Narrated by Melissa Bugaj
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This week we present Old People Rules, by Holly Schofield. Holly travels through time at the rate of one second per second, oscillating between the alternate realities of a prairie farmhouse and her writing cabin on the Canadian west coast. Her work has been published in Perihelion and AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review. She also has stories in three anthologies: Tesseracts 17, Oomph: A Little Super Goes A Long Way, and The Future Embodied. She is very pleased to have work forthcoming in Lightspeed’s Women Destroy Science Fiction issue which will be out in June and hopes that the stories there will speak to the unique experiences and abilities of teenage girls. You can find out more on Light Speed’s site under their Special Issues section. For more of Holly’s work, see her wesbite.
Your narrator is Melissa Bugaj. Melissa is a proud mom of an eight-year-old boy and five-year-old girl. She is a special educator in her fourteenth year of teaching. Melissa has taught all grade levels from preschool to grade five in both general and special education. Recently, she’s taken a leap in her teaching as she enters the high school level as a Conceptual Physics teacher. She co-writes and co-produces an original children’s story podcast with her husband, Chris, called Night Light Stories. She also writes a personal blog called According to Mags, about her children’s silly antics that keep her and her readers entertained. Melissa enjoys presenting with her husband at different state conferences on the subjects of audio stories and podcasting.
Theme music is “Appeal To Heavens” by Alexye Nov, available at MusicAlley.com.