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StarShipSofa No 478 Eva Hauserova and Cyril Simsa

Week 2 of Translations Month Special This story was first written in Czech and has been translated into English. Main Fiction: “Between Us Girls” by Eva Hauserova, translated by Cyril Simsa Eva Hauserová was born and brought up in Prague in what then still Communist Czechoslovakia. She studied Biology at Charles University and for a […]

StarShipSofa No 477 Maria Haskins

  Week 1 of Translations Special Month!  This story was originally written in Swedish and has been translated into English. Main Fiction: “Lost and Found” by Maria Haskins Maria Haskins is a Swedish-Canadian writer and translator. She writes speculative fiction and poetry, and debuted as a writer in Sweden in the far-off era known as […]

StarShipSofa No 476 Julian Smith

Kickstarter: Everyone Worlds Without Walls Main Fiction: “The World of Dew” by Julian Mortimer Smith Originally published in PULP Literature Julian Mortimer Smith has published more than a dozen stories in some of the world’s top speculative fiction magazines, including Asimov’s, Terraform, and Daily Science Fiction. One of his stories, “Headshot,” appeared in the Best […]

StarShipSofa No 475 Laurie Tom

Kickstarter: Everyone Worlds Without Walls  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1895930248/everyone-worlds-without-walls Main Fiction: “The Wings The Lungs, The Engine The Heart” by Laurie Tom Originally published in Galaxy’s Edge. Laurie Tom has been entranced by science fiction and fantasy since childhood and has been writing nearly as long.  As a teenager she fell in love with All Quiet on the Western […]

StarShipSofa No 474 David John Baker and Colin Gibson

KickStarter: Everyone Worlds Without Walls https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1895930248/everyone-worlds-without-walls Interview: Colin Gibson, Oscar-winning Production Designer on Mad Max: Fury Road with Jeremy Szal Main Fiction: “Nanoamerica” by David John Baker Originally published in PS Publishing’s Catastrophia. David John Baker is a philosophy professor at the University of Michigan, where he studies the conceptual foundations of modern physics.  He has […]

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