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StarShipSofa No 336 Ron Collins

Coming up… Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H. Sturgis 02:30 Main fiction: “Bugs” by Ron Collins 15:30 Dr. Caulder kept talking, but John could scarcely follow along.  The government needed authorization.  Would he sign a waiver?  Of course, Jesus Christ, of course.  His hospital gown disappeared.  A nurse sprayed his chest with shaving creme.  Carol’s beautiful […]

StarShipSofa No 328 Robin Wasserman

Coming up… Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H. Sturgis 03:00 Introduction to “The End is Nigh” – Vol. 1 of “The Apocalypse Triptych” Edited by John Joseph Adams and Hugh Howey 16:20 Main Fiction: “The Balm and the Wound” by Robin Wasserman 22:00 Robin Wasserman is the author of several books for children and young adults, […]

StarShipSofa No 322 Robert Scherrer

Coming up… Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H. Sturgis 02:10 “Descartes’ Stepchildren” by Robert Scherrer 16:20 Robert Scherrer is Professor and Chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Vanderbilt University.  His research area is cosmology, encompassing work on dark energy, dark matter, big bang nucleosynthesis, and the large-scale structure of the universe.  […]

StarShipSofa No 316 Marissa Lingen and Lettie Prell

Coming up… Cove Art by Sparth Two tales of interstellar etiquette. Short Fiction: “Earth for Dummies” by Lettie Prell 03:00 Lettie Prell is the author of the novel, Dragon Ring (Flying Pen Press). Her work has also appeared in “Apex,” “Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine,” “Aiofie’s Kiss” and “Paranormal Underground.” Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H. […]

StarShipSofa No 312 David Erik Nelson

Coming up… Cover Art by Nicolas Bouvier 02:25 Sparth (nicolas bouvier) has been an active artistic director and concept designer in the gaming industry since 1996. Born in France, he now lives in Seattle, Washington, working for Microsoft.Having had the privilege of travelling extensively at an early age to such places as far afield as the USA, […]

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