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StarShipSofa No 474 David John Baker and Colin Gibson  

KickStarter: Everyone Worlds Without Walls https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1895930248/everyone-worlds-without-walls Interview: Colin Gibson, Oscar-winning Production Designer on Mad Max: Fury Road with Jeremy Szal Main Fiction: "Nanoamerica" by David John Baker Originally published in PS Publishing's Catastrophia. David John Baker is a philosophy professor at the University of Michigan, where he studies the conceptual foundations of modern physics. He has defended the view that space and time are as real as material objects, and that there is no fundamental difference between your left hand and your right hand. He also teaches a popular course on science fiction and philosophy. His stories have appeared in Escape Pod, Writers of the Future, and the PS Publishing anthology Catastrophia. Visit him online at www-personal.umich.edu/~djbaker. Narrated by: George Hrab Multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer, composer, and heliocentrist George Hrab has written and produced six independent CDs and a concert DVD; published two books; recorded hundreds of episodes of an award-winning podcast; emceed countless science conferences; been a TEDx speaker; and has even performed for President Clinton. He's traveled to four continents promoting critical thinking, science, and skepticism through story and song. George is considered one of the preeminent skeptic/science/atheist/geek-culture music icons currently living in his apartment. Fact: Science News by J J Campanella

StarShipSofa No 473 Leah Cypess  

Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1895930248/everyone-worlds-without-walls Main Fiction: "What We Ourselves are Not" by Leah Cypess Originally published in Asimov's.. Leah Cypess wrote her first short story - in which the narrator was an ice cream cone - at the age of six, and sold her first piece of fiction while in high school. She has degrees in biology, journalism, and law, and has traveled to Iceland, Israel, Jordan, and Costa Rica, among other places. She now lives with her family in Silver Spring, Maryland. She is the author of four fantasy novels published by HarperCollins: Mistwood, Nightspell, Death Sworn, and Death Marked. Leah has also published short stories in Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine, Asimov's Science Fiction, and Sword & Sorceress, among other places. Her story Nanny's Day was nominated for the Nebula in 2012. You can find out more about her at www.leahcypess.com. Narrated by: Elie Hirschman Elie Hirschman was born in New York City and raised just outside of it. His professional voice work ranges from children’s educational material to real estate advice website audio, with a scientific article and a guided tour of a Polish salt mine thrown in for good measure. He’s currently active in all Escape Artists podcasts (Escape Pod, Podcastle, Pseudopod and Cast of Wonders) and also appearing semi-regularly in the Nosleep Podcast.

StarShipSofa No 472 Richard Johnson and George Nikolopoulos  

Main Fiction: "In Apprehension How Like a God" by Richard Johnson Originally published in Writers of the Future Richard Johnson is an award-winning writer of science fiction having won the Gold Award at the Writers of the Future Competition in 2011 and the Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest in 2012. He has previously appeared on Starship Sofa with his flash fiction A Friend in Need (and you’ve also accepted my Writers of the Future winging story although that hasn’t appeared yet). His day job as a structural engineer has taken him all over the world from the UK and Dublin to Singapore and Hong Kong. He currently lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife and two young sons. He blogs at RPLJohnson.com and his previously published short stories can be found at all ebook retailers. Narrated by Mikael Naramore Mikael Naramore has worked in the audiobook industry since 2001 when, fresh out of college, he was hired as a recording engineer for publisher Brilliance Audio (now Brilliance Publishing, subsidiary of Amazon.com). Over time, he transitioned to Director, all the while absorbing technique and nuance from the best actors in the business. To date, Mikael has narrated well over 100 titles, under his own and assumed names. Authors range from best-sellers Nora Roberts, Lisa Gardner, Edward Klein and Clive Barker to sci-fi rising stars Wesley Chu, Ramez Naam and Mark E. Cooper. He was recently chosen to narrate prolific playwright and Oscar-nominated screenwriter Robert Ardrey’s seminal Nature of Man series which includes the international best-sellers African Genesis and The Territorial Imperative, titles which reportedly had a very heavy influence on Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick in their development of 2001: A Space Odyssey as well as Kubrick’s adaptation of A Clockwork Orange. Mikael is also an active writer, musician and recording artist, having scored the soundtrack to an independent short film, produced and engineered critically acclaimed rock records, and written, performed and recorded several “silly little lo-fi rock songs” of his own. He currently resides in the wild and scenic Columbia River Gorge outside of Portland, Oregon with his wife, two small boys and their beloved Golden Retriever. Short Fiction: "A Human's Life" by George Nikolopoulos Originally published in Galaxy's Edge George Nikolopoulos is a speculative fiction writer from Athens, Greece. His short stories have been published in several magazines and anthologies worldwide, including Galaxy's Edge, Grievous Angel, Helios Quarterly and Unsung Stories. He has been a semi-finalist in the Writers of the Future contest. He is a member of Codex Writers' Group. He blogs at georgenikolopoulos.wordpress.com Narrated by: Kaushik Narasimhan Kaushik is a management consultant by day and a writer by night with a keen interest in psychedelics and role playing video games. Website: http://kazarelth.net, twitter: @Kazarelth Amy H. Sturgis - Hocus Pocus Comics

