Josh Roseman
(not the trombonist; the other one)

Welcome to the official website for Josh Roseman, fiction writer and voice artist. You may have seen my writing in Asimov's, or heard my voice on Escape Pod and StarShipSofa. I'm also a web developer, a father, and a human being. I have a full bio here, and a full listing of my published works here. Please feel free to add me to your RSS reader, or to whatever social network you prefer. You can e-mail me if you want me to write or voice something for you. Thanks for visiting.

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Here’s the second part of my interview with Mark Oshiro. Enjoy!

A few years ago now, I stumbled upon a website where this guy was watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer for the first time, just like I’d finished doing recently (at the time). I was flabbergasted — a, that someone was doing this, and b, that there was a massive community who made it a point to read and watch this guy watching a TV show.
I interviewed Mark Oshiro of “Mark Does Stuff”. Here’s Part One, in this week’s Six of the Best.
It’s amusing to me how films do scenes where people can clearly read hand-lettered signs across the street when they’re in office buildings. I can barely make out the two-story-high ads from the Rooms To Go across the street from my window.
Okay, let me explain how I came up with this: back on September 4, I tweeted a link to Dion Beary playing every Mumford And Sons song. Mr. Beary has a beard. There’s a band called Spock’s Beard. In “Mirror, Mirror”, Spock had a beard.

I’m appearing as Gregoric in the latest Journey Into podcast.

In my reviews of movies, one thing I always try to mention is the film’s soundtrack. Much as some people writing about Firefly say that the ship is a character, so too is the music in any TV show or film. And sometimes movies that get little or no play can have great soundtracks. Kick-Ass 2 is one such film.
You knew this column would eventually get back to the subject of poop. You just knew it.
The generic articles on news sites don’t often focus on six of the best reasons that nerds fantasy football = awesome. That’s what I’m here for.

My short-story “Survivor”, originally published by Crossed Genres, is now available in audio form from Cast of Wonders.

This is the first in a three-part series about cell phones.

Hard to believe this game is almost twenty years old, isn’t it?