Radio Sphere by Devin terSteeg @DevinMichael
“Radio Sphere is an imaginative, humorous, and thought-provoking novella.” – Frank Scozzari
A science fiction novella, “Radio Sphere” reveals a shy, maladjusted girl into the leader she must become amidst the dying, surreal landscape of Earth modified by a deranged alien.
If you’re reading this – our message has come too late. These creatures – such wonder. We never could have anticipated what we’d find…
Humanity had grown accustomed to 250-year life spans when nuclear detonations cause an EMP chain-reaction in the atmosphere to destroy most technology, and with it the population severely reduces over a few generations.
Radio Sphere is a dejected comedy about Earth through the eyes of an alien after she’s almost killed us all. Why have they come and what do they want?
In the future, Earth was changed. Electricity, water, and food have all become scarce. Stubbornly, Elizabeth and George live on.
Biography of Devin terSteeg
Devin terSteeg is a man of finite, but altitudinous, stature. He is usually found in North Dakota or Minnesota hoping for radioactive spider bites or the end of winter; whichever comes first. Devin can often be found wondering where he is and wandering that where.
Heavily influenced by Ray Bradbury, George Saunders, Miranda July, Feodor Dostoevsky and the incredible Orson Welles. Devin graduated with degrees in Creative Writing and Humanities from Minnesota State University, Mankato and now works in the uplifting and creative world of corporations.
Not including the above-mentioned authors, his favorite books are Siddhartha, Good Omens, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, and The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle. Non-fiction favorites include the Book of Five Rings, Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the 10th Dimension, and A Brief History of Time.
“This book is not only clever and witty, but dynamic and interesting. The author drops you into this almost ‘post apocalyptic‘ world, and gives you insight into the characters daily lives, as well as an outside perspective for how those lives are perceived. Truly this is a fun read, definitely worth it.” – Hollie D.