HUGO AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY MAGAZINE
A Pre-Apocalyptic Love Story
This month's audio fiction is Rolling Steel: A Pre-Apocalyptic Love Story written by Jay Lake and Shannon Page and read by Shaun Farrell and Mur Lafferty.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jay Lake lives and works in Portland, Oregon, within sight of an 11,000 foot volcano. He is the author of over two hundred short stories, four collections, and a chapbook, along with novels from Tor Books, Night Shade Books and Fairwood Press. Jay is also the co-editor with Deborah Layne of the critically-acclaimed Polyphony anthology series from Wheatland Press. His 2009 novels are Green from Tor Books, Madness of Flowers from Night Shade Books, and Death of a Starship from MonkeyBrain Books. In 2004, Jay won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. He has also been a Hugo nominee for his short fiction and a three-time World Fantasy Award nominee for his editing.
Shannon Page was born on Halloween night and spent her formative years on a commune in northern California?s backwoods. A childhood without television gave her a great love of books and the worlds she found in them. She wrote her first book, an adventure story starring her cat, at the age of seven. Sadly, that work is currently out of print, but see the Fiction page of her website for current and upcoming publications. Shannon is a longtime practitioner of Ashtanga yoga, has no tattoos, and lives in San Francisco with nineteen orchids.
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