3 Cool Books about Buffy and Joss Whedon

Whedonistas: A Celebration of the Worlds of Joss Whedon by the Women Who Love Them: Essays by authors including Sharon Shinn, Emma Bull, and Elizabeth Bear. They write about the impact of Whedon's work on his female fans.

It's also available on eBay.

The Buffyverse catalog is geared towards the serious Buffyholic. Contents include thorough listings of licensed Buffy comics, episodes, DVDs, scripts, novels, audiobooks and soundtracks, Buffy board and card games, and magazines; as well as unlicensed scholarly and media materials (books, essays, journal articles, interviews, scholarly articles, derivative works and parodies). A major reference for geek and pop entertainment writers.

Also available for a bit less on eBay.

Joss Whedon: Conversations is a collection of interviews and conversations the authors (an English teacher and a literature professor) had with Joss about his life and work. Topics include Joss and feminism; Serenity; crafts; the web; metaphysics; and of course, Buffy.

Just $6.75 this week on Amazon.