StarShipSofa No 471 Kate O'Connor  

Main Fiction: "Intertwined" by Kate O'Connor Originally published in Intergalactic Medicine Show After graduating from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Kate O’Connor took up writing science fiction and fantasy. Her short fiction has appeared in venues including Intergalactic Medicine Show, Diabolical Plots, and Escape Pod. In between telling stories, she flies airplanes, digs up artifacts, and edits an aviation magazine. Her website can be found at kateoconnor3.wordpress.com. Narrated by: Jen R. Albert Jen R. Albert is an entomologist, writer, editor, narrator, wife, dog-mom, game-player, reader of all the things, and haver of too many hobbies from Toronto. She is a regular narrator at the Escape Artists podcasts and is co-editor of podcastle.org. Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H. Sturgis

StarShipSofa No 470 Jay O'Connell and Rob Boffard  

Interview with Rob Boffard, author of Tracer. Main Fiction: "Solomon's Little Sister" by Jay O'Connell Originally published in Asimov's Jay O'Connell is a writer, artist, activist, human living in Cambridge MA with his wife, two kids, two cats, and eight zillion books. A graduate of Clarion West in the nineties, Jay quit writing for no earthly reason for over a decade but returned in 2012 with a bunch of shorts and novellas in Asimov’s, F&SF, Interzone and Analog, fulfilling a life long dream. He blogs about his social media addiction and writing at www.jayoconnell.com, dreaming his life away, awaiting the singularity—or something equally entertaining. He thanks, profusely, his family and writing workshop, Griffins, for all their support. Narrated by: Ralph Ambrose RM Ambrose is a writer of Science Fiction and Fantasy and Director of Web Services at Loma Linda University Health. He is also Assistant Fiction Editor and sometimes Narrator at StarShipSofa. He occasionally blogs at Liminal.IT. He spent his early childhood much like the main character of this story spends his days, watching reruns of old TV shows like Hogan’s Heroes. He even met a member of the cast, Howard Caine, and sang folk songs with him at a Hootenanny in Santa Monica, California. Since then, he learned to speak Spanish and Tagalog (tah-GAH- lohg), studied Aikido and Anthropology, and moved into an owl preserve in Southern California. Fact: Science News J J Campanella Music composed by David Bradshaw

StarShipSofa No 469 J. W. Alden  

Patreon Postcards https://www.patreon.com/districtofwonders Main Fiction: "The Sun Falls Apart" by J. W. Alden Originally published in Writers of the Future Volume 32 J.W. Alden is fascinated with the fantastic. He lives near West Palm Beach, Florida with his wife Allison, who doesn't mind the odd assortment of musical instruments and medieval weaponry that decorate his office (as long as he brandishes the former more often than the latter). Alden is a 1st Place Writers of the Future winner, a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop, and an active member of SFWA. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Nature, Daily Science Fiction, Cast of Wonders, and other places. Read more from him at www.AuthorAlden.com. Narrated by: Spencer DiSparti Spencer DiSparti hails from the ashes of Phoenix, AZ. He is a musician, published poet and professional voice actor. You can find most of his voice work on Pseudopod and Escape artists. You can find his poetry and flash fiction at skeletopia.wordpress.com and shoemusicpress.com.

