EUCantina’s staff is dedicated to bringing you the very best in news, reviews, columns, interviews and other content. Although no money is involved, the rewards of seeing their hard work respected and enjoyed is more than enough for the wonderful staff, and without them the site could not function. Below are the names of the current staff of the EUCantina. Each staff member also has a short bio and introduction below their name so EUC readers can know the people who help run this place a little bit better.
All staff can be contacted though email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Andrew Lupi is the founder of EUCantina. He started out with a simple forum, but converted his EU hub into a full website in 2007. He was one of the original hosts of our official podcast, EUCast, and was also a host of The EU Review. Andrew continues to provide advice and leadership for EUCantina.
William Devereux is EUCantina’s graphic designer and novel reviewer, as well as the host of the We Talk Clones podcast. When he’s not talking about Star Wars or programming, he covers tech news for multiple websites and podcasts, including Anythingbutiphone (where he is the editor-in-chief), Pocketables, and CrowdGadgets. He is also a Microsoft MVP.
Mark Hurliman is a writer and moderator for EUCantina. He joined the website in 2010, around the same time that he became a host of our official podcast, EUCast. Mark’s status as the “Defender of the EU” has made him a popular guest on various Star Wars podcasts. He also hosts Star Wars Beyond the Films, and The Star Wars Report podcasts. He lives in Oregon with his wife and three children. All three of which have an EU name.
Mark’s favorite Star Wars novels are Star by Star, Traitor, and I, Jedi, but he has had the pleasure of reading nearly every existing Star Wars novel and comic.
Zack Alcorn began reporting on video game news for EUCantina in 2009. He assists in all news reporting for the website. Zack is majoring in history at Siena College in New York.
He is an avid golfer and gamer, who loves everything Star Wars. Zack would consider himself a prequel defender.
Erin Amos joined EUCantina in 2012 as a communications coordinator. She contributes to EUCantina by arranging interviews with VIPs, and then conducting those interviews personally. She also works behind-the-scenes to bring fun and exciting giveaways to our readers.
Erin is a huge fan of Star Wars, with particular affinity toward Ewoks. Her favorite Star Wars novel is Traitor and her favorite film is Return of the Jedi. She first experienced Star Wars when she was 14 years old, when the special edition of the Original Trilogy was first released in theaters.
Lawrence Davis joined EUCantina.net near its start, served as one of the original hosts for EUCast, and now reviews Star Wars comics since he consumes too many comics each week. He grew up watching the Star Wars films over and over again, and he dived into the EU after reading the X-wing book series and the New Jedi Order novel, Conquest.
He currently lives in eastern Iowa writing novels after self-publishing his first novel.
Paul joined the EUCantina staff in 2012, combining his love of Star Wars and his obsession with comic books. He has been a Star Wars fan since the early 80′s and is always finding a way to tie Star Wars into every facet of his life.
Paul lives in Virginia. He loves movies, music, plays guitar and is TK-5990, a proud member of the 501st Legion.
Brian joined EUCantina in 2012 as a news reporter. He saw the Original Trilogy when he was so young that he can’t even remember the first time he saw them. His earliest EU memory is listening to audio books of the Jedi Academy trilogy with his family, and since then he has gotten his hands on as much EU material as he can, loving the novels, comics and video games.
Andy Ury joined EUCantina in 2012 as a columnist of the weekly Expanding The Clone Wars column, exploring the current Expanded Universe and fitting it in with the new continuity brought about with The Clone Wars TV series.
Andy has been a huge Star Wars fan since first viewing the VHS Special Edition of the Original Trilogy in 2002, and since then he has poured over every detail of the SWEU. Andy believes every aspect of the Star Wars Expanded Universe can somehow be retconned into one cohesive continuity, including Lil’ Maul and Skippy the Jedi Droid.