The name Star Wars Reporter was inspired by the celebrity news site, “The Hollywood Reporter“. The idea was to become the “Hollywood Reporter of the Star Wars universe”. Along with reporting on the latest fandom news, the goal of the founders and staff is to deliver contests, giveaways, interviews, original content, videos and a weekly PODCAST to round out our complete coverage. Star Wars Reporter has a diverse group of writers that includes published authors, game designers, 501st Legion members and more!
MEET THE TEAM
Eric “The Gingerman”
One of Eric Postma’s earliest memories is seeing The Empire Strikes Back in the theater. That was all it took to make him a fan of Star Wars for life. Whether it was devouring the old EU books and comics or binge watching Clone Wars on Netflix, he has never lost touch with the films and the world they created.Currently, he edits and ghostwrites fiction and non-fiction at Gingerman Editorial when he isn’t busily indoctrinating his six kids in the ways of the Force. Follow him on Twitter @gingermaneditor
Dr W. Steven Saunders
Dr. Saunders is a licensed psychologist practicing in Clermont, FL. He is a Associate Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Central Florida. Steven is huge fan of all things Star Wars since 1977 and a great SciFi fan generally. He lives with his beautiful wife Cindy and has two grown sons, Donovan (Aka Revan) and Dylan. He can be reached for comment or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Astrid Tuttle Winegar
Astrid Tuttle Winegar is the author of “Cooking for Halflings & Monsters: 111 Comfy, Cozy Recipes for Fantasy-Loving Souls” (in paperback and epub formats from your favorite online booksellers). She loves Middle-earth, Narnia, the Final Frontier, and many other things besides. She has a special love for the Galaxy Far, Far Away. She lives in the enchanted city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, with her husband. Visit her website for more information: Astrid Tuttle Winegar | Cooking for Halflings & Monsters. Staff Reporter.
Since the age of five, Miriam has aspired to write swashbuckling adventures for all walks of life, and she is currently pursuing the world as a journalist and co-editor of a small-town, Minnesota newspaper. Miriam has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Christian Study from Crown College (St. Bonifacius, Minn.) and has been avidly studying the theological principles of Star Wars since 2015. When not at the office or chasing down news, she can found in her writing den, in front of a movie, or simply enjoying coffee.