Wendy comes to Sci Fi geekdom much the same way people born in the 1960s did – reading Sci Fi and fantasy novels, and watching Star Trek and Twilight Zone re-runs, Doctor Who and Red Dwarf on PBS, and gems like Space 1999, In Search Of, and The Outer Limits.
Wendy’s other passions – travel, Pearl Jam, her town of Fairport in the greater Rochester NY area and the Erie Canal – are topics of her Twitter feed, and her blog, Ooh! Look. Shiny!, along with any other organic goodness that captures her attention. Wendy has written articles for The Scapecast, a podcast about Farscape, the awesome TV series created by the Jim Henson Company.
Brent has been an avid Science Fiction viewer since he was a little boy. He grew up on Star Trek, Doctor Who, the original Battlestar Galactica, The Six Million Dollar Man, Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, and all of the classic television shows and movies of the 70s and 80s.
Born in California, Brent still resides in Northern California today with his wife and two children. When he’s not podcasting or watching genre television, Brent can be found developing software for a living and writing on the side. When it’s time to let out job stress, Brent plays PC video games on-line. You can find out more about Brent and his interests at bodenmaddox.com.
Kevin lives just south of Boston, MA in the US. He first became interested in Scifi by watching the original Star Trek series in reruns during the early 70’s. Some of the Scifi and fantasy topics he enjoys are Firefly, Farscape, Buffy, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, The Matrix and The X-Files to name just a few.
He also works on a few other Scifi podcasts including The ScapeCast, The Signal and Dragon-Pod.
When he isn’t watching sci-fi DVDs, dealing with computer issues or posting on his techie blog Kevin enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and two daughters.