Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Courtenay Stallings of the Blue Rose Magazine

I met Courtenay Stallings and her husband Bob at the 2017 Twin Peaks Festival in Washington. Her kindness and her passion for Twin Peaks and David Lynch's other work is clearly evident in talking with her and experiencing Twin Peaks' physical setting with her in Washington.  What makes Courtenay unique as a fan, is that …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Eric Allen Hatch

There are few social media accounts that I believe successfully connect my odd sense of humor with my love of Twin Peaks and David Lynch. Eric Allen Hatch is a meme-generating genius whose love of David Lynch is poured into each of his creations. Through his Twitter and Instagram accounts, he simultaneously takes some not-so-subtle …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Javier of Black Lodge Cult

Javier is a relatively new Twin Peaks fan.  As he details below, he was much too young to see the original series when it first aired, and that hasn't stopped him from feeling the impact during his first experience.  He's directed his Twin Peaks passion into Black Lodge Cult, a Twitter page that incorporates captioned …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – The Diane Podcast Team

Throughout their review of Twin Peaks’ original run, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Season 3, and their podcast’s subsequent branching, the Diane team has led us on a fast-paced, research-based look through the trees using their keen senses, an anthropological lens and Part 8’s “Uterus Trumpet.”  If you’re like me, closely observing the eclectic …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Daniel Ceresia

Daniel Ceresia and I are fellow members of the Blue Rose Task Force.  We didn’t “meet” on a case diving deeper into Lois Duffy’s strange disappearances, but through Showtime’s conscious assembling of about twenty passionate Twin Peaks fans whose collective social media presence made 2017’s Season 3 more special than I could have possibly imagined. …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Mark O’Brien of Twin Peaks Scotia

I met Mark O’Brien during the 2017 Twin Peaks Festival in Washington. My wife and I arrived at Mount Si High School for the official festival opening, and there was Mark; taking in the cool air (not too cool) and listening to the sounds before the doors opened for the Festival sign-in. Someone told me …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Ben and Bryon of the Twin Peaks Unwrapped Podcast

I didn’t even meet Ben and Bryon, the intrepid Twin Peaks Unwrapped hosts, when they were seated at a sound board recording their podcast just a few feet from me way back in 2016. After our hearts were temporarily stopped in the spring of 2015 (when David Lynch pulled out of the project), and following …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Jubel Brosseau of the Counter Esperanto Podcast

Jubel Brosseau is one half of the creative team that helms the Counter Esperanto: Tangents About Twin Peaks podcast.  In my previous Living Novel entry, I profiled his podcasting partner Karl Eckler (@beachrubble on Twitter).  Jubel and Karl have teamed to provide a high-quality, weird-influenced production that begins with a quality audio experience for the listener, …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Karl Eckler of the Counter Esperanto Podcast

During the run-up to Season 3 of Twin Peaks, I consumed as many podcasts as I could while driving to and from work, hoping to pick up every little nugget of information, while remaining as spoiler-free as possible.  Over the next two months, I'll be sharing the Living Novel entries of some of my favorite Twin …