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Nov 26, 2016

Love in the Time of Markov processes by Megan Arkenberg.  Read by J.S. Arquin.  #ScienceFiction

Megan Arkenberg lives in Northern California, where she is pursuing a Ph.D. in English literature.  Her work has appeared in Shimmer, Lightspeed, Asimov's, and nearly fifty other publications.  She procrastinates by editing the fantasy e-zine Mirror Dance, and was recently the nonfiction editor for Nightmare's Queers Destroy Horror! special issue.  You can visit her online at www.meganarkenberg.com.

 

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Nov 13, 2016

Episode 42: Solo by J.S. Arquin.  Read by J.S. Arquin  #ScienceFiction

 

J.S. Arquin is a writer, actor, musician, and stiltwalker and renaissance man.  Or maybe he just likes wearing tights.  He has performed and lived all over the world, in places as diverse as New Jersey, San Francisco, and Greece.  He currently lives in Portland, OR, where he gleefully rides his bike in the rain year round, and sometimes writes about himself in the third person.  His narrations have been featured on Starship Sofa, Cast of Wonders, and Escape Pod, and his fiction has appeared in Plasma Frequency, Acidic Fiction, and Digital SF, just to name a few.  He hopes that you enjoy listening to the Overcast as much as he enjoys making it.

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