Kerry O'Quinn has worked in nearly every capacity of the entertainment industry during his incredible and unique career – film, tv, conventions, musicals, soundtracks, and of course ... the magazine industry. Kerry created and founded Starlog magazine, along with a slew of other indelible classics like Fangoria. He has influenced and inspired thousands of creatives, all while consistently moving forward on his own projects.
In part one of a two-part in-depth interview, Kerry will talk about his Texas upbringings, his first conversation with Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, and his fateful meeting with Norman Jacobs. A meeting that led to the beginning of a long and adventurous career, albeit one that started randomly enough in the Soap Opera world.
But eventually, it leads to Starlog. And that's when things start to get really interesting.
You won't want to miss this truly inspiration conversation with Kerry. And make sure to check back for part 2.
Follow all of Kerry's endeavors here: http://www.kerryoquinn.com
Kerry would LOVE to hear about your thoughts on this interview. he can be found on twitter, hit him up and follow him! https://twitter.com/austexk72
Starlog is free and available in these archives right here! https://archive.org/details/starlogmagazine
Watch Kerry talk soap operas in this Barbara Walters Special.
Kerry was making films way before any of us could with the click of a phone. Here's an except from his short film, Justice Inc.
Although Fangoria is no longer owned by Kerry, its legacy lives on and is enjoyed by thousands of rabbid horror fans worldwide. Visit them here- http://www.fangoria.com
All of today's music was personally given to us by the diverse and talented Kurt Gellersted. His work can be found here, we encourage you to check him out- http://www.kurtgellersted.com
On the show, we played the songs "Desert Birds" & "The Jackal".
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