- New headshot.She has a full bowl of clean water in the house. Just saying. #doggo #dogs #dogsofinstagramSad about how much rain we've had lately. #doggo #dogs #dogsofinstagramSleeping hard after a full day at the doggy day care. #doggo #dogsofinstagramDog ball. #dogballI get it, @krogerco, you're trying to show us a guy with hair on his arms, but it just looks like he's extruding maggots from his skin.
Tag Archives: science fiction
Escape Pod episode 535 features my performance of “Bluejay” by Edward Ashton. Listen here, or buy Edward’s book here.
I’m performing the role of Sergeant Ramon Bradley in Greetings From The Ninth Sector by Rish Outfield. Originally I was slated to play Corporal Otterson, but the production went in a different direction. Still, part of my performance can be … Continue reading
“Return to Waypoint 5”, the sci-fi adventure story that got me into Taos Toolbox, is the cover story in this month’s Black Denim Lit. Read for free, or purchase from one of the fine retailers on the page.
My short-story “Survivor”, originally published by Crossed Genres, is now available in audio form from Cast of Wonders. Episode 131: Survivor by Josh Roseman | Cast of Wonders
Other than the pheromones, and the fact that I now have to wear a breathing mask when I sleep so that I can actually get some sleep, there’s only one thing that drives me crazy about Mrf. That’s from my … Continue reading
I’m performing Lettie Prell’s “Earth for Dummies” in StarShipSofa #316. StarShipSofa No 316
My performance of “Letter from the Stars” by AE van Vogt is up at Protecting Project Pulp. Listen. “Letter from the Stars” by AE van Vogt
Part 2 of my performance of Jack Vance’s “The Moon Moth” is available for your listening enjoyment at StarShipSofa. “The Moon Moth”, Part 2
The first half of my performance of Jack Vance’s “The Moon Moth” is now available at StarShipSofa. Please forgive my singing voice. “The Moon Moth” by Jack Vance, Part 1
My short-story “113 Feet” has been published by Escape Pod. Read it or listen to it here. If you choose the latter, enjoy editor Mur Lafferty’s performance. “113 Feet” is the first short-story I wrote when I started calling myself … Continue reading
Josh Roseman’s short story, “Greener,” is a love story set in the medium future (if I read the hint correctly, 2080). When Scott decides not to renew their four-year contract for a third term, Naomi is furious. Scott tries to … Continue reading
In a near future, Scott decides not to renew his marriage contract with Naomi and look for “Greener” pastures in the story by Josh Roseman. He does not find them. There were a few features of this story that showed … Continue reading
Josh Roseman’s ‘Greener’ is basically a relationship story and the pressures such things come under while both parties come under the pressure of showing they’re clean before they’re allowed to touch. I didn’t find this a particularly pleasant story to … Continue reading
Climate change brought on by an ‘event’ leads to a sort of Mad Max future, with nomaid communities of desert-adapted vehicles/ships forming, the better to protect themselves and to seek water. A tight drama is enacted, with a bit of … Continue reading
“Bring on the Rain” by Josh Roseman takes place sometime in the mid-22nd Century, years after Earth had been hit for two days by a solar flare, killing three-quarters of the population and rendering all the surface water undrinkable. William … Continue reading
I think I might like this one best. […] This is sort of a push-your-limits-triumph-over-adversity story, and I liked the protagonist’s struggle between pessimism–”I’m going to die”–and determination to try to survive–”I can do this”. I recently found this review … Continue reading
My short-story “Greener”, which I’m very proud of, is in the April/May 2012 issue of Asimov’s. Click here to put it in your eyeballs. “Greener” in Asimov’s
From Guatemala, where a woman dreams of becoming La Gorda, the first female luchador, before discovering a greater calling in “La Gorda and the City of Silver”; to the big city in the US, where superhero Flux refuses to don … Continue reading
My performance of David Brin’s “Fortitude” is in this week’s StarShipSofa. Listen here. Also, if you have a minute, check out Lewis Shiner. I read his novel Glimpses and really enjoyed it. StarShipSofa No 217: David Brin, Lewis Shiner