Stephen Euin Cobb

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Stephen Euin Cobb (born February 3, 1955) is a U.S. author, magazine writer, interviewer and podcast show host that was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina.[1] Cobb has contributed to several magazines such as Space and Time Magazine and Robot Magazine as a writer and editor, which usually focus on technology and science. He is also the host of the weekly podcast series The Future and You, which won a Parsec Award in 2006 for "Best Speculative Fiction News Podcast".[2] Cobb is also active in the game Second Life, where he helps organize and promote events dealing with science fact, fiction and the future.

Cobb has also invented the game Death Stacks, as well as the Ignorance Index, an empirical rating system for talk shows on radio and television.



  • Plague at Redhook (1999)
  • Bones Burnt Black (2004)
  • Skinbrain (Cerebrodermus Fantastica) (2011)

Short Stories[edit]

  • The Errand Boy


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