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Talkin’ Tauntauns Podcast Episode 33: Alyssa Wong on the joys of writing Doctor Aphra

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Talkin’ Tauntauns Podcast Episode 33: Alyssa Wong on the joys of writing Doctor Aphra

The writer behind the Galaxy’s most notorious archeologist sits down with the crew of our Star Wars podcast.

The Talkin’ Tauntauns crew is joined by the incredibly talented and hilarious Alyssa Wong, the award winning writer who’s currently delighting Star Wars fans with her work on the ongoing Doctor Aphra comic book series. Alyssa was a wonderful guest who spent the entire show hanging out with us and answered our many questions about Doctor Aphra, the creative process, and tolerated our many tangents. If you love Star Wars and Doctor Aphra, then you owe it to yourself to listen!

The crew of Talkin’ Tauntauns is the AIPT Star Wars dream team: Event Coordinator JJ Travers, Producer Jim Lehane, and Contributor Connor Christiansen. Join us as we discuss the latest news in Star Wars, as well as our thoughts on the books, comics, TV series, and movies from a galaxy far, far away.

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Be on the show and email us at TalkinTauntauns@AIPTComics.com. You can find Talkin’ Tauntauns on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Simplecast, or right on AIPT. As always, if you enjoy the show, be sure to leave us a review, subscribe to the show, and tell your friends!

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