Delve into the mysteries of Fringe: September’s Notebook, the official TV tie-in book that is truly unlike any book of its kind. This unique tome that charts all five seasons of the WB series is an essential, and fully sanctioned, part of Fringe‘s mythology. Written from the perspective of the Observer known as September, Fringe: September’s Notebook features lush in-world storytelling and thousands of never-before-seen images that provide new insight into the series.
The extraordinary tale of how Walter Bishop, Peter Bishop, Olivia Dunham, their close colleagues, families, friends, and alternate universes doppelgangers affected September, has been captured here in immense detail, with complete support, input, and guidance from the show’s producers. Over a year in the making, Fringe: September’s Notebook is a 192-page hardback notebook overflowing with September’s handwritten observations, covert photographs, personal sketches and musings, as well as extensive FBI case files and hyper-detailed Massive Dynamic intel. Fans will even be able to interact with September’s movable notes, salvaged elements, and highly classified tangible elements.
Secrets that September kept to himself will be revealed here for the first time, and so much more, in Fringe: September’s Notebook – The Bishop Paradox. The official tie-in book experience will never be the same again…
by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry
from Insight Editions
Tara Bennett (formerly DiLullo) is the author or co-author of several movie and TV companion books including The Lost Encyclopedia and 24: The Official Companion Guide: Seasons 1 through 6. She has also written for print and online publications such as SCI FI Magazine, SciFi Wire/Blastr.com, WSJSpeakeasy, Fandango/Movies.com, Fancast, and Newsarama. She is the East Coast Editor for the world’s premiere sci-fi/fantasy publication, SFX Magazine.
Tara is an adjunct professor at Rowan University in New Jersey, teaching Film and Television studies. As part of her curriculum, Bennett utilizes programs such as LOST and 24 to teach her students how to write for television. Before starting her journalism career, Tara worked for almost a decade as a television producer on the east coast for outlets such as CN8 and Comcast.
Paul Terry co-authored (with Tara Bennett) the LOST Encyclopedia and was the editor of Bad Robot/ABC’s official magazines for LOST and Alias. He has also helmed several other major licensed publications including Futurama and The Simpsons comics.
Paul is also a songwriter/composer. Under his solo moniker of Cellarscape his records include the acclaimed 2011 album ‘A Theta/Delta Union’. His film soundtracks include the multi-award-winning werewolf comedy The Furred Man. Paul lives in London, England.