Joe Mahoney

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Joe Mahoney is a writer and a broadcaster.

As a broadcaster, he has produced multiple radio documentaries on science fiction. He produced Six Impossible Things, an audio compilation of short fantastical fiction, curated by Nalo Hopkinson, and wrote and produced the science fiction radio show Faster Than Light, hosted by Robert J. Sawyer.

He engineered and story-edited Steve the First, a post-apocalyptic science fiction radio play mini-series, and its sequel, Steve the Second, which won a silver Mark Time Award. He produced and directed the pilot of the radio drama series Canadia: 2056, and story-edited all subsequent episodes. He is responsible for all the funniest bits.

Joe’s short fiction has been published in Canada, Australia and Greece.
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Worms for Sale

One of a series of posts about working in radio back in the day. (Here’s some more). Set on the rock five years after Newfoundland’s Ocean Ranger disaster, Stacy Gardner’s Worms for Sale is a moving and amusing story of a mother still reeling from loss after the Ocean Ranger disaster and dealing with a daughter wanting to […]
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