StarShipSofa No 701 Gerri Leen

Main Fiction: “The Hunt” by Gerri Leen Gerri Leen lives in Northern Virginia and originally hails from Seattle. In addition to being an avid reader, she’s passionate about horse racing, tea, and collecting encaustic art and raku pottery. She has work in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nature, Strange Horizons, Galaxy’s Edge, Dark […]

StarShipSofa No 700 Matthew Sanborn Smith

Main Fiction: “That Feeling You’re Feeling” by Matthew Sanborn Smith Matthew Sanborn Smith was born and raised in New England and has spent so many years in Florida, even his Florida-born children are well into adulthood. His fiction has appeared here at StarShipSofa, Tor.com, Nature, Apex Magazine, and the Drabblecast, among others. He is the […]

StarShipSofa No 699 Peter Adrian Behravesh

Main Fiction: “The Moon and Mahasti” by Peter Adrian Behravesh Peter Adrian Behravesh is an Iranian-American musician, writer, editor, audio producer, and narrator. For these endeavors, he has won the Miller and British Fantasy Awards, and has been nominated for the Hugo, Ignyte, Stabby, and Aurora Awards. His interactive novel Heavens’ Revolution: A Lion Among the Cypress, is forthcoming from Choice […]

StarShipSofa No 698 Ekaterina Sedia

Main Fiction: “Whale Meat” by Ekaterina Sedia Ekaterina Sedia resides in the Pinelands of New Jersey. Her critically-acclaimed and award-nominated novels, The Secret History of Moscow, The Alchemy of Stone, The House of Discarded Dreams, and Heart of Iron, were published by Prime Books. Her short stories appeared in Analog, Baen’s Universe, Subterranean, and Clarkesworld, as well as numerous anthologies, including Haunted Legends and Magic […]

StarShipSofa No 697 Naomi Kanakia

Main Fiction: “The Leader Principle” by Naomi Kanakia Naomi Kanakia is the author of YA novels (HarperTeen and Little, Brown), literary short stories (West Branch, Gulf Coast), science fiction stories (Analog, Asimov’s, F&SF), poetry (Cherry Tree, Vallum), essays (LitHub and the Los Angeles Review of Books) and a self-published cynical guide to the publishing industry. […]

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