Sue Lange’s work is “irreverant, funny, thought-provoking, delightful, and electric” 


Latest Project: Dust Nuggets

Dust Nuggets PosterSmallDust Nuggets is a forthcoming feature-length film about a band called the Dust Nuggets. It’s a psychological drama about the band’s manager who has overdosed on “G.” She’s in a coma now and dreaming the film. Surrealistic, dramatic, and weird. You’ll love it.

Written, directed, produced by Sue Lange and Andrew Pochan. Music by Chris Heslop, Kevin Daboin, and Corey Gabree. Here’s a teaser:

 “Dust Nuggets”

Help the film see daylight.

Other Projects:

The Dust Nuggets blog.

RTFM: Life and Times in Tech

Sue Lange’s memoir is available on Amazon. “My family once had a TV set that wouldn’t show Gilligan’s Island unless you beat it with a whiffle bat.” It goes on from there.

All proceeds from the book sale will be going to the Dust Nuggets film fund.


A Perfect You is now available on Vimeo

Filmmaking: Traffic Opera was shot in Reading, PA in July, 2017. It is now available on Vimeo.

Reading Theater Project:
Five Minute FringeFest (2020)
Dead of Winter (2017)
Marriage Expo(sé) (2015)
Speakeasy (2014)
One Body (2013)

Older Stuff:

We, Robots is getting a reprinting courtesy Nightshade Books. It’ll be in an anthology entitled “More than Human.” Perfect. Should be out late 2017.

Tritcheon Hash is moving to a new publisher, A Distant Mirror. They have some nice reviews up, and well, here  it is: http://adistantmirror.press/tritcheon-hash/

smallStGeorgeUtahDixie State University (St. George, Utah) holds  reading of “The Process,” a full-length play from Sue Lange.

“I found ‘The Process’ to be both intriguing and entertaining.” — Brian Passey, The Spectrum

Read the whole article.

BVC-AcrosstheSpectrum-133x200“Art & Science” short story by Sue Lange in Book View Café’s Across the Spectrum anthology of science fiction stories from the likes of Marion Zimmer Bradley, Ursula K. Le Guin, Vonda N. McIntyre, and many more.



Audio books from Audible.com. Get your very own audio version of Tritcheon Hash, We, Robots, and Uncategorized at Audible. Now there’s no excuse.


The Perpetual Motion Club

Welcome to the highschool of the future. The glee club is full of rock stars, the brainy kids hack permanent records, and the basketball players are as conceited as the cheerleaders. The walls are ablaze with six-foot-high logos of the hottest junk food, software, and clothing brands of the day. The popular kids are sponsored by Abercrombie, Microsoft, and Frito-Lay. You, on the other hand, can’t even get a return text from Clearasil. Your best friend is a witch, your boyfriend a twerp. Your geometry teacher hates you and your mom is gleefully counting down the days until graduation. Time for another hit of iHigh. Read more >

And now for something completely different: an ad for Jetstream Soda, first introduced to the world in “The Perpetual Motion Club.” Trés Chic!

other_half_of_the_sky_smMISSION OF GREED – Sue’s story appearing in the new anthology THE OTHER HALF OF THE SKY about heroes who happen to be women. Read more >

so_it_goes_smMEGASTAR HOPPER – AVAILABLE NOW in SO IT GOES (The new Kurt Vonnegut Tribute Anthology).  Kurt Vonnegut was a man who pushed his imagination off a cliff and followed it for the whole drop; a man who was able to write the most cynical material, yet make you die of laughter at the same time. Get it today. Read more >

And Now . . . Get the MEGASTAR HOPPER podcast > 


Find We Robots around the Internet

At Kirkus:
I, For One Welcome our Robot Overlords

At io9: Thirteen
Books that Will Change the

Way You Look at Robots

At SF Signal: One
of ten best reads of 2007

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Tritcheon Hash
“A Wild Good Read”

Tritcheon Hash is a test pilot on the planet known as Coney Island. It’s the planet all Earth women moved to when they got fed up with men. She’s got an assignment to do reconnaissance on the old world, the world of men: Earth. Oh boy. Literally.
We, Robots
“A Big Story”

When humanity discovers a way to remove physical pain, the humans become more like robots. At the same time, installing a pain chip