StarShipSofa No 586 David Gray

May 1, 2019 by Jeremy Szal

Main Fiction: “Wreckers’ Moon” by David Gray

Gray is a Scots-born writer and creative director living in Brooklyn, NYC.

His journalistic and design credits include Blackbook, Gear magazine, Out, Time Inc, Lollipop mag and others. His fiction has found its way to Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores, Metaphorosis, the forthcoming Children of the Sky anthology, Chrome Baby and others. Gray’s first sci-fi novel – Moonflowers – is in contract to print early 2019, with a sequel and a Scotland-set modern fairy tale following and publishing soon after. He did so much unseen world-building for Wreckers’ Moon that he’d love to make it into a novel some day soon.

Narrated by: Andrea Richardson

Andrea is a British singer and actress. With extensive stage and film performances to her name, she began narration and voiceover work in 2014 but enjoys using her existing skills in a different way. You can find her at andrea-richardson.co.uk and on Facebook.

Comments

  1. So, what’s that mean, are you pulling the plug on TTT like you did on FFF, CCC, PPP? You’re Killing me Tony!

  2. I’d like to encourage the novel. There’s a shortage of creative Space Opera for some reason & this is just that. A very enjoyable story.

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