• 01:29

    F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 3)

    in Writing

    Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great.  Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests.  For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then.  Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show.  Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again.  Maybe it’s original fiction now.  Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time.  Tonight we’ll begin with Grdnofevrything (who first appeared on F4F on 7/2/2009) at 10 PM EST, followed by Kim Pritekel (6/14/10) at 10:15, Inspector Boxer (9/3/09) at 10:30, and Dreiser (6/25/09) at 10:45 PM.  Tune in, because really, someone just might be talking about whatever thing you love best.

  • 01:14

    F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 2)

    in Writing

    Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great.  Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests.  For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then.  Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show.  Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again.  Maybe it’s original fiction now.  Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time.  Tonight we’ll begin with Adm_Hawthorne (who first appeared on F4F on 2/6/2012) at 10 PM EST, followed by Milk_and_glass (8/6/09) at 10:15, Ariestess and Shatterpath (9/10/09) at 10:30, and Mooncat (7/16/09) at 10:45 PM.  Tune in, because really, someone just might be talking about whatever thing you love best.

  • 01:27

    F4F Ends With Four Foursomes

    in Writing

    Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great.  Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests.  For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then.  Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show.  Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again.  Maybe it’s original fiction now.  Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time.  Tonight we’ll begin with Harper (who first appeared on F4F on 7/9/2009) at 10 PM EST, followed by Demeter (9/3/09) at 10:15, Harriet (12/20/09) at 10:30, and Chris Dee (10/27/11) at 10:45 PM.  Tune in, because really, someone just might be talking about whatever thing you love best.

  • 01:24

    Xena and the End. And the Beginning.

    in Television

    As F4F Radio winds to a close next month, we take time in May to wrap up an ongoing program tradition where we discuss “Xena: Warrior Princess” every six months.  This tradition started with an interview of three prominent Xena fanfic and “uberfic” authors in January 2010, followed by three more in June.  Due to the fandom’s enduring and massive popularity, this eventually metamorphosed into annual May and November segments where author interviews gave way to panel discussions with authors and fans about Xena, the heroines, the villains, the storylines, the comedy, the everything!  Tonight we’ll have one last panel where the conversation will fittingly include Xena’s final episodes, as well as the way the series continues to influence fans to this day.  Once again I’ll cede my place as host to author/filmmaker Kim Pritekel, a treasured and reliable contributor to this program whose role has evolved from being a guest on that June show, to recurring cohost, to regular moderator of the Xena panels.  Also returning from past panels will be hardcore fans Adm_Hawthorne, Kelly Neal, Zea Apa, and Chris Salameno.  Join us as we take one final look at how Xena changed lives, before F4F Radio draws its own conclusion in June.   

  • 01:19

    Twice is Nice - "Nikki & Nora" Returns

    in Entertainment

    Funny how things come full circle.  It was in October 2009, not even six months after F4F Radio went on the air for the first time, that we interviewed Nancylee Myatt, Liz Vassey and Christina Cox about, among other things, the enduring popularity of the leaked pilot “Nikki & Nora”.  (Okay, yes, they answered questions via email because they couldn't be there live, and their answers were then read out loud over the airwaves by hardcore N&N fans, but every word said was still theirs.)  Well, now it’s less than THREE months until F4F Radio goes OFF the air, and guess who’s back – in person this time - to talk about N&N?  This time, however, they won’t be here to talk about the past.  They’ll be here, along with recurring guest Christin Mell, to discuss the future.  Nikki Beaumont and Nora Delaney are back and working as private investigators in the Big Easy in Nancylee’s new webseries, slated to begin filming next month.  That’s why, through April 22, they’re trying to raise $50,000 on Indiegogo.com.  We’ll be discussing the fundraiser and why your contribution will benefit you as well as filming.  We’ll also talk about the kind of things to expect from the new N&N, the new cast, and what else has kept Nancylee, Liz and Christina busy since 2009.  Also joining us will be cohost Jojo, aka Docwho2100, who was herself one of those fans standing in for our guests over three years ago.  

  • 01:08

    Making Beautiful Music Together - "Pitch Perfect"

    in Movies

    It’s a rare day when a movie comes to F4F Radio’s attention.  Of course there was “The Devil Wears Prada”, which we discussed in 2009.  But generally speaking, a hit Hollywood movie – a couple hours and it’s done - can’t generate the same level of enthusiasm and the same number of devotees as a hit TV series – creating hours and hours of new material over a period of several years.  Tonight, however, we’ll be visiting the world of the movie “Pitch Perfect”, which has already generated hundreds of fanfics since its release in the fall of 2012.  Sort of a mix of “Glee” and “Bring It On”, PP tells the story of Beca (Anna Kendrick), a reluctant college freshman who is drafted by an all-female acapella group and becomes the unlikely key to their tournament success.  The person doing said drafting is senior Chloe (Brittany Snow) and, well, let’s just say it involved no clothing whatsoever.  The chemistry between Beca and Chloe is what caught the attention of fans all over the country, some of whom happened to be fanfic writers – and we’ll be interviewing two tonight.  Our guests will be first-timer Novel Concept, who wrote stories like “Storytellers and Legends” and “The Harmony That Kept Me Sound”, and the returning GilliganKane, author of “Your Body is a Wonderland” and “Song Beneath the Song”.  Joining me as cohost will be former guest Misty Flores, and together we’ll discuss Beca and Chloe, not to mention Aubrey (Anna Camp), Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) and the other ladies of the Barden Bellas who occasionally catch our fancies.

