Colleen Callahan

Colleen Callahan is a freelance content writer and social media consultant specializing in food and beverage, writing blog posts, newsletters, and managing social media accounts. She recently sold her house and most of her possessions and moved into an RV with her two doggos. They live the full-time nomad life, traveling the US and chasing 70 degrees.

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 writing on her blog, Volunteering for the Daily Dragon was the first stepping stone in a journey towards her Destiny. Colleen can also be seen on her YouTube channel, Sunrise 2 Sunset RV.

Free-Range Kids: Stranger Things Happening With Gen X

Stranger Things has captured the imagination of viewers across a multitude of generations, but its portrayal of families and issues during the 1980s put it squarely in Gen X territory. This is what the panelists discussed Saturday at 8PM on “The Latchkey Generation: Stranger Things Themes” on the virtual stream for X-Track. Jenny Byrd-Peterson moderated her fellow Gen  X compatriots… Read more →

And the Winner is… Nic Cage!

It was a sold-out room when Nicolas Cage faced off with Nicolas Cage in “Cage vs. Cage: The All-Nicolas Cage Match!” Spectators gathered in Marriott M103-M105 Saturday at 2:30pm to take part in the spectacle that is a Nicolas Cage event. The brackets were laid out with some of Nicolas Cage’s most iconic roles pitted against one another. Panelists Keith… Read more →

Beyond Gaming: Streaming Moves into the Real World

Believe it or not, people are streaming much more than just video games these days. No, really! If you haven’t checked out Twitch, YouTube, or even TikTok lately, you might have missed the number of streams that are anything but gaming. You can find people looking for work buddies, people doing ASMR, cooks inviting you into their kitchens, and more…. Read more →

Streaming Isn’t Just for the Youth

Streaming has become a large part of our lives. And it’s not only Gen. Z and Millennials making the content we’re consuming. Gen. X and Boomers are getting in on the action in record numbers. The crowd gathered at the Hilton Galleria 6 on Friday afternoon was a testament to that. The Digital Track had to turn away attendees due… Read more →

It’s the End of the World! Or Is It?

It’s 2020 and humanity is still standing. For decades, storytellers have imagined and reimagined the doom of society and the world. An intrepid group of panelists convened on-screen at Dragon Con Goes Virtual on Saturday at 12AM, Fan Track channel, to chat about “Sci-Fi Apocalypses We Avoided So Far.” Moderator J.C. De La Torre led the discussion with input from… Read more →

A Magical Visit To Dragon Con That Wasn’t

The global pandemic has groups of all kinds figuring out how to get together virtually. From business meetings to family gatherings, coffee klatches to spiritual celebrations, we’ve all been Zooming, WebExing, Hanging Out, and learning any number of newfangled technology just to be able to spend some quality face time with one another. The Emerald Coast Pagan Community, a group… Read more →

Finding Closure in Fillory

Friday evening at 11PM on the Fan Tracks channel, Carol Malcolm, Margaret Parsons, Damien Allen, Father Bryan Small, Anna Puerta, and Kevin Batchelder got together to talk about the final season of The Magicians in “Saving the World One Last Time: A Magicians Fan Panel.” The first question moderator Carol Malcolm asked the panel was who they felt had grown… Read more →