Colleen Sisler

Colleen Sisler

Colleen Callahan Sisler is Digital Marketing and Print Production Manager for a Metro Atlanta agency specializing in adult beverage marketing for the national on-premise sector. She lives in Holly Springs with her husband, their son, and their two rescue pooches. They are currently embarking on a minimalist lifestyle and are in search of the perfect tiny home while purging 20+ years of accumulated memorabilia.

Starting with A Wrinkle In Time and never looking back, Colleen is a huge fan of science fiction, fantasy, and the supernatural. Favorite time burners are anything by Joss Whedon, the entire Outlander universe, the occasional Neil Gaiman rant, and as many geeky TV shows as she can lay her eyes on.

Recently, Colleen has decided to go back to her first love - writing. Since the third grade, creating neighborhood newsletters with a typewriter and copying them with a mimeograph machine (remember those?), the writing flame has been kept alive through short stints in industry magazines, copywriting for marketing projects, and randomly posting in now defunct personal blogs. Writing for the Daily Dragon (she's a newb!) is the first stepping stone in a two-year plan to break into the literary world.

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Jossed to Death and More: Firefly’s Alan Tudyk and Adam Baldwin

Jossed to Death and More: Firefly’s Alan Tudyk and Adam Baldwin

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It was a full house for the “Firefly Guests” panel in the Sheraton Grand Ballroom on Friday morning at 11:30AM. Fans dressed as Kaylee and Zoë, along with a veritable sea of Jayne Cobb hats, filed into the room to hear Alan Tudyk and Adam Baldwin wax nostalgic about Firefly and Serenity, along with other projects they have been in. The questions were kicked off by moderator Aaron Sagers with a request for the guests’ first “Con” experience. Baldwin recalled
 
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Throwback Thursday: The 8-Bit Ball

Throwback Thursday: The 8-Bit Ball

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The 30th anniversary of Dragon Con seems like a fitting time to introduce the 8-Bit Ball. The throwback 70s and 80s vibe was a perfect way for many to kick off this year’s convention, which kicked off at 10PM in the Westin Peachtree Ballroom. Video Gaming track director, Kevin “Grim” Stallard, took some time to talk Dragon Con, gaming, and dance parties. This is Kevin’s 11th year as track director and parties are nothing new to this seasoned veteran. Hoping
 
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