|Links Page: Author John Kenneth Muir|
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Contact the Author
The House Between
Interviews with John
|Applause Theatre and Cinema Books:
Follow this link to order Best in Show: The Films of Christopher Guest and Company, An Askew View: The Films of Kevin Smith, The Unseen Force: The Films of Sam Raimi, as well as new John Muir books Singing a New Tune: The Re-Birth of the Modern Film Musical from Evita to De-Lovely and Beyond and Mercy in Her Eyes: The Films of Mira Nair.
Visit McFarland's home-page to order Horror Films of the 1970s, The Encyclopedia of Superheroes on Film and Television, The Films of John Carpenter, Terror Television, Exploring Space:1999, An Analytical Guide to Battlestar Galactica and other John K. Muir books
Visit Powys to order John's Space:1999 novel (officially licensed) entitled The Forsaken. And while you're there, pick up Bill Latham's Resurrection, another novel in the 1999 series.
Don't forget to visit Far Sector, the web magazine, for great genre fiction and non-fiction. John writes a monthly column there on all things sci-fi/horror media related.
|OTHER LINKS RELATED TO JOHN KENNETH MUIR:
Listed below are several links to magazines, web-sites and interviews related to John Muir and his works in print:
Interview with John on the subject of Terror Television by Dr. Howard Margolin and from Destinies: The Voice of Science Fiction
Interview with John in the Enquirer Journal, by John Tompkins, entitled "Encyclopedic."
Interview with Gannett News on An Askew View: The Films of Kevin Smith
New Jersey Monthly's Online Buzz Bin (Askew View mention)
Movie Poop Shot (Askew View mention)
Interview with John Kenneth Muir at Space:1999.org (re: The Forsaken & Exploring Space:1999)
Exclusive Interview with John Kenneth Muir at Buried.com
Interview with John Kenneth Muir at Powys Media
Interview with John Kenneth Muir (on his Blake's 7 book) at The Anorak Zone
The Hills Have Eyes (Senses of Cinema/author: Steven Jay Schneider; John cited)
Who is the King of the World (A Look at Doctor Who in the Media by John K. Muir)
Remake Insanity: Why Battlestar Galactica Shouldn't Be The Same Old Hollywood Game (by John Kenneth Muir)
Pyramids of Mars
Tomb of the Cybermen
A Content Analysis of Space:1999's Two Seasons
John Kenneth Muir's Space:1999 Concordance!
A Snurcher's Guide to Farscape (Grey Canon)
|Some of John's Favorite Sites/People:
William Latham's Home Page - the site dedicated to the works of a brilliant author, William Latham, who re-invented the Frankenstein Saga with his novel Mary's Monster, and also wrote Space:1999 Eternity Unbound and Space:1999: Resurrection
The Flick Filosopher - well-informed, smartly-written, clever and independent film criticism from the Net's finest critic. John is a micropatron there, and you should be too, especially if you appreciate a free, non-corporate press and good, fair-thinking film criticism.
Cinefear - see The Bloody Ape! A great source for rare 1960s and 1970s exploitation films
Space 1999 Net - Links, message boards and forums for the classic Space:1999 series.
NCFlix - the blog for veteran author, editor, film expert, toy collector and internet scribe, Allan Maurer.
A few selected links
A. L. Sirois (author)
The Christmas Clock (seasonal, book, fiction)
Saint Ronan Street Atelier (webplex)
Clocktower Books (print & digital)
Far Sector SFFH (web magazine)
John T. Cullen (author)
Dennis Latham (author)
John Kenneth Muir (author)
Nebula Express (novel)
Neon Blue Fiction
Nitework.net (author's books)
Nob Hill (author's books)
Sharpwriter.com (writer resources)
Deep Outside SFFH (now Far Sector SFFH)
John Argo (author website)
Feoamante's Horror Home Page
About.com San Francisco (see Nob Hill)
Shaun Farrel (author, actor)
Invasion of the Mushroom People (SF/horror)
A Walk in Ancient Rome (nonfiction/ancient history tour 150 A.D.)
Saint Ronan Street Press
The Executive Document Company
The Haunted Village
Time Train (SF series)