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StarShipSofa No 534 Chris Barnham

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Main Fiction: “When I Close My Eyes” by Chris Barnham

Originally published in Interzone

Chris Barnham spent a long time working for the British government, but now just makes stuff up for himself. ‘When I Close My Eyes’ first appeared in Interzone in July 2017. Chris’s forthcoming novel, Fifty-One features a time-traveling cop who is marooned in 1940s London. The story was inspired by a real event, a German V1 rocket that fell on a busy shopping street in south London in July 1944, killing fifty-one people. It’s due out soon, from Filles Vertes Publishing. Chris can be found on Twitter @barnham_chris

Narrated by: Gareth Stack

Gareth Stack is a writer, radio producer and filmmaker living in Dublin. His latest radio dramas, documentary and podcasts can be found on the Dead Medium podcast, or at his site, GarethStack.com

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StarShipSofa No 526 T. R. Napper

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Main Fiction: “A Strange Loop” by T. R. Napper

Originally published in Interzone

T. R. Napper’s short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Interzone, Lontar: a Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction, and numerous others. His work has been translated into Hebrew, German, and French. A Strange Loop was included in Neil Clarke’s Best Science Fiction of the Year: Volume 2 (2017). By profession T. R. Napper is an aid worker, recently returned to Australia after three years in Vietnam. He is currently writing a PhD on the speculative fiction of East and Southeast Asia. He does not own a cat.

Narrated by: Eric Luke

Eric Luke is the screenwriter of the Joe Dante film EXPLORERS, which is currently in development as a remake, the comic books GHOST and WONDER WOMAN, and wrote and directed the NOT QUITE HUMAN films for Disney TV. His current project INTERFERENCE, a meta horror audiobook about an audiobook… that kills, is available free on iTunes and at Quillhammer.com

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StarShipSofa No 458 T. R. Napper

 

Main Fiction: “An Advanced Guide to Successful Price-Fixing in Extraterrestrial Betting Markets” by T. R. Napper

Originally appeared in Interzone #256

T R Napper’s short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Interzone (several issues), Grimdark Magazine, and several others. He is a Writers of the Future winner and been nominated for the Ditmar Awards. T R Napper has spent the last decade living and working throughout South East Asia.  His website is here: http://www.nappertime.com/, and he can be found here on twitter: @DarklingEarth

Narrated by: Graeme Dunlop 

Graeme Dunlop is a Solution Architect and voice actor living in Melbourne, Australia. He also wears rather too many hats over at the Escape Artists family of publications. His main hat is co-editor of PodCastle, the weekly fantasy fiction podcast.

 

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StarShipSofa No 452 Malcolm Delvin

 

Main Fiction: “Must Supply Own Workboots” by Malcolm Delvin

Originally appeared in Interzone

Malcolm Devlin’s stories have appeared in Black Static, Interzone and the anthology Aickman’s Heirs. He aspires to have the world’s shortest author bio.

Narrated by: Jonathan Sharp

Jonathan lives and works in a sleepy southern New Mexico town along side his exceedingly talented wife Paige.  When he is free from the mountains of organic vegetables under which he works, he plays in front of the microphone in the hope it may one day talk back to him. In addition to Star Ship Sofa, he has upcoming stories for the District of Wonders podcasts: Far Fetched Fables and Tales to Terrify.


 

StarShipSofa No 436 T. R. Napper and Geoffrey A Landis

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Main Fiction: “A Shout is a Prayer / For the Waiting Centuries” by T. R. Napper

Originally published in Interzone #258

T R Napper’s short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Interzone (several issues), Grimdark Magazine, and several others. He is a Writers of the Future winner and been nominated for the Ditmar Awards. T R Napper has spent the last decade living and working throughout South East Asia.  His website is here: http://www.nappertime.com/, and he can be found here on twitter: @DarklingEarth

Narrated by: Jonathan Sharp

Jonathan lives and works in a sleepy southern New Mexico town along side his exceedingly talented wife Paige.  When he is free from the mountains of organic vegetables under which he works, he plays in front of the microphone in the hope it may one day talk back to him. In addition to Star Ship Sofa, he has upcoming stories for the District of Wonders podcasts: Far Fetched Fables and Tales to Terrify.

 

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