K. Tempest Bradford

K. Tempest Bradford

Tempest Bradford is a science fiction and fantasy author by night and a technology journalist by day. When she's not geeking out over the latest phone, coolest tablet, or most useful laptop, she spends her time absorbing, analyzing, and writing about genre media. Oh, and writing fiction, too.

Her published stories and random thoughts can be found on her blog and website at KTempestBradford.com.

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Lethal and Vulnerable: A Conversation With Lucy Lawless

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This year Lucy Lawless made her first appearance at Dragon Con, taking part in Battlestar Galactica and Spartacus panels as well as her own solo panel on Friday afternoon. Her breakout role as Xena: Warrior Princess was enough to cement her as both a geek and a girl power icon, but she continues to impress on both stage and screen. She’s returning to Parks & Recreation this season and taking on a thriller for Australian television.

John Barrowman is Out of Superhero Underwear

John Barrowman is Out of Superhero Underwear

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John Barrowman returned to Dragon Con this year to reunite with his Torchwood cast mates. But before he took the stage with the crew, he did a solo panel called “John Barrowman Live!” on Friday at 11:30AM in the Marriott Atrium Ballroom. John’s panel antics are legendary–at a previous Dragon Con he pulled down his pants and spanked himself—so, expectations were high. Mr. Barrowman did not disappoint. He bantered with and teased the audience members who asked questions, ramping the
 
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Cirroc Lofton and Avery Brooks on Deep Space Nine panel

20th Anniversary of Deep Space Nine: A Left Turn For Star Trek

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At the “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” panel that took place on Friday at 2:30 in the Sheraton Grand Ballroom, show stars Avery Brooks, Cirroc Lofton, and Terry Farrell (with moderator Garrett Wang) took questions from the audience and reminisced about their time on set. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the show’s premiere. Wang dove right into audience questions, and the first addressed the great on-screen relationship between Ben and Jake Sisko (Brooks and Lofton) and how much
 
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