage To Twin Peaks; life goal is to interview Sheryl Lee. Check out all my projects at ScottRyanProductions.com
Courtenay Stallings – Associate Editor – A professor at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California and the assistant director of Pepperdine Graphic Media. She is working on a book titled Laura’s Ghost: Women Speak About Twin Peaks. The good Courtenay is the associate editor for The Blue Rose and can’t leave. Write it in your diary. @CourtenayCal
Mya McBriar – A lifelong Twin Peaks fan and currently a devoted Twin Peaks blogger, twinpeaksfanatic.blogspot.com, with a passion for writing, art and music; an aspiring novelist who often lives in a dream. @Twinpeaksblog
Geneva Rougier – Trinidad born artist turned Twin Peaks enthusiast who loves working with paint, natural materials, and interpreting concepts in an ‘Eclectic Irie’ way. @eclecticirie
David Bushman – A TV curator at The Paley Center for Media and co-author of Twin Peaks FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About a Place Both Wonderful and Strange (@twinpeaksfaq) and the upcoming Buffy the Vampire Slayer FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About Sunnydale’s Slayer of Vampires, Demons, and Other Forces of Darkness (@buffyhistory). Mark Givens and David are writing a book on the Hazel Drew murder and welcome your thoughts.
Andreas Halskov – Holds an MA in Film Studies from Copenhagen University. He is a lecturer in Media Studies at Aarhus University, and an editor of the scholarly film journal 16:9 (www.16-9.dk). He has written a monograph on David Lynch and a book about modern TV drama (TV Peaks: Twin Peaks and Modern Television Drama). Follow at Andreas’ private blog: detroederum.wordpress.com/
Mark Givens – Spends his days wasting away as a government consultant. But when the sun goes down (and the kids go to sleep) he hosts a monthly Twin Peaks podcast called Deer Meadow Radio (deermeadowradio.libsyn.com) that dives deeply into little discussed topics such as Who Killed
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