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StarShipSofa No 508 Suyi Davies OkungbowaUntitled Episode

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Main Fiction: "Places" by Suyi Davies Okungbowa Originally published in Mothership ZetaSuyi Davies Okungbowa is a storyteller who writes freelance from Lagos, Nigeria. His (mostly speculative) fiction has been published or is forthcoming in Fireside, Podcastle, The Dark, Mothership Zeta, Omenana; and the anthologies Lights Out: Resurrection and A World of Horror; amidst other places. His nonfiction has appeared in Lightspeed and Klorofyl. He is a charter member of the African Speculative Fiction Society and an Associate Editor at Podcastle. Suyi also works in brand marketing, visual design and audio narration. He lives online on Facebook, tweets at @IAmSuyiDavies, blogs at suyidavies.com and chatters at his monthly jabberwock, After Five Writing Shenanigans.Fact: Science News by J J CampanellaNarrated by: Aminat Badara  Aminat is a budding writer and aspiring On-Air-Personality. As a Jaycee, she believes strongly in active citizenship and service to humanity. She loves reading and has a weird penchant for collecting hardcover notebooks. When she’s not writing or trying to be a superhuman, she’s either looking for Xs to solve, seeing movies or getting her heart broken by Arsenal FC. She blogs at meenahsthoughts.wordpress.com (every once in a while) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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