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In 2189, Earth narrowly won a war against extraterrestrials. The Strange Case of Starship Iris is about what comes after. It's a story of outer space, survival, espionage, resistance, identity, friendship, found family, romance, and secrets. (Also, there’s jokes.) For more info, visit http://procyonpodcasts.com/starship-iris
 
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Starships, Sabers, & Scoundrels

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Starships, Sabers, & Scoundrels

Darth Taxus & Dennis Keithly on RetroZap!

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Starships, Sabers, & Scoundrels is a bi-weekly Star Wars discussion show. Join Darth Taxus and Dennis as they break down recent news, preview upcoming Star Wars celebrity events, engage in what they hope is entertaining Star Wars discussion, and answer listener email. Starships, Sabers, & Scoundrels can be found on social media too. Check us out on Twitter @scubedpod, and on Facebook at facebook.com/scubedpod.
 
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Special interview with Alan Lastufka! Eric rants about Picard: Season 2. PKD Award winner announced, BSFA Awards announced, Nebula Awards coming up, Willem DaFoe addresses UWM, and Wiscon is coming up. Oh, boy, troll websites went down (and other trollish things). Barry B. Longyear gets poured a cold one.…
 
Main Fiction: "The Irregular" by Misha Burnett. This story first appeared in Pulp Modern, Vol 2, Issue 8, January 2022. Misha Burnett has little formal education, but has been writing poetry and fiction for around forty years. During this time he has supported himself and his family with a variety of jobs, including locksmith, cab driver, and build…
 
Happy Friday the 13th! Listen to Brittney and Joshua recommend fast-paced thrilling reads, some classic, some new! Brittney's Picks: Unwind by Neal Shusterman Awakened by James S. Murray & Darren Wearmouth Joshua's Picks: Battle Royale by Koushun Takami Dark Matter by Blake Crouch Things We Mentioned: Galavant IMDB Link Michael Jackson - Thriller (…
 
StarShipSofa new editor: Nick Mamatas Main Fiction: "The Undertow Jackpot" by Karl El-Koura. This story first appeared in Issue 3 (August 2016) of Compelling Science Fiction. Karl El-koura is a writer from Canada. Narrated by: Will Stagl. Will Stagl lives in Tucson Arizona where he works as a creative professional by day and as a songwriter and mus…
 
An asteroid the size of Texas? That sounds like bad news for Earth! Come listen to Joshua and Brittney break down this 1998 classic disaster movie! Armageddon [1998]: IMDB Link Links about the film Here is a detailed list of all the filming locations for Armageddon. A Buzzfeed article about the film and its impact decades later. Michael Bays Says '…
 
Come join Brittney & Joshua for a Star Wars Trivia Night in real life! For more info and registration, click on the following link to our library's website: Star Wars Trivia Night | Coos Bay Public Library (coosbaylibrary.org) We hope to see you there! Find us at: Podcast Website: https://swordsstarships.buzzsprout.com Instagram: Brittney and Joshu…
 
Skwigg gets questioned about their identity, Galadón meets an old friend with a new opportunity, WOL-15 proves their metal as a safety officer, and Marlo gets the crew into a bit of hot water inside a tea house. Join our crew of oddballs as they seek fame, fortune, and adventure at the Red Dwarf Sesh House! Support the show…
 
Main Fiction: "Cobalt Blue" by Nathan McCann. This Story is original to StarShipSofa. Nathan McCann lives in California. His wife makes pottery in the garage and his dog sleeps on the floor a lot. This is his first published story. He can be found on Twitter at @NWMcCann. Narrated by: Anthony Babington. Anthony Babington is a voice actor who looks …
 
Need to scratch your apocalypse itch? Listen to Brittney and Joshua chat about some of their favorite apocalypse reads! Brittney's Picks: Hollow Kingdom by Kira Jane Buxton On the Edge of Gone by Corinne Duyvis Joshua's Picks: Oryx And Crake by Margaret Atwood Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler Find us at: Podcast Website: https://swordsstarshi…
 
Special interview with Bradley Beaulieau! Some corrections from last time. Brandon Sanderson's kickstarter, new Octavia E. Butler School, new Dark Matter series, new Halo series on Paramount+. Update on Patrick Tomlinson (and our loving trolls). Plus, Ernest Cline gets poured a Cold One.Milwaukee Science Fiction League による
 
Main Fiction: "Full Metal Grandma" by Paul Alex Gray. This story first appeared in Mythaxis in September, 2021. Paul Alex Gray writes linear and interactive fiction starring sentient black holes, wayward sea monsters, curious AIs and more. His work has been published in Nature Futures, Andromeda Spaceways, PodCastle and others. Chat with him on Twi…
 
Marlo moves their dancing feet to some Chrominthian MoFoFunk, WOL-15 starts to question their internal firewall security, Skwigg commits identify theft, and Galadón receives a letter from a friend. Join our a crew of oddballs as they celebrate their independence with Dottie and plan for their future in the celestial sea! Support the show (https://w…
 
