Author and journalist Bonnie Burton writes about pop culture and entertainment. Her books include: Salem: 54 Cryptids of North America, The Art of Abominable Movie (Cameron Books), Live or Die? Survival Hacks (Becker & Mayer/Scholastic), J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Movie Magic Amazing Artifacts (Penguin Random House), Crafting with Feminism (Quirk Books), The Star Wars Craft Book (Penguin Random House), Star Wars the Clone Wars: Planets in Peril (DK Readers), Draw Star Wars the Clone Wars (Klutz Books), You Can Draw Star Wars (DK Children), Girls Against Girls: Why We Are Mean to Each Other and How We Can Change (Zest Books), and Never Threaten to Eat Your Co-Workers: Best of Blogs (Apress). In addition to Alta, Bonnie writes about movies, TV, and weird science for CNET.com, and has written for Lucasfilm, Disney, CNN, CBS, NBC, AARP, Wired, Playboy, Star Wars Insider, SFX, Geek, Bust, Craft, Organic Living and more. More on her site: GRRL.com
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