Robotical712 is a 33 year old father of two. He was a big fan of Star Wars in the late 90’s, but left the fandom in 2000 and rejoined when TFA came out. He got his start in the speculation community on reddit, but has since branched out and created r/StarWarsReference, a subreddit backed wiki for curating and analyzing Canon. His favorite eras are the Rise of the Empire and Galactic Civil War.
When she isn’t working on real space ships HypersonicHarpist enjoys stories about fictional ones. She first became a Star Wars fan in 1995. She enjoyed the old Expanded Universe novels (now Legends) back in the day and is now really enjoying the new Canon.
Sprinkles is a freelance theater artist and graphic designer from Seattle, Washington. She became a Star Wars fan in her teenage years, after getting so grossed out by the tauntaun guts scene in The Empire Strikes Back when she was eight that she refused to watch the series for almost a decade. She is most interested in the myth and folklore roots of the series, particularly how it relates to the work of Joseph Campbell. She chose her username because she was making rainbow sprinkle Chex Mix the same day she started her reddit account, and the rest is history.
HanSpinel is a planetary geologist moonlighting as a Star Wars aficionado. Han first saw A New Hope as a kid at a sleepover; instantly hooked, they watched The Empire Strikes Back & Return of the Jedi immediately thereafter (his first marathon)! Unfortunately, Han left the fandom sometime between AotC and RotS, but rejoined just in time for Star Wars The Force Awakens. Han loves all things Star Wars, and a few of his favorites are John Williams, Return of the Jedi (yes, he likes ewoks), and Luke Skywalker.
Conn8d is a researcher and analyst who was more into John Williams Star Wars film scores than Star Wars itself, until she was coaxed into seeing The Force Awakens. After that she was hooked, got caught up in the galaxy far, far away and joined fandom. Conn8d has interests in both narrative structures and the storytelling of the series, but also in the economic and social scientific aspects of Disney, Lucasfilm, and fandom.