Please Support Clarkesworld via Patreon or with a Digital Subscription.

Science Fiction & Fantasy

CLARKESWORLD

HUGO AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY MAGAZINE  

 

RSS

PODCAST

Prasetyo Plastics

Our first podcast for November is “Prasetyo Plastics” written by D.A. Xiaolin Spires and read by Kate Baker.

 
icon for podpress  Clarkesworld Magazine Issue 134 - Prasetyo Plastics by D.A. Xiaolin Spires [40:38m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (35140)

Subscribe to our podcast.

Tell a friend, share this on:

ISSUE 134, November 2017

Meerkat Press
 

Apex Five
 

locus-magazine

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

D.A. Xiaolin Spires

D.A. Xiaolin Spires counts stars and sand, residing currently in Hawai'i. You can find her embarking on olfactorial odysseys as she inhales plumeria blossoms, poke and poi. If you walk along the beach, you might find this writer vaulting headlong into the salty seas or stepping into a shimmering portal to symphonize with her quantum double in Asia.

Her work appears or is forthcoming in various publications such as Clarkesworld, Analog, Fireside, Terraform, Nature: Futures, Grievous Angel, Reckoning, Galaxy's Edge, LONTAR, Andromeda Spaceways (selected for the Year's Best issue), Mithila Review, Issues in Earth Science, Factor Four, Star*line, Liminality, Eye to the Telescope, Atlas Poetica, Outlook Springs, Gathering Storm Magazine, Polu Texni, and Story Seed Vault; as well as anthologies of the strange and delightful, such as Sharp & Sugar Tooth, Broad Knowledge, Future Visions, Battling in All Her Finery, and Ride the Star Wind. She will be delivering a lip-smacking savory academic presentation, "Test-tube Reared and Seared: Food and the Future in SF," at Worldcon 76 in San Jose--and hopes to see you there. In terms of digital spheres, you can find her on her website or on Twitter: @spireswriter.

WEBSITE

https://daxiaolinspires.wordpress.com


READ MORE FROM THIS ISSUE


PURCHASE THIS ISSUE:

Amazon Kindle

Amazon Print Edition

B&N EPUB

Kobo EPUB

Weightless EPUB/MOBI

Wyrm EPUB/MOBI