  • 00:41

    To Be Announced (Literally)

    in Radio

    No guests tonight.  A major announcement will be made concerning 2013 and the future of F4F Radio.

  • 01:13

    Everyone Wants to "Kiss Her I'm Famous"

    in Television

    F4F Radio kicks off March with the latest installment in a series of bimonthly appearances by producer/writer/director Christin Mell to talk about the latest production to premiere on Tellofilms.com, the site she co-founded. And the site which soon will be merging with OneMoreLesbian, creating a single entity even better positioned to provide high-quality online entertainment designed to appeal to lesbian audiences. This month Tellofilms will debut "Kiss Her I'm Famous", the new webseries directed by Rolla Selbak ("3 Veils") and starring Tracy Ryerson and Ilea Matthews as two best friends whose desperate pursuit of celebrity leads them to create a fake lesbian sex tape. Rolla, Tracy and Ilea will all be joining us this evening, as we discuss the new series and what to expect from it. We'll also get updates on how other recent productions have fared, and perhaps what we'll see in the future.

  • 01:05

    Too Many Fandoms! - Authors Tamoline & Louisa

    in Writing

    For tonight’s show F4F does something it hasn’t done in a while and focuses not on the TV show or the fandom or the webseries or even the author within the fandom, but solely on the author. While some great past guests have spent years writing within a single universe – Chris Dee being a perfect example – others have created a body of work where the number of stories they’ve written is matched only by the number of fandoms they’ve sampled. From Harper to Fembuck to Della Street, these writers have created fanfics in too many different worlds to cover in a single show. Tonight’s guests, Tamoline and Louisa, are more recent discoveries of mine. Tamoline is probably best-known for her “Kalicia” stories in the “Good Wife” fandom (which is still MUCH smaller than it ought to be), while Louisa, a Kalicia writer herself, has spent more time on “The Vampire Diaries” fanfic. But they’ve also done excellent work writing in the worlds of “The Avengers”, “Criminal Minds”, “X-Men”, “Ultraviolet”, “Chronicles of Amber” . . . shall I go on? Whatever world they choose to inhabit at any given minute, we’ll be talking about it tonight.

  • 01:21

    Swan Queen Comes Alive - Author Maleficently

    in Writing

    In February F4F returns to its earliest roots and does something that hasn’t been done since last fall – the interviewing of fan fiction authors. Tonight we revisit the world of Emma Swan and Regina Mills, aka “Swan Queen”, from the ABC drama “Once Upon a Time”. Even though the series hasn’t even finished its second season, we’ve already talked about the enormously popular pairing of heroine and villainess 3 times. However, on each of those previous occasions we discussed Swan Queen with a panel, rather than interviewing a guest. That changes tonight. Author Maleficently, probably best-known for her ongoing trilogy “The Fatal Plunge”, has rapidly become one of the best and most prolific Swan Queen authors, writing about relationships that can – and do - transform from animosity to romance and back again, often damaged but never irreparable. My cohost this evening will be Heartsways, a four-time guest with a history of writing engrossing “Lost Girl” fanfic and arguably the first great author to emerge in the Swan Queen fandom.

  • 00:50

    Back on the Couch - Tellofilms and "Gay Street Therapy"

    in Television

    After a brief hiatus at the end of 2012, Christin Mell and tellofilms.com returns for another installment in a bimonthly series.  This time we'll be focusing on the new webseries "Gay Street Therapy", which officially launched just one week ago.  "Gay Street Therapy" is a completely unscripted comedy series starring Brandy Howard and Julie Goldman as two women providing hilarious, sometimes good sometimes not so great advice to lesbians about life and love. They're not Ann Landers, okay?  Brandy and Julie, who previously collaborated on 2010's "Julie and Brandy: In Your Box Office", will be bringing their couch to F4F as well as they join Christin in discussing tellofilms' first big launch of 2013.  We will also be taking a few minutes to talk about the recently-announced merger of tellofilms with OneMoreLesbian and what this means for all of us. And perhaps Christin and Brandy will have a few words to say about "Cowgirl Up: Season 2" as well.

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