Space Vixen Trek Episode 17: Tomorrow The Stars

In 1978, a professor and two wacky Midwestern teens witness a remarkable finding. A worldwide computer network delivers an image from their new space telescope, and they discover proof that aliens once visited our solar system.

Soon, they're in more trouble than a gopher at a rattlesnake convention. Little did they know that these sneaky extraterrestrials are back again. More
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About Rainbow Albrecht

Rainbow's parents met during the Summer of Love. He was conceived and born in the back of a VW Bus. When he was one, they attended Woodstock (Rainbow was particularly impressed by Grace Slick's awesome voice).

As the years went on, his parents brought up their love child to be an environmentally conscious liberal embodying peace in the world. In the fullness of time, he became an environmentally conscious reactionary who believes in peace through superior firepower. Today, he fixes servers for a living but would prefer to be a supervillain plotting world domination on a remote volcanic island.

Becoming a dictator is a tough career change to pull off, so he channels his evil genius into creative writing. Mostly it is science fiction and fantasy parodies, and he aims for the golden mean of cheesiness which makes a story so bad that it's good.

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About the Series: Space Vixen Trek
Space Vixen Trek is all about making science fiction (and sometimes fantasy) as cheesy as possible, and as fun as possible. There's always a nerd and a jock, and sometimes their pals along for the ride. They save the world from icky aliens. What's there not to love about that? I'll often parody a particular genre, or pretend to write from a certain time period

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