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Description

Devin terSteeg’s writing is influenced by Ray Bradbury, George Saunders, Miranda July, Feodor Dostoevsky and the incredible Orson Welles.

Radio Sphere, his 2015 novella, is set two hundred years into a post-apocalyptic world, where humanity struggles with diminished resources and shrinking ambitions. Radiation has poisoned minds as well as matter, and people are running out of the critical supplies of civilization.

(http://www.amazon.ca/Radio-Sphere-Devin-terSteeg-ebook/dp/B0121JTRG0)

Meanwhile, a mysterious alien race observes the ruins of humanity and tries to make sense of what it sees.
Join Devin with me, Tracy Lawson, Wednesday night. I can’t wait to find out how TerSteeg built the world of Radio Sphere.

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