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StarShipSofa No 520 Michael Haynes and Alison Wilgus: Main Fiction: "What You Can Change" by Michael Haynes Originally published in Kazka Press Michael Haynes lives in Central Ohio. An ardent short story reader and writer, Michael’s stories have appeared in publications such as Ellery Queen...

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Main Fiction: "What You Can Change" by Michael HaynesOriginally published in Kazka PressMichael Haynes lives in Central Ohio. An ardent short story reader and writer, Michael’s stories have appeared in publications such as Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Nature. He’s the chair of the Cinevent classic film convention and enjoys photography, geocaching, and travel. He can be found online at http://michaelhaynes.info/ and on Twitter as @mohio73Narrated by: Cian Mac MahonCian Mac Mahon is an Irish Software Engineer who in a past life was the world’s youngest professional podcaster, ran a radio station and very nearly ended up being a journalist. While he hopes to some day revive his show which podfaded many years ago, he now spends most of his free time playing about with cameras and cooking, as old microphones and sound-desks lurk in the shadows, right at the edge of eyesight. Short Fiction: "A Wrinkle Ironed Out" by Alison Wilgus Originally published in Daily Science Fiction Alison Wilgus is a Brooklyn-based writer for comics and prose, with graphic novels both recent and upcoming about human spaceflight, aviation, and time travel (alas, not at the same time) from Tor and First Second Books. Her short fiction has previously appeared on Strange Horizons, Terraform, and Daily Science Fiction, although her proudest recent prose accomplishment was having been paid to write about Jean-Luc Picard and Ellen Ripley hooking up at a conference. She tweets as @AliWilgus and you can find many of her comics and stories at alisonwilgus.com.  Narrated by: Amy H. SturgisAmy H. Sturgis holds a Ph.D. in Intellectual History from Vanderbilt University and specializes in both Science Fiction and Indigenous American Studies. Since 2008, she has been contributing monthly “Looking Back at Genre History” segments to StarShipSofa. Editor in Chief of Hocus Pocus Comics and faculty at Lenoir-Rhyne University, Sturgis lives with her husband in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. Learn more about her award-winning work at amyhsturgis.com. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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