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>March 10, 2005
>For Immediate Release
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>Contact:  Tom Schaad 703-892-4970
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>NEIL GAIMAN, HUGO AWARD WINNING AUTHOR OF AMERICAN GODS AND CORALINE,
>ON MARCH EPISODE OF FAST FORWARD.
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>Writer Neil Gaiman is interviewed on this month's episode of Fast
>Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction. Gaiman talks about his wide
>range of writing projects, including his involvement with the
>upcoming film, MirrorMask.
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>In conversation with host Tom Schaad, Gaiman talks about his books,
>graphic novels, writing for children, directing his first film (A
>Short Film About John Bolton), and his wildly popular web log.
>According to Gaiman, posting on the internet about his everyday life
>can lead to some odd and humorous moments: "You'll be doing a book
>signing for people and a total stranger will ask you after your cats
>by name or ask about the living room carpet or whatever it was that
>you put in there."
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>The March episode of Fast Forward also features Colleen Cahill's
>review of Michael A. Stackpole's new novel, A Secret Atlas, the first
>book of the Age of Discovery trilogy.
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>In addition, there is a short segment remembering author, editor and
>publisher Jack L. Chalker, who passed away in February.
>
>Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction is a monthly half-hour
>television series about the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and
>horror.  Fast Forward is produced by D.G. Productions through the
>facilities of Arlington Independent Media in Arlington, Virginia.
>The show has been in production since 1989 and can be viewed on cable
>systems in Arlington and Fairfax counties in Virginia.  Recent
>interviews are also available online at www.fast-forward.tv.
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>Kathi D. Overton
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>Associate Producer
>Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
>www.fast-forward.tv