My occupation is Partnerships, Movies / TV @ Fandom
Bio Director of Partnerships for Movies and TV at Fandom, Brian previously held positions in Marketing, Editorial, and Branded Content at Fandom. He has been on the fan-media scene since dial-up, and loves space sagas and superheroes.
I would like to humbly request a brief interview with any of the survivors or parents of victims of the Columbine tragedy. I know you may get many but I have a special mission and I think you would be onboard with it. Just briefly I will describe my standard proceedure for the process:
1) Preliminary questions are presented for approval to the interviewee.
2) An audio interview takes place. At this time, if the interviewee wishes to erase the interview or edit it, they are welcome to do so.
3) Transcript of the interview is supplied to interviewee along with red pen to edit as seen fit, etc.
4) Only upon final approval of the interviewee is the interview considered for inclusion in the book and/or podcasts.
Please advise whether this is something we could do with someone in the organization.
You likely already know this - but that article was slightly wrong. The whole Parsecs thing is actually SUPPOSED to be about distance. The Kessel Run involves skirting a black hole known as "The Maw'. What he's boasting is that he was able to complete a loop so very dangerous (his ship was also damaged in the process).
Sadly, though, this used to be canon, until Disney decided the movies took place in a different universe to the books/games.