StarShipSofa No 618 Stephen Case

av StarShipSofa | Publicerades 12/24/2019

Main Fiction: "Color of the Flame" by Stephen Case This story originally appeared in Mythic (March 1, 2017). Stephen Case is a historian of astronomy and author living and lecturing in the prairies south of Chicago. His work has appeared most recently in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Shimmer, and Intergalactic Medicine Show. His debut novel, First Fleet, is Lovecraftian horror meets military sci-fi. His first book-length work of non-fiction, Making Stars Physical, was published last year by University of Pittsburgh Press and short-listed for the History of Science Society's Pfizer Prize. Links to his fiction and research publications live on the web at and on Twitter @StephenRCase. Narrated by: Kaushik Narasimhan Kaushik Narasimhan is a management consultant by day and struggling writer and general dilettante by night. He tweets at @Kazarelth and his writing can be found at Kaushik’s Blog. Fact: Science News by J J Campanella For information regarding your data privacy, visit

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