StarShipSofa No 468 Carmelo Rafala  

Grab Your Had Written Science Fiction Postcard! https://www.patreon.com/districtofwonders Main Fiction: "Song for the Asking" Originally published in Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany Carmelo Rafala’s work has been published in various venues, including the following anthologies: Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany, Submitted For Your Approval, the Anthology of European SF The Fourth Science Fiction Megapack, Rocket Science , and The West Pier Gazette and other Stories. His work has recently been translated into Romanian. Narrated by: Roberto Suarez By day, Roberto Suarez works as a community college student advocate and recruiter. By night he geeks out on all things fantasy and science fiction, comic books and board games He is the co-host and producer of A Pod of Casts: The Game of Thrones Podcast and the new Radio Westworld, a podcast dedicated to HBO’s latest science fiction series. You can find Roberto on the web at robertosuarez.me, or on Twitter as @PuertoGeekan.

StarShipSofa No 467 Michael Moorcock  

Welcome to the first show from StarShipSofa in 2017! Let's take you back to where it all began! Main Fiction: London Bone by Michael Moorcock Moorcock was born in London in 1939, and now lives in Texas. He is a prolific and award-winning writer with more than eighty works of fiction and non-fiction to his name, he is the creator of Elric, Jerry Cornelius and Colonel Pyat, amongst many other memorable characters. Narrator: MCL Studios Music by David Bradshaw Support StarShipSofa:

StarShipSofa No 466 Richard Johnson  

Main Fiction: "Taking the High Road" by Richard Johnson Originally published at Baen.com Richard Johnson is an award-winning writer of science fiction having won the Gold Award at the Writers of the Future Competition in 2011 and the Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest in 2012. He has previously appeared on Starship Sofa with his flash fiction A Friend in Need (and you’ve also accepted my Writers of the Future winging story although that hasn’t appeared yet). His day job as a structural engineer has taken him all over the world from the UK and Dublin to Singapore and Hong Kong. He currently lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife and two young sons. He blogs at RPLJohnson.com and his previously published short stories can be found at all ebook retailers. Fact: Science News by J J Campanella Narrated by: Stephanie Morrris Stephanie is a professional student, a librarian-in-training, a voracious biblio- and audiophile, and an occasional writer of short stories. She has narrated fiction for Pseudopod, Podcastle, and Cast of Wonders.

StarShipSofa No 465 Nnedi Okorafor  

Main Fiction: "Spider the Artist" by Nnedi Okorafor Originally published in Robot Uprisings, edited by John Joseph Adams Nnedi Okorafor’s books include Lagoon, Who Fears Death, Kabu Kabu, Akata Witch, Zahrah the Windseeker, and The Shadow Speaker. Her adult novel The Book of Phoenix was released in May 2015; the New York Times called it a "triumph". Her novella Binti was released in late September 2015 and her young adult novel Akata Witch 2: Breaking Kola will be released in 2016. Nnedi holds a PhD in literature/creative writing and is an associate professor at the University at Buffalo, New York (SUNY). She splits her time between Buffalo and Chicago with her daughter Anyaugo and family. Learn more about Nnedi at Nnedi.com. Narrated 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)

StarShipSofa No 464 Beth Cato  

Main Fiction: "Overlap" by Beth Cato http://www.bethcato.com/ Originally published in Science Fiction Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy) Beth Cato is the author of THE CLOCKWORK DAGGER steampunk fantasy series from Harper Voyager. Her short fiction is in InterGalactic Medicine Show, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Daily Science Fiction. She’s a Hanford, California native transplanted to the Arizona desert, where she lives with her husband, son, and requisite cat. Follow her at BethCato.com and on Twitter at @BethCato. Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H. Sturgis http://www.amyhsturgis.com/ Narrated by: Christiana Ellis http://christianaellis.com/ Christiana Ellis is an award-winning writer and podcaster, currently living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her podcast novel, Nina Kimberly the Merciless was both an inaugural nominee for the 2006 Parsec Award for Best Speculative Fiction: Long Form, as well as a finalist for a 2006 Podcast Peer Award. Nina Kimberly the Merciless is available in print from Dragon Moon Press. Christiana is also the writer, producer and star of Space Casey, a 10-part audiodrama miniseries which won the Gold Mark Time Award for Best Science Fiction Audio Production by the American Society for Science Fiction Audio and the 2008 Parsec Award for Best Science Fiction Audio Drama. In between major projects, Christiana is also the creator and talent of many other podcast productions including Talking About Survivor; Hey, Want to Watch a Movie? and Christiana’s Shallow Thoughts.

StarShipSofa No 463 Neal Asher  

Main Fiction: "Strood" by Neal Asher Originally appeared in Asimov's Neal Asher was born in Billericay, Essex, and divides his time between here and Crete. His previous full-length novels are Gridlinked, The Skinner, The Line of Polity, Cowl, Brass Man, The Voyage of the Sable Keech, Polity Agent, Hilldiggers, Prador Moon, Line War, Shadow of the Scorpion, Orbus and The Technician. His Owner series novels include The Departure, Zero Point and Jupiter War. Dark Intelligence is the start of a new series set in the Polity universe. Narrated by Al Barclay Al Barclay has worked extensively over 15 years, most notably playing opposite James McAvoy and Michael Sheen in Stephen Fry’s Bright Young Things, and with David Thewlis in Luc Besson’s The Lady. He will be in the West End at The Arts Theatre this December playing Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. He also once drank two bottles of gin with Peter O’Toole, and danced the night away in Camden with Amy Winehouse.

StarShipSofa No 462 Douglas Smith  

Support all the shows in the District of Wonders PATREON Main Fiction: "Scream Angel" by Douglas Smith Originally published in Low Port Douglas Smith is an award-winning Canadian author described by Library Journal as "one of Canada's most original writers of speculative fiction." His work has appeared in twenty-five languages and over thirty countries. His fiction includes the urban fantasy novel, The Wolf at the End of the World, and the collections Chimerascope, Impossibilia, and La Danse des Esprits. His non-fiction guide for writers, Playing the Short Game: How to Market & Sell Short Fiction, is a must read for any short story writer. Doug is a three-time winner of Canada's Aurora Award, and has been a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award, CBC's Bookies Award, Canada's juried Sunburst Award, and France's juried Prix Masterton and Prix Bob Morane. A short film based on Doug's story "By Her Hand, She Draws You Down" won several awards at film festivals around the world. His website is www.smithwriter.com and he tweets at twitter.com/smithwritr Fact: Science News by J J Campanella Narrated by: Brian Rollins Brian Rollins was born in California and grew up in and around the Western US. He currently resides in Highlands Ranch, CO where he works as a voice artist primarily focused on audiobooks. He is probably best known for being the voice of the Glen and Tyler series of audiobooks, written by JB Sanders. If you’re in the Denver area in March, you can find him on stage with Magic Moments, a non-profit theater group that brings theater professionals and people with special needs together to create an original show every year. You can hire Brian to narrate your next audiobook at TheVoicesInMyHead.com

StarShipSofa No 461 Lauren Beukes  

Main Fiction: "The Green" by Lauren Beukes Originally published in Armored, edited by John Joseph Adams. The story will also appear in Lauren's upcoming short fiction and essay collection, Slipping, published in late November. Lauren Beukes is an award-winning, internationally best-selling novelist who also writes comics, screenplays, TV shows and journalism. Her novels, including The Shining Girls, Broken Monsters and Zoo City have been translated into 23 languages and are being developed for film and TV. She’s won the Arthur C Clarke Award, the University of Johannesburg prize, the August Derleth Award for Best Horror, the Strand Critics Choice Award for Best Mystery Novel, the RT Thriller of the Year and the Mbokodo Award. Her work has been praised by Stephen King, George RR Martin, James Ellroy and Gillian Flynn as well as The New York Times, The Guardian and NPR. She’s also written comics, including Survivor’s Club, an original horror series with Dale Halvorsen and Ryan Kelly, the NYT-best-selling Fables spin-off, Fairest: The Hidden Kingdom with Inaki Miranda, and a Wonder Woman-in-Soweto one-shot for kids, The Trouble With Cats with art by Mike Maihack. When she’s not on tour, or travelling for research, from Detroit to Zagreb, Muskat to Port-au-Prince, she lives in Cape Town, South Africa with her eight year old daughter. Narrated by: Heather Simmons Heather Simmons grew up in South Africa and has made her home in the United States. She earned her Ph.D. in biology at Penn State and her research focused on the evolution of plant pathogens. Heather is an active participant in community theatre with radio experience and can be reached for narration requests at hsimmons@iastate.edu.

StarShipSofa No 460 Marc Laidlaw  

Main Fiction: "400 Boys" by Marc Laidlaw Originally published in Omni, reprinted in Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology. Marc Laidlaw is the author of six novels, including the International Horror Guild Award winner, The 37th Mandala. His short stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies since the 1970s. In 1997, he joined Valve Software, and over the next nearly two decades, worked as lead writer on the popular Half-Life and Dota 2 franchises. In 2016, he retired to resume writing his own stories. Recent publications include a novella, White Spawn, available as a chapbook and ebook from PS Publishing. Updates and other things may be found at his website, www.marclaidlaw.com. Fact: Looking Back at Genre History by Amy H Sturgis Narrated by: Eric Luke Eric Luke is the screenwriter of the Joe Dante film EXPLORERS, which is currently in development as a remake, the comic books GHOST and WONDER WOMAN, and wrote and directed the NOT QUITE HUMAN films for Disney TV. His current project INTERFERENCE, a meta horror audiobook about an audiobook… that kills, is available free on iTunes and at Quillhammer.com

StarShipSofa No 459 Martin L. Shoemaker  

Main Fiction: "Unrefined" by Martin L. Shoemaker Originally appeared in Writers of the Future #31 Martin L. Shoemaker is a programmer who writes on the side… or maybe it’s the other way around. Programming pays the bills, but a second place story in the Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest earned him lunch with Buzz Aldrin. Programming never did that! His work has appeared in Analog, Clarkesworld, Galaxy’s Edge, Digital Science Fiction, Forever Magazine, and Writers of the Future Volume 31. His novella Murder on the Aldrin Express was reprinted in Year’s Best Science Fiction Thirty-First Annual Collection and in Year’s Top Short SF Novels 4. His short story “Today I Am Paul” will be reprinted in Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-third Annual Edition, The Best Science Fiction of the Year: Volume One, The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, and The Year’s Top Ten Tales of Science Fiction 8, and will appear in French translation in Galaxies magazine. Narrated by: Mark Nelson Mark Nelson (aka Harry Shaw) has been recording audiobooks since 2006, starting as a Librivox volunteer and later for such producers as Audible, Audible Frontiers, Hachette, Wonderaudio, Listen2aBook and Iambik. Recording as Mark Nelson and as “Harry Shaw”, he’s narrated more than fifty commercial audiobooks, including classics, horror, mysteries, and contemporary and classic science fiction. He still regularly contributes to Librivox, which he credits for getting him out of Human Resources and into something useful. Visit his website at www.markdouglasnelson.com.

StarShipSofa No 458 T. R. Napper  

Main Fiction: "An Advanced Guide to Successful Price-Fixing in Extraterrestrial Betting Markets" by T. R. Napper Originally appeared in Interzone #256 T R Napper’s short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Interzone (several issues), Grimdark Magazine, and several others. He is a Writers of the Future winner and been nominated for the Ditmar Awards. T R Napper has spent the last decade living and working throughout South East Asia. His website is here: http://www.nappertime.com/, and he can be found here on twitter: @DarklingEarth Narrated by: Graeme Dunlop Graeme Dunlop is a Solution Architect and voice actor living in Melbourne, Australia. He also wears rather too many hats over at the Escape Artists family of publications. His main hat is co-editor of PodCastle, the weekly fantasy fiction podcast. Submissions are open: http://www.starshipsofa.com/submissions/

StarShipSofa No 457 Shane Halbach  

"Main Fiction: The Story of Daro and the Arbolita" by Shane Halbach Originally appeared in Analog Shane Halbach lives in Chicago with his wife and three kids, where he writes software by day and avoids writing stories by night. His fiction has appeared in Analog, Escape Pod, The Year's Best YA Speculative Fiction, and elsewhere. He blogs regularly at shanehalbach.com, or can be found on Twitter @shanehalbach Fact: Science News by J J Campanella Narrated by: Mark Nelson Mark Nelson (aka Harry Shaw) has been recording audiobooks since 2006, starting as a Librivox volunteer and later for such producers as Audible, Audible Frontiers, Hachette, Wonderaudio, Listen2aBook and Iambik. Recording as Mark Nelson and as “Harry Shaw”, he’s narrated more than fifty commercial audiobooks, including classics, horror, mysteries, and contemporary and classic science fiction. He still regularly contributes to Librivox, which he credits for getting him out of Human Resources and into something useful. Visit his website at www.markdouglasnelson.com.

StarShipSofa No 456 Gregory Norman Bossert  

Tony's YouTube Channel unnamed Art done by Brian Matyas "Main Fiction: Two Things About Thrand Zandy's TechnoThèque" by Gregory Norman Bossert Originally appeared in Unlikely Story With the turning of the 21rst century I decided that twenty years of writing computer software was enough. By 2003 I had landed a job as a motion picture researcher for the film Beowulf, my qualification being that I had actually read the original…in 1982! That lead in time to a job at the legendary visual effects house Industrial Light and Magic, where in the last year alone I’ve worked on Tomorrowland, Jurassic World, Agent Carter, Avengers Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, The Revenant, and Star Wars The Force Awakens. By 2009 I decided to try my hand at writing. I’ve had fifteen sales so far, and I won the 2013 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story. You can find out more about my writing and film work at www.gregorynormanbossert.com. And look for new stories at The Dark Magazine website and in Asimov’s Science Fiction. “Two Things About Thrand", like last year’s “Twelve and Tag” which was also adapted by StarShipSofa, was drafted at the 2010 Clarion writer’s workshop. Narrated by: Katherine Inskip Katherine weighs galaxies for a living, and builds worlds in her spare time. She is addicted to chocolate and Japanese logic puzzles. bossert2 Art by Dermot Power

StarShipSofa No 456 Gregory Norman Bossert  

Tony's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChZ1UPhR3D5wIsjLNe6hWJw "Main Fiction: Two Things About Thrand Zandy's TechnoThèque" by Gregory Norman Bossert Originally appeared in Unlikely Story With the turning of the 21rst century I decided that twenty years of writing computer software was enough. By 2003 I had landed a job as a motion picture researcher for the film Beowulf, my qualification being that I had actually read the original…in 1982! That lead in time to a job at the legendary visual effects house Industrial Light and Magic, where in the last year alone I’ve worked on Tomorrowland, Jurassic World, Agent Carter, Avengers Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, The Revenant, and Star Wars The Force Awakens. By 2009 I decided to try my hand at writing. I’ve had fifteen sales so far, and I won the 2013 World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story. You can find out more about my writing and film work at www.gregorynormanbossert.com. And look for new stories at The Dark Magazine website and in Asimov’s Science Fiction. “Two Things About Thrand", like last year’s “Twelve and Tag” which was also adapted by StarShipSofa, was drafted at the 2010 Clarion writer’s workshop. Narrated by: Katherine Inskip Katherine weighs galaxies for a living, and builds worlds in her spare time. She is addicted to chocolate and Japanese logic puzzles. bossert2 Art by Dermot Power

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