Pop Culture Nexus is a site dedicated to sharing what fans are doing and saying about their favorite books, TV shows, and movies. We highlight the fandom’s engagement because we believe fans are as important as the work itself.

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Mary (Huffington Post Blogger)
Mary is a television day dreamer. She loves creating potential storylines for her favorite TV characters and developing episode ideas for original shows. When she is not listening to music from Battlestar Galactica, she is either watching I Love Lucy or Meryl Streep movies. Mary is a proud Whedonite and cinephile. But never ask her what her favorite film is because she will just look at you like a deer in the headlights.

Louise (known to some as Lelia) (Huffington Post Blogger)
Louise learned long ago that she has no discernible skills other than watching television and drinking milkshakes really fast without getting a brain freeze. She is cursed with an affinity for brilliant but short-lived shows (see: Veronica Mars, Firefly, Pushing Daisies, etc.), and is perpetually in a state of rewatching Buffy or Lost. Trying desperately to find meaning in her life after the end of Harry Potter, Louise spends her time reviewing True Blood for thetelevixen.com, missing Fringe, obsessing over all things The Hunger Games (especially Josh Hutcherson’s jawline), and finding ways to insert quotes from The Princess Bride into everyday conversation. Her favorite shows still on the air are Community, The Good Wife, Happy Endings, Cougar Town, and The Vampire Diaries.

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*Prior interviews and collaborations:

Joel Wyman, executive producer of Fringe

Christa Faust, author of The Zodiac Paradox

Titan Books

PenTop Productions 2011

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  2. Hi, Mary
    Just read your Huffington Post post “Disney Needs to Bring Back the ’90s.” I agree! I’ve been telling folks that the ’90s are back, but no one will believe me. In fact, I’m self-publishing a novel in April called LOST IN THE ’90s because no “real” publisher in NY would believe that people will want to read a story that is set in 1994. I’d love to tell you more about it, and can even send a copy your way. I could really use your help to prove these NY publishing people wrong! Please get in touch when you have a free moment. Thanks 🙂
    Frank Anthony Polito

    • Hello Mr. Polito,

      Thank you for reading the article and visiting the site, however I am not sure I can assist you since I have no experience with NY publishing. I wish you the best as you continue working on your novel.


  3. Hi Guys,

    I’ve been following you on twitter for a minute now and finally checked out your blog. I will make this a regular stop on my daily online travels. Thanks!

  4. Hi. Really, really enjoy your Fringe photo recaps and first timer reactions. Any chance of more of those coming our way? Please say yes. They’re sooooooooooo funny and I miss them.

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