This September, BellaBooks
will publish an all new, unauthorised, book on Farscape. Entitled Farscape Forever! Sex, Drugs and Killer Muppets, the book features an interesting examination of the show through a series of essays from acclaimed SF and Fantasy, scientists and TV critics.
I had the chance to see a copy of the book some time ago, and it really is quite an interesting read, and a different way at looking at the show from several people. I'd definitely give it a bit of a recommendation.
You can order the release now, using the Amazon.com - Farscape Forever! Sex, Drugs and Killer Muppets
The press release for the book appears below.
| Wanted! For Crossing Boundaries, Breaking New Ground and Inpsiring Fervent Devotion Among Its Viewers.|
The most innovative science fiction program to hit television in decades, Farscape was the show that fans wouldn't let die. In Farscape Forever SF authors, scientists and critcs celebrate the show's uniqueness, honesty and willingness to take risks, including:
SF reviewer and author Justina Robson on fetishes, post-imperialism and the pleasure principle
Novelist Tee Morris on what would have happened if NASA had been in charge of Project Farscape
Scientist and author Thomas Easton on how to design your own Moya
Acclaimed novelist Jim Butcher on why crackers really dont matter
Author Roxanne Longstreet Conrad on the best vacation spots in the Uncharted Territories
Critic Michael Marano on the reason for the show's realism: the puppets
Writer Jeanne Cavelos on Farscape's penchant for confounding expectations and raising the stakes and why it just may be the smartest thing any show has ever done.