- New York magazine took the opportunity to point out what the release of a new Star Wars film really means and included some early numbers from AO3. “[I]f you have even passing knowledge of the internet you won’t be surprised to hear that hundreds of authors and illustrators in the fan-fiction community are already hard at work asking tough questions, like, ‘Yo, what if these two (or three) characters kissed?’ But in a Star Wars universe with at least four major new roles, the key question is: Who are we most excited to read about boning?”
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Lisa Nicholas wears many hats: pro author, freelance web designer, crazy cat lady. When she’s not doing all of that, she fangirls as roane and roane72: recently Marvel and Star Wars (again, still, and always), but she’s also been active in the Sherlock and Doctor Who fandoms. At one point she’d hoped she’d be over her lifetime crush on Mark Hamill, but has now just given in and accepted it.