Teresa Delgado

Teresa is a freelance writer and owner of Fangirl Next Door a fandom website that focuses on the world of girls in fandom. The site primarily focuses on Star Wars but looks at all things geeky. In addition she also is a staff member and writer for The Star Wars Report. She enjoys writing about the things she loves and sharing it with the world.

Teresa enjoys reading, writing, collecting and going to Walt Disney World. Her world of choice is one of fantasy and sci-fi and she tries to find every avenue she can to engulf herself in that magical place. She resides in Texas with her husband and Harry Potter named cats!

Teresa has reported from Star Wars Fandays, Wizard World Austin, Dragon Con, Star Wars Weekends and Star Wars Celebration. Her fandom has expanded to the world of podcasting where she has been the co-host of a number of shows including Disney Vault Talk, Rebel Yell, Fangirls Going Rogue, Star Wars Bookworms, Galactic Fashion and Spells and Sabers alongside fellow Fantha Tracker Christy Morris.

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