Can’t Shake the Dollhouse: Jane Espenson edits anthology

Dollhouse has been put to bed (translation? canceled by Fox), but as with every other series by Joss Whedon, fans just refuse to let it die.  Now, Mutant Enemy alum Jane Espenson has edited an anthology that covers Dollhouse from start to finish.

Inside Joss’ Dollhouse: From Alpha to Rossum is a tribute to the short-lived and troubled series, and gives fans one more look at the enigma that seemed to best describe all the conflicted characters, from the Dollhouse’s amoral Topher, to the rebellious Echo.

Sections were submitted by fans around the world, and selected by Espenson, who provides additional insights into the series.

Inside Joss’ Dollhouse is published by Smart Pop, an imprint of BenBella Books and available for pre-order from Amazon.com for $10.08.

Kristen

Kristen, a freelance writer, has been a part of the Whedonverse Network since 2004 and Managing Editor since 2008.She has contributed news items as well as feature pieces reporting on and exploring the wide, wide world of Whedon and beyond.

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Kristen, a freelance writer, has been a part of the Whedonverse Network since 2004 and Managing Editor since 2008. She has contributed news items as well as feature pieces reporting on and exploring the wide, wide world of Whedon and beyond.

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