Join Emily and Mikaela as they chat about the film The Cabin In the Woods, and decide which monsters they'd date, marry, and kill! The Cabin In the Woods on IMDB The Cabin In the Woods Novelization Some of the monsters mentioned: The Buckner Family Sugar Plum Fairy Angry Cuddly Tree Clown Vampires Wraith Dolls Merman Find us at: Podcast Website: ht…
 
Interview with special guest, John Kessel! New Quantum Leap, new James T. Kirk, Stacey Abrams is President of Earth, and a major Star Trek convention is coming up in Chicago. We talk at length about the "trolls and tribulations" of Patrick S. Tomlinson, and William Gibson gets poured a cold one.Milwaukee Science Fiction League による
 
Main Fiction: "The Ambient Coast" by Aubrey Cloutier. This story is original to StarShipSofa. Aubrey Cloutier is a writer from the Greater Boston area whose work has appeared in At Land, The Pirate Eye, and McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and who can be found at aubreycloutier.com or on Twitter as @AubreyCreates. Narrated by: TF Ahmad. TF Ahmad is a…
 
A game for those who seek to find A way to leave the world behind! It's Jumanji, The most interactive gaming experience ever! So, grab your knapsack, roll the dice and beware of that stampede because Brittney and Joshua are reviewing Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle! Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle [2017]: IMDB Link Jumanji [1995]: IMDB Link Robin Wil…
 
BIBLIOGRAPHY / TERMS: internal family systems (IFS) transgenerational trauma family systems therapy genogram golden child scapegoat FANDOMS: Encanto Book Purchase: our book is now available for purchase! Starship Therapise: Using Therapeutic Fanfiction to Rewrite Your Life "Harnessing the power of fandom—from Game of Thrones to The Legend of Zelda—…
 
Special interview with Harry L-B! Chengdu China, Sergey Lukianenko, and the problem of Ukraine. Plus, Hildy's giving introductory addresses at the Pabst Mansion! In-person meetings resume in April. Peter F. Hamilton gets poured a cold one. Plus, an episode of The Stupid Files.Milwaukee Science Fiction League による
 
WOL-15 gets embroiled in arguments over erroneous licenses, inconvenient queues, and greasy food. Skwigg makes a shocking contraption then stuffs a back pack full of trash. Galadón sets up a well intentioned surprise and Marlo gets the short end of it all. Join our a crew of oddballs as they stand in line at the DOL waiting to register their ship’s…
 
Join Brittney and Joshua as they talk about some fantastic authors and their characters in honor of Women's History Month! Brittney's Picks: - The Mediator by Meg Cabot - My Calamity Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows Joshua's Picks: - Among Others by Jo Walton - She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-Chan Things We Mentioned: M…
 
Main Fiction: "The Kaleidoscope City" by Doug C. Souza. This story first appeared in Asimov's in December, 2019. Doug C. Souza has been published three times in Asimov’s with my Novelette “Mountain Screamers” and short stories “The Callisto Stakes” and "The Kaleidoscope City." He won first place in the Writers of the Future Contest with his short s…
 
Join Brittney & Joshua as they recommend a couple books by some amazing Black authors, and play a Black History trivia game! Joshua's Pick: No Gods, No Monsters by Cadwell Turnbull Brittney's Pick: A Phoenix First Must Burn edited by Patrice Caldwell This is the Black History Trivia Quiz that we used for our game at the end of the episode. We want …
 
Main Fiction: "And You Shall Sing to Me a Deeper Song" by Maria Haskins. This story first appeared in Interzone #280 in February 2019. Maria Haskins is a Swedish-Canadian writer and reviewer of speculative fiction. She currently lives just outside Vancouver with a husband, two kids, a snake, several birds, and a very large black dog. Her short stor…
 
Earth Eclipsed 1.01: "The Abacus Project" Transcript available here: https://www.eartheclipsed.com/app/uploads/2021/03/01-h4k4daaywf.pdf When information gets leaked about a top secret project led by renowned neuroscientist Dr. Alexine Prometh, she finds herself up against a company looking for someone to blame, and a renegade miner with his own pl…
 
Join Brittney and Joshua as they talk about Chinese and Greek love deities, and recommend a couple romance reads! Brittney's Pick: Strange Love by Ann Aguirre Joshua's Pick: The Magpie Lord by K.J. Charles Things We Mentioned: Yue Lao CNN Travel Article Tu'er Shen Tai Pei Times Article Aphrodite Worldhistory.org Article Eros Worldhistory.org Articl…
 
Main Fiction: "Where Ever The Fancy Takes You" by Paula Hammond. This story first appeared in A Tribute to H.G. Wells, Stories Inspired by the Master of Science Fiction Volume 2: A Dark and Beautiful Future, published by Belanger Books, October 20, 2019. Paula Hammond is a professional writer & digital artist based in London, England. When not glue…
 
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