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July 01 2012

Why Jane Espenson supports 'Can't Stop The Serenity'. In related Jane coverage, she has her own panel at Comic-Con on the Sunday.

12:00-1:00 Espenson: an Anagram for Openness- Writer Jane Espenson (Once Upon a Time, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Battlestar Galactica, Game of Thrones, Husbands) discusses past and current work with moderator Jenna Busch (Zap2It). Artwork from an upcoming Buffy comic will provide the first look at an anticipated new character, and Husbands' Brad Bell (Pop-Up Videos), Sean Hemeon, and Jeff Greenstein (Will and Grace, Desperate Housewives) will be on hand to discuss the upcoming season 2. Attend to learn which sci-fi superstar is joining the Husbands cast. Room 7AB

Amazing how much Jane can say in just one sentence!
In other CSTS news, we are still receiving registrations for screenings including what I think are a record number of new cities in the US, Canada, the UK and Australia. If you don't think there is one near you, then check again. If there is one near you, have you bought your ticket yet?
Remember, Joss said that we should make more noise this year and what better way than to top what we have given to Equality Now in the past?
Jane's also at the 20 years of Buffy panel.
I spend time with the kids and I miss all this Jane stuff on twitter. ;-)

Anyways, that quote rocks.

The panel sounds like fun and that title is just super corny. I love it. I never knew that about her name.

So if the panel is about all things Jane, I wonder if someone from Once Upon A Time will join her. She's definitely writing for it as she tweeted that she was writing Regina and "27 speaking parts."

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