Earl Green creates stuff that he would want to hear, read, or see. He has written and self-published books on TV science fiction, including VWORP!1 and VWORP!2 (covering Doctor Who) and WARP!1 (covering classic Star Trek in live action and animated form, as well as Gene Roddenberry’s 1960s series The Lieutenant, and his ’70s pilots and series), as well as the popular geeky memoir Fatherhood, Fandom, And Fading Out.
He produced the popular Phosphor Dot Fossils and Best Of Classic Gaming Expo video game documentary DVD series between 2007-2010 as he went solo after a lengthy career as an award-winning television promotions writer/producer at numerous stations in Wisconsin and Arkansas.
As a freelance writer, his work has been featured on All Game Guide, Classic Gamer Magazine, and Retroist.com.
From his home base at theLogBook.com, he hosts several podcasts, including Retrogram, a bi-weekly podcast which picks a week between 1970 and 1990, and reassesses the sci-fi/fantasy/horror/superhero shows that aired during that week, giving them a fresh examination in light of modern entertainment trends as well as what was in the zeitgeist at the time, Select Game (covering the Magnavox Odyssey video game family from the 1970s and early ’80s), and theLogBook.com’s Escape Pod (a 365-day-a-year today-in-history podcast with a space, science fiction, and geeky pop-culture focus). His classic video game fixation extends to theLogBook’s frequently-updated YouTube channel.
He’s also the technical director of Mission Log Live: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast, in addition to being a freelance writer, graphic designer, voice-over artist, and – more than anything – a full-time dad. He is based in Utah, and hails from Fort Smith, Arkansas, and has included one of very few good photos of himself with a horse in an effort to boost his cowboy cred for this occasion.