Nathan Comstock is a poet and fiction writer from The Midwest(TM) (specifically Minnesota, Indiana, and Ohio). His poems have been published in places like Maps for Teeth, Amethyst Arsenic, and Koru, and he's been featured on the Indiefeed Performance Poetry Podcast. He doesn't know anything about actual science, but he went to his first Star Trek convention at the age of five. He lives with his wife and several other strange people in Boston, MA.
Voice of Janet
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Austin Hendricks, poet and cat enthusiast, has only ever done art by accident. Her poetry has been published in Freeze Ray Magazine and can be viewed on the Slam Find YouTube channel. She was also a recurring guest on Vexed-Men, a podcast on comics. Austin can frequently be found at various Boston poetry open mics, in particular at the Boston Poetry Slam at the Cantab Lounge in Cambridge.
Michael F. Gill
Producer/Musical Accompaniment/Voice in the credits
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Michael F. Gill is a musician-poet-librarian precisionist, and has had work published in Amethyst Arsenic, Spoonful, Maps For Teeth, and Best Indie Lit New England, Volume 1 (BILiNE). He runs the Brighton Word Factory (a bi-weekly writing group in Boston), organizes the 365/365 challenge (an online group designed to stretch one’s writing abilities in community with other poets), and is always on the lookout for a good bagel and a bad pun. His website is http://www.bbtp.net. Do you know anything about techno?
Voice of Frankie
Valerie Loveland is a poet and Data Science student. She enjoys running, audio poetry, silent movies, and celebrity cats.
Voice of Officer Nassif
Ramy Abdelghani is a co-producer of ImprovBoston’s monthly late-night experimental variety show, LaughterRisk*, as well as its twice-weekly comedy incubator, Comedy Lab. He’s a former direct of retired event planning groups Banditos Misteriosos and BostonSOS, and a long-time theater nerd that spent way too much time in his college’s scene shop.
You can catch Ramy and his work in locally-produced short films, one-act plays, storytelling events, standup shows, and the occasional ImprovBoston seasonal sketch showcase or comedy festival. He's a member of long-running sketch comedy group Mister Bismuth (Twitter/FB/IG/Soundcloud @misterbismuth; short films at www.vimeo.com/jrgcase), and performs solo sketch comedy under the moniker "Margaritas and Pizza."
He's also active in the Boston poetry scene and periodically lends his bad hearing to the Brighton Word Factory’s long-running translation of The Odyssey via the game of Telephone (The Telephodyssey) at http://www.bbtp.net/telephodyssey.htm. Also, he's been known to listen to the same album on repeat for, like, a whole week.
Thomas Dwyer - Trying on Triton
Bridget Hillyer - Physical and Frazzled on Proximus Beta
Kristen Breward - Seeing Double on Sagittarius Beta
Colin Killick - Ravenous on Raknos VII
Evelyn and Eleanor Hornbeck - Are Two Heads Better than One?
Melissa Galvez - Emulated on Epsilon Gamm
Ari Zirulnik - Restless over Rent
Angela Davis - Metamorphic on Mercury
Jesse Stansfield - Alternate in Anaheim
Chalkey Horenstein - Very happy with my new device please disregard
Al Gundy - Limerick
Gemma Cooper-Novack - Frustrated in Fiction
Nora Meiners - Missing my Mom but not this much
Aaron Yi - Out of Time
Emily DeTar Birt - Twisted up in Time
Dave Comstock - A Forlorn Floraform
Aryn Orwig - Grounded on Groundhog Day
Ben Halls - Admiral Screwed
Carol Hornbeck - Worried Mom
Phoenix Bunke - Teenage Dream but Not Really
Jackie Bhandari - Put out over Plants
Susanna Kittredge - Chronologically Confused
Denise Potter - Lovelorn in Loxas (formerly, what’s left is Grapnofalian XXXVII).
Jen Cooper - Reticent about Robotics
Kristin Leonard - Green with Envy
Catherine Martin - Dog Waiting For His Day
Lisa Peterson - I also just hate cereal
Jonah Comstock - Existentially baffled
Kristopher Ball - Eliminator Troy
Marten Dollinger - Narflebock
Ian Sharp - Best served cold?
Two very nice robots - Katie from Business Advantage Plus