James Rogers

rogers jamesJimmy is a microbiology grad student, an amateur writer, a speculative audio fiction enthusiast, and a blogger at
Science Is Magic
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When not listening to as many as four podcasts a day, he writes and produces Synthetic Voices (http://scienceismagic.com/?page_id=754), a podcast dedicated to recognizing amazing podcasted audio fiction.

Yes, a podcast about podcasts…it’s very meta…

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