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A Star Wars literary podcast that strives to deliver an educational and yet, entertaining analysis and outlook, pertaining to the new canonical novels/YA books from the galaxy far, far away. In other words, Becca and Mark are your guardians to the Whills and your librarians to the long-lost Jedi Archives.
 
A madcap Frenchman posing as an ambassador's barber blackmails a dishonest duke to introduce him as a nobleman to a wealthy belle of Bath. Since the duke himself hopes to mend his fortunes by wedding this very woman, he attempts to murder Beaucaire, and failing that to discredit him. To test the lady's mettle, Beaucaire allows his deception to be exposed--up to a point--and there we must draw the curtain to preserve the surprise ending. ( Summary by Thomas A. Copeland )
 
The Magnificent Ambersons is a 1918 novel by Booth Tarkington which won the 1919 Pulitzer Prize. It was the second novel in the Growth trilogy, which included The Turmoil (1915) and The Midlander (1923, retitled National Avenue in 1927). In 1942 Orson Welles directed a film version, also titled The Magnificent Ambersons. The novel and trilogy traces the growth of the United States through the declining fortunes of three generations of the aristocratic Amberson family in a fictional Mid-Weste ...
 
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In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, Mark and Becca review The High Republic: A Test of Courage by Justina Ireland. Your hosts take a deep-dive into the second story from The High Republic Era that follows a young Vernestra Rwoh on her very first mission as a Jedi Knight. They discuss how A Test of Courage expands the story by adding more mystiqu…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf welcomes one of the lead story architects on the Star Wars cross-platform initiative The High Republic and New York Times Bestselling author, Daniel José Older to the show! In this episode, Mark and Becca sit down with Mr. Older to talk about all things Star Wars and the collaborative creative writing process behind The High Repu…
 
In review: Star Wars: Light of the Jedi by Charles Soule and Del Rey Publishing. In this episode, Mark and Becca sit down to discuss the most anticipated novel of the year! Star Wars: Light of the Jedi by Charles Soule is the introduction to The High Republic, the golden age of the Jedi. Your hosts go over the format of how the novel is structured,…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf takes a moment from reading to discuss the season finale of season 2 of the Disney Plus series: The Mandalorian. In this episode, Mark and Becca go over how the series has successfully incorporated literature into its live-action narrative. But first, your hosts talk a bit about some recent Star Wars News. Help us spread the word…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf is back with Part 3 of their review of Star Wars: From A Certain Point Of View: The Empire Strikes Back. In this episode, Mark and Becca discuss chapters 28 through 40 and talk about how each one changes or enhances The Empire Strikes Back. But first, your hosts go over the latest chapter of Star Wars: The Mandalorian: The Traged…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf welcomes author Cole Horton to the show! In this episode, your hosts' review "The Star Wars Book" by DK Publishing and co-authored by Cole Horton, Dan Zehr, and Pablo Hidalgo. Mark, Becca, and their special guest Cole Horton discuss the writing process, concept planning, and all the makings that went into crafting this wonderous …
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf is back with Part 2 of their review of Star Wars: From A Certain Point Of View: The Empire Strikes Back. In this episode, Mark and Becca discuss chapters 15 through 27 and talk about how each one changes and uniquely enhances the film. But first, your hosts go over the latest chapter of Star Wars: The Mandalorian: The Siege on Di…
 
In this Episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, Mark and Becca sit down to discuss the first fourteen of forty stories from Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back. Your hosts take a close look at each of the first fourteen short stories and talk about how each one changes and uniquely enhances the film. But first, they go over the …
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf reviews Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 Poster Book by Disney Books and Lucasfilm Press. Mark and Becca sit down to discuss Episode 1: The Marshal from Season 2 of Star Wars: The Mandalorian on Disney Plus, Cobb Vanth's character crossover debut from Star Wars: Aftermath trilogy, and the Poster Book of Season 2. Help us sprea…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf jumps on The High Republic Hype Train! In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, Mark and Becca sit down and take a closer look at the upcoming Star Wars: The High Republic series coming out this January. They discuss possible continuity connections, Jedi Lore through the lens of the Knights of the Roundtable, and lightsabers in com…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf apologizes in advance for the audio interference found within this episode. Unfortunately, there are some inconsistencies with the recording, resulting in the form of an echo. Your hosts' hope that you'll still find the interview worthwhile and enjoyable despite the audio hiccup. In this episode, Mark and Becca welcome Amy Ratcli…
 
