The idea in most science fiction is that it's not science fiction. That is to say, the stories may be set in the near or distant future, but they are about us as people today. Even if the people are future people, their sentiments, their concerns, their lives reflect our sentiments, our concerns, and our lives. Whether the characters are aliens or robots, they represent humanity and all our foibles and hopes.
Great Northern Audio's "Martian Trombones" takes a page from the classic view of martians as folks just like us. While we recognise this may be entirely flights of fantasy and humour, it is also important to see that no matter what planet you're from, the same issues remain.
Afterwards, we talk some more with Kerric Harvey. Great Northern Audio
Promo: The Sci Phi Show
Interview: Kerric Harvey
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