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StarShipSofa No 550 David Court

Patreon support now standing at 426 – last week 413 Help us get to 500 Patreon Supporters. Main Fiction: “ISOL-8” by David Court This story is original to StarShip Sofa. David Court is a short story author and novelist, whose works have appeared in over a dozen venues including Tales to Terrify, Visions from The Void, […]

StarShip Sofa No 549 Michael Reid

Main Fiction: “The Third Man” by Michael Reid This story is a StarShip Sofa original. Michael Reid lives near Toronto, Canada, where he divides his time between studying the stars and writing stories set among them. His work has appeared in Interzone, Escape Pod, and Cast of Wonders. Follow him on Twitter at @writereid or […]

StarShip Sofa No 545 Aaron Emmel

<iframe width=”100%” height=”80″ src=”https://embed.acast.com/starshipsofa/starshipsofano545aaronemmel” scrolling=”no” frameborder=”0″ style=”border:none;overflow:hidden;”></iframe> Main Fiction: “A Small Price to Pay” by Aaron Emmel This story originally appeared at Planet Scumm (February 2018) Aaron’s stories have appeared in numerous publications. He is also the author of dozens of essays, an historical fiction graphic novel, and the science fiction gamebook series Midnight Legion. Find him […]

StarShip Sofa No 546 Elana Gomel

Patreon support now standing at 414 – last week 412 Help us get to 500 Patreon Supporters. Main Fiction: “In the Moment” by Elana Gomel This story originally appeared at New Horizons (November 1, 2010) Elana Gomel is an Associate Professor at the Department of English and American Studies at Tel-Aviv University. She is the author […]

StarShip Sofa No 543 Matthew Shean

Patreon support now standing at 418 – last week 417 Help us get to 500 Patreon Supporters. Main Fiction: “Sylvia and Larry” by Matthew Shean This story originally appeared in the anthology Lazarus Risen (Bundoran Press, 2016) Matthew has a Ph.D. in developmental biology and spent twenty years chained to a lab bench trying to understand why […]

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