This final job was supposed to pay off all of her debts, but Kilner’s last delivery contained more than she bargained for.
When Kilner accepted the job of smuggling escapee Samantha Trapp across the galaxy, she expected the job to be over and done with quickly. But now they’re stuck with each other, and they have a job to do…
Following in the footsteps of Harry Harrison, Brian Aldiss and Douglas Adams, We Fix Space Junk is a sci-fi comedy podcast from Battle Bird Productions, written by Beth Crane (Upholstery, Ronnie and the Other World) and produced by Hedley Knights (The People’s Rock). It tells the tale of two female repairmen as they tackle jobs across the galaxy while fighting against the company that put them there.
We Fix Space Junk is written by Beth Crane and produced by Hedley Knights, and stars Beth Crane, Rebecca Evans, Jack Carmichael, Hedley Knights and several guest voices.
Automnicon: The Intern is our first novella! Set in the offices of Automnicon, The Intern follows the adventures of Astatine.
All Astatine has ever wanted is to work for Automnicon. It’s cost her countless friendships and relationships but still, she’s persevered. And now, years after her first application, she has her chance to join them: she’s finally been offered an internship. But can she prove herself to her new boss and to Automnicon? Or will she fall at the first hurdle?
A book set in the world of the We Fix Space Junk podcast, Automnicon: The Intern is the first in the Automnicon series, stepping away from the main story and exploring the lives of the characters on the fringes of the podcast.
Automnicon: The Intern was written thanks to support from our patreon and released to celebrate the anniversary of the release of episode one.
Much like all indie podcasters, we rely on support from our listeners to keep everything going! As writer Beth Crane mentioned in a tweet a while ago, it takes sixty-eighty hours of work to put together an episode of We Fix Space Junk and although we really love it, it’s a lot of work!
Response from listeners on Patreon has been unexpected and amazing so far. If you’re interested in supporting us financially, below are a couple of links. Here’s to so many more episodes!
(Patreon allows you to give a set amount per month for monthly rewards — we currently have a lot of bits and pieces for patrons to enjoy — and Ko-Fi and Paypal allow you to just give a one-off donation)
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