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 …

Women of Lynch: A Chat With Courtenay Stallings of The Blue Rose Magazine

It was my great pleasure to catch up with Courtenay Stallings of The Blue Rose Magazine to chat about their upcoming Women of Lynch issue. You'll find all the exciting details here, and be sure to pre-order your copy of special edition magazine over at www.bluerosemag.com today and take a sneak preview of the making of the …

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 – Mya McBriar (Part II)

We met Mya McBriar during my previous column, and she explained how growing up in the woods of Northwest New Jersey shaped her viewing of Twin Peaks. From the original series to Fire Walk With Me, her surroundings affected her Twin Peaks viewing experience and her viewing experiences deeply affected her life. Today, Mya describes …

Notes from the Bookhouse: The Fans Speak

As part-time curator of the Bookhouse library (when Lucy's busy with police business) I often get to overhear some great conversations between patrons, those intrepid Bookhouse Boys and Babes who frequent this fine establishment. Sometimes — if the books are shelved and properly alphabetized, per Lucy's instructions — I even get to partake! Such was the case earlier …