The Fringe Podcast Episode 528-Interview With the Authors of September’s Notebook

Jan 27, 2013 | 3 comments

In this episode of The Fringe Podcast we bring you our exclusive interview with the authors of September’s Notbook: The Bishop Paradox, Tara Bennett and Paul Terry. Tara and Paul share how the project got started, how involved executive producers Joel Wyman and Jeff Pinkner were with the the project, and how the folks at Warner Brothers and even JJ Abrams got involved with the book. They reveal how the book is structured and tease some of the insights to be discovered within its pages.

The authors also tell us about their experiences with Fringe fans, how they hid easter eggs to the fans in the book, and how the Fringe fandom has forever changed the television landscape. Tara and Paul also spend a few minutes telling us about their thoughts on the Fringe finale and how it lined up with the larger story of Fringe.

September’s Notebook: The Bishop Paradox goes on sale no later than March 12. Pre-order your copy today via our Amazon affiliate link.

Connect with Tara Bennet on Twitter at @TaraDBennet or her website at Connect with Paul Terry on Twitter at @PTProjects or his website at

[soundcloud id=’76768374′]


Related Episodes

OKC Fringe Finale Party Recap

OKC Fringe Finale Party Recap

It's hard to believe that it's been nearly 2 months since the Fringe finale. We want to again thank everyone who was able to make the trip to Oklahoma City and be a part of the Golden Spiral Media Fringe Finale Party! Whether you drove in from just a few miles away,...


  1. Finch

    Shared in Google+. This is really interesting, I’m also curious about the “book”

  2. Kevin K.

    What a great interview. I love my copy of The Lost Encyclopedia, and i can’t wait to get September’s Notebook– it sounds even cooler now tha it did before! Loved hearing Paul Terry on a podcast again, as i used to really love the UK Lost Podcast that he appeared on (i kind of hoped to hear a mention of that– those were the days!). And Tara was fascinating as well (and boy can she talk!), and it lead me to discover her many books on Firefly which i will now also have to buy. Great job guys!


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.