In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, your hosts' review, "A Jedi, You Will Be," by Preeti Chhibber and Disney Publishing. But that's not all! No. They sit down for a deep-dive discussion on The Mandalorian and realize this conversation could be a "bridger" too far. As in, Ezra Bridger. Shoutout to Rahul Kohli for the fun tweets on twitter! Help u…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf welcomes E. Anne Convery, The Clone Wars Anthology Author of the short-story "Bug," to the show! Your hosts' had the honor to sit-down with the delightful and talented author of the only original short-story from Star Wars: The Clone Wars - stories of the light and dark, E. Anne Convery, and discuss "Bug," Star Wars, and fairytal…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf reviews Star Wars: Thrawn Ascendancy (Chaos Rising) by Timothy Zahn and Del Rey Publishing. In this episode, your hosts discuss the first story of a new Thrawn trilogy as they journey back to the wars among the stars, to a time long ago "Beyond" a galaxy far, far away. But first, Mark and Becca take the time to go over the latest…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf is LIVE from Force Fest Celebration! In this episode, your hosts bring their discussion to the Force Fest virtual stage as they talk about character crossovers and the evolution of literary characters from storybook to on-screen, and to live-action in their very own theme park, Star Wars: Galaxy Edge! Headlining their conversatio…
 
Tarkin's Top Shelf welcomes Sarah Kuhn, the author of Star Wars: Doctor Aphra (audio drama) to the show. In this episode, your hosts' invite Sarah Kuhn to discuss Chelli Lona Aphra's character, her story, and the creating process that became Doctor Aphra's chaotic chronicles of near-death experiences. So, ladies and gentlemen, and violent robots, w…
 
In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, your hosts' welcome Alden Diaz from Ahch-To Radio to the show. Mark and Becca sit down with Alden to discuss Star Wars perigons and cyclical connections. Specifically, the closing scene, "A New Home" from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. But first, they go over the latest in Star Wars news like Vader, issue 4…
 
In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, Mark and Becca review Star Wars: Poe Dameron: Free Fall by Alex Segura and Disney/Lucasfilm Press. Your hosts discuss the prequel character-focused book about our favorite hot-headed star pilot, Poe Dameron. They go over character evolution, plot device, and cohesive continuity of the overall story. But first,…
 
In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, your hosts' review Star Wars: Doctor Aphra (an audio drama) by Sarah Kuhn and Random House Audio. Mark and Becca discuss the format of the story, character relevance, and evolution, and the necessity of the storyline to move the story, as a whole, forward. Help us spread the word about the show Click here to s…
 
In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, Mark and Becca review the sequel to George Mann's "Star Wars: Myths & Fables," "Dark Legends." Your hosts discuss each story and how it connects to the real world and the galaxy far, far away. So, as the media announcement reads, "Read on if you dare!" the same thing applies here. Except, "click play, instead …
 
In this episode of Tarkin’sTop Shelf, Mark and Becca revisit Solo: A Star Wars Solo now on Disney Plus, and go over The Mandalorian Publishing Program announcement. But first, your hosts discuss the latest in Star Wars news, Doctor Aphra Audio Drama by Sarah Kuhn, Anakin discussions in the upcoming From a Certain Point of View Strikes Back, and pos…
 
Jordan O'Brien is our worship leader at Island Church. As a son of a black father and white mother, he has a unique perspective on life and recent occurrences in our culture. His stories and experiences are uniquely his, but hopefully helpful for others as well.Oh, and Jordan O'Brien is also my son-in-law. I'm proud of him and thankful we were able…
 
Kevin Cloud is the author of the book "God and Hamilton" that looks at the blockbuster musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda and how the life stories of Alexander Hamilton and his wife show clear biblical teachings such as forgiveness, love, redemption, and repentance.This discussion with Kevin goes into areas related to creative expression, the arts, and …
 
In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, your hosts welcome Idiot's Array Podcast and Kanata's Castle to a "Behind the Podcast" roundtable event. The Pitiful Little Band Network, a collective group of positive Star Wars content contributors and creators who love delving deep in passionate discussions about the galaxy far, far away. Help us spread the…
 
In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, Mark and Becca welcome author Adam Bray to the show for a Bookish Perspective on Star Wars. Adam Bray is the author of Marvel and Star Wars Visual Dictionaries and Encyclopedias, and most recently, "Ultimate Star Wars, New Edition (Journey to The Rise of Skywalker)." Mr. Bray joins Becca and Mark on the latest…
 
In this episode of Tarkin's Top Shelf, Mark and Becca talk about what's coming to Star Wars. Your hosts take a look at "Jedi Temple Challenge," featuring Ahmed Best as Master Kelleran Beq and then set their focus on Star Wars: From A Certain POV Strikes Back. Mark and Becca go into an in-depth, but fun, conversation on the many story possibilities …
 
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