Main Fiction: "The Ice Queen of Europa" by Russell Hemmel This story first appeared in The Martian Wave on April 30, 2019 Russell Hemmell is a French-Italian transplant in Scotland after several years of East Asia, passionate about astrophysics, history, and Japanese manga. Winner of the Canopus Awards for Excellence in Interstellar Writing. Recent work in Aurealis, Flame Tree Press, Songs of Eretz, Star*Line, The Grievous Angel, and others. SFWA, HWA and Codexian. Find them online at their blog earthianhivemind.net and on Twitter@SPBianchini. Narrated by Nicola Seaton-Clark Nicola is originally from South Africa, where she grew up in various small towns around the country. Working as a professional actress full time for 25 years, she has also spent her time being variously, a jazz singer, waitress, bartender and English trainer. Currently she runs her voice-over company Offstimme with her actor husband Peter, and spends her spare time attempting to raise her children into decent human beings and attending heavy metal concerts. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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