Main Fiction: "A Packhorse for your Silly Memes" by Rebecca DeVendra Originally published in Outliers of Speculative FictionRebecca DeVendra is a figure artist and speculative fiction writer living in Boston. She serves as a first reader for the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. She's also a mom to three cacophonous, early-rising children. She's probably in her pajamas, but she has an emergency collar shirt for video calls. Check out more of her work: rebeccadevendra.comNarrated 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.Short Fiction: "My First Duty" by Eric ReynoldsOriginally published at Galaxy's EdgeEric T. Reynolds is Editor/Publisher with Hadley Rille Books (hrbpress.com) and has edited over 40 highly-acclaimed anthologies, collections, and novels. His short fiction has appeared in Galaxy’s Edge, Sci Phi Journal, several indie press publications, and had several non-fiction science articles published about space exploration and history of technology. He is a member of SFWA and Broad Universe. You can visit him on Facebook at "Eric T. Reynolds." He blogs occasionally at ericreynolds.livejournal.com.Narrated by: Jason Satterlund Satterlund has been writing and working on films for over 25 years. He has extensive experience in all areas of production, including directing, writing, cinematography, and editing. He travels the world producing feature films, television series, commercials, music videos, and documentaries. He is the only person ever to conduct a night shoot in the ancient city of Petra, and the first person in America to use film lenses on an HD camera.Satterlund wrote and directed the award-winning feature film The Record Keeper, which premiered at the Raindance Film Festival in London and is currently on the world wide festival circuit. He is also the director of the Star Wars fan film The Force and the Fury, viewable on YouTube. When he isn't busy directing his own projects, he enjoys teaching film making workshops, shaping the film makers of the future.
Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/starshipsofa.
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.