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Author Topic: CoW Ep. 337: Silkstrand, A Minute Of  (Read 679 times)
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« on: January 09, 2019, 07:28:10 AM »

Cast of Wonders 337: Silkstrand, A Minute Of

• Author: Anton Stark
• Narrator: Curtis C. Chen
• Host: Marguerite Kenner
• Audio Producer: Jeremy Carter
Cast of Wonders 337: Silkstrand, A Minute Of is a Cast of Wonders original.
Click here to listen to Episode 337

Anton Stark is the pseudonym of a Portuguese professional editor and translator, amateur historian and hoplologist, and neophyte historical reenactor. He was born in 1991, a few short months before the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Coincidence? Almost certainly. Or was it? His recent works include the first Portuguese cyberpunk anthology, Proxy (as editor), and the short story “Videri Quam Esse” in the Steampunk International Anthology (published by New Con Press in the UK, Editorial Divergência in Portugal, and Osuuskumma in Finland).

Once a Silicon Valley software engineer, Curtis C. Chen now writes fiction and runs puzzle games near Portland, Oregon. His debut novel Waypoint Kangaroo is a science fiction thriller about a superpowered spy facing his toughest mission yet: vacation. The sequel, Kangaroo Too, sends our hero to the Moon. Curtis is part of the writing team for NINTH STEP STATION, a new fiction series premiering January 9, 2019, on Serial Box.

Imperial Majesty, Lord-for-Countless-Years, Son of Heaven, Ruler of Industry and Wisdom; this your servant Cai Jing of the Ministry of Works greets you. As per your Imperial Decree, I have compiled the following report on the matter of Master Su’s Clock and its abnormal behaviour. The facts of the case, as far as truth has presented itself, are as follows:

Tags: Anton Stark, caretaker, Cast of Wonders, child labor, clockwork, Curtis C. Chen, discovery, empire, freedom, Jeremy Carter, lost time, love, Marguerite Kenner, Steampunk, Young Adult fiction
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