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Jun 06

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 135 – Our Interview with Glenn Hauman (Crazy 8 Press, X-Men, Star Trek)

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 135

Our Interview with Glenn Hauman 

(Crazy 8 Press, X-Men, Star Trek) 

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  • Interview:  Glenn Hauman
  • Trivia:  New trivia and a chance to win Michael Hogan

 

Trivia:

Question: Name an actor on BSG who played 2 different characters.  Clue. Not a cylon.

Prize:  A Michael Hogan signed print.

You will have until June 26  to send us your answers. Please include the code word mentioned in the first 15 minutes of the show. Send your answer with your mailing address to scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com, call us at 18885084343, or DM us on Twitter at @scifidiner. Make sure you include your e-mail with all entries! Only one entry per person.   The SciFi Diner is not responsible for any injuries occurring if you secretly decide to go all shiny and dress in a browncoat and walk into your local bar.

Interview: Glenn Hauman

Glenn Hauman is an American writer, editor, publisher and comic book colorist. He has worked in a variety of roles in print and electronic publishing, including software and website development, as well as for his TV and novel work within the Star Trek and X-Men franchises.

Hauman worked was an editorial consultant to Simon & Schuster Interactive for many years, during which he contributed to a number of Star Trek CD-ROMs, such as the Star Trek EncyclopediaStar Trek: The Next Generation Companion and Star Trek: Deep Space NineCompanion, as well as those for other properties, such as Farscape.

Hauman was a founder of Hell’s Kitchen Systems, Inc., which was purchased by Red Hat in 2000 for $85.6 million. He was a founder of BiblioBytes, an electronic publishing site, and was called a “young Turk of publishing” in the New York Observer.

Hauman was a founding board member of the World Wide Web Artists Consortium, and was the former chair of their Netlaw special interest group.

Hauman has been a featured speaker at numerous industry trade shows, conventions, organization meetings, and the World Science Fiction Convention.

Among Hauman’s books are the eBooks Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers: No Surrender  and Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers: Creative Couplings.Couplings was co-authored with Aaron Rosenberg, and is noteworthy for the first Klingon/Jewish wedding ceremony, for which it was covered on NPR and the Jewish weekly newspaper The Forward. He also coauthored the “Redemption” story in the Star Trek: New Frontier anthology No Limits with Lisa Sullivan.

Hauman wrote the short stories “On The Air”, which appeared in the anthology Ultimate X-Men, and “Chasing Hairy”, which appeared in the anthology X-Men Legends. Both were featured on the Sci-Fi Channel’s Seeing Ear Theater. He also contributed to the anthology Urban Nightmares.

Hauman is a columnist for ComicMix. He also provided the color art for ComicMix’s online publication of Mike Grell’s Jon Sable, Freelance, which began in November 2007, and was the Assistant Editor on The Original Johnson, a biographical comic book about boxer Jack Johnson.

Hauman is the webmaster of the websites of writers Peter David and Robert Greenberger.

In April 2011, Hauman joined with Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman, and Robert Greenberger, in assembling an electronic publishing endeavor called Crazy Eight Press, which would allow them to publish e-books directly to fans.

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