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StarShipSofa No 473 Leah Cypess

  Main Fiction: “What We Ourselves are Not” by Leah Cypess Originally published in Asimov’s..   Leah Cypess wrote her first short story – in which the narrator was an ice cream cone – at the age of six, and sold her first piece of fiction while in high school. She has degrees in biology, journalism, and law, […]

StarShipSofa No 472 Richard Johnson and George Nikolopoulos

Amy H. Sturgis – Hocus Pocus Comics Main Fiction: “In Apprehension How Like a God” by Richard Johnson Originally published in Writers of the Future Richard Johnson is an award-winning writer of science fiction having won the Gold Award at the Writers of the Future Competition in 2011 and the Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest in 2012. […]

StarShipSofa No 471 Kate O’Connor

Main Fiction: “Intertwined” by Kate O’Connor Originally published in Intergalactic Medicine Show After graduating from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Kate O’Connor took up writing science fiction and fantasy. Her short fiction has appeared in venues including Intergalactic Medicine Show, Diabolical Plots, and Escape Pod. In between telling stories, she flies airplanes, digs up artifacts, and edits an aviation magazine. […]

StarShipSofa No 470 Jay O’Connell and Rob Boffard

Interview with Rob Boffard, author of Tracer. Main Fiction: “Solomon’s Little Sister” by Jay O’Connell Originally published in Asimov’s Jay O’Connell is a writer, artist, activist, human living in Cambridge MA with his wife, two kids, two cats, and eight zillion books. A graduate of Clarion West in the nineties, Jay quit writing for no […]

StarShipSofa No 469 J. W. Alden

Patreon Postcards Main Fiction: “The Sun Falls Apart” by J. W. Alden Originally published in Writers of the Future Volume 32 J.W. Alden is fascinated with the fantastic. He lives near West Palm Beach, Florida with his wife Allison, who doesn’t mind the odd assortment of musical instruments and medieval weaponry that decorate his office […]

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