The Day I became best friends with Robert Picardo!

    Going through my NYCC haul and decided to post some stuff I thought stood out. Sorry for the delay, its been a bit hellish around here lately. This post might also contain the worst video on the internet. I rathered watch the speech then film it, but for you all, I divided myContinue reading “The Day I became best friends with Robert Picardo!”


#86 Ira Nayman

Ira Nayman is Sci-Fi humorist and author of five novels published through Elsewhen Press and his eighth collection will be available soon. His┬áMasters in Media Studios was conducted entirely online through Paul Levinson’s Connect Ed. he also holds a Ph.D. in Communications from McGill. He has worked as an editor and submitted content to AmazingContinue reading “#86 Ira Nayman”

# 60 Adam St. Pierre

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for updates on my other show Mirage: Speculating on Speculative Fiction. Subscribe on Itunes Subscribe on stitcher Adam St.Pierre has sold 30 copies of his upcoming science fiction novel about generation ship lost among the stars. help him out over on Inkshare: He is Canadian! And as is parContinue reading “# 60 Adam St. Pierre”

#34 Jess Creaden

Subscribe on itunes Subscribe on stitcher Jess Creaden is a Musician, Songwriter and science fiction author who specializes in Utopian ideals and stories. She loves star trek and Hawking. Check out her multiverse piece on Tall Tale TV here: Contact her at: Facebook: Read more of her fiction and work at her blog: reading “#34 Jess Creaden”

#26 Simon Fay

  Simon Fay was born in Dublin. He is the author of numerous books and short stories including BULK, a demented tragic comedy of enormous proportions, and People in Season, a prize winning literary novel. He likes whiskey, has been thinking about quitting smoking, went to animation college, works in graphic design, loves Star TrekContinue reading “#26 Simon Fay”

Star Trek: The Pooping conundrum

It was on a grey rocky planet with minimum atmosphere where puddles of ooze were discovered. Within those small pools of amniotic fluid a bacteria was scanned, collected and sent back to Earth for further study. A man named Richard Egesta made this bacteria his life’s work. What he discovered changed the world. The bacteriaContinue reading “Star Trek: The Pooping conundrum”