Season 2: Ep3: "The Aliens Cloned Trent Darcell," by Zigzag Claybourne & "Oldish Woman Leaves Earth," by Marcy Arlin
ZigZag Claybourne wishes he’d grown up with the powers of either Gary Mitchell or Charlie X but without the Kirk confrontations. His work has appeared in Apex Magazine, Strange Horizons, Stupefying Stories, Vex Mosaic, FlashShot, The Reverie Journal, and a number of anthologies. His latest novel is The Brothers Jetstream: Leviathan. More at www.WriteonRighton.com.
Nick Dawson is an actor, singer, and acoustic guitar player based in NYC. Nickdawson9@gmail.com
Marcy Arlin's spec fiction has appeared in Daily Science Fiction, perihelionsf.com, Kaleidocast Season 1 & 2, Diabolical Plots, Broad Universe Sampler, Man.In.Fest Journal of Experimental Theatre. She writes about international and American theatre, theatre for social change and immigrant artists at tcgcircle.org and is Editor of Czech Plays: 7 New Works. She has posts at Clarion: Writer’s Craft. In another life she is Artistic Director of the OBIE-winning Immigrants’ Theatre Project and has taught theatre at CUNY, Yale, Brown, University of Chicago, Pace. In another other life she was a Fulbrighter to the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Romania. Her new favorite job is creative theatre workshops and coaching sessions for speculative fiction writers (BSFW, Lunacon). Marcy volunteers for PAWSnyc.org. She’d like to have a new website (now it’s immigrantstheatre.org) but does have an underused Twitter account @marcyarlin. Marcy lives in Brooklyn with a ghost and two cats.
Kathryn Kates spent over 25 years in LA where she was a founder, acting member and producer of the award-winning Colony Theatre. She is probably best known for her recurring role on Seinfeld in the iconic episodes, "The Marble Rye" and “The Babka”. She currently recurs as Jason Bigg’s mother on Orange Is the New Black; also recurring in the Jennifer Lopez’ NBC hit Shades of Blue as Mrs Saperstein; and recurs as Judge Marlene Simons on Law & Order: SVU. She has performed on Broadway and off broadway, most recently in Labyrinth’s NICE GIRL; at NYTheatre Workshop in Food and Fadwa; on Theatre Row in Herman Kline's Midlife Crisis; and starred along with Greg Mullavey and Gaby Hoffmann in The Last Sader. firstname.lastname@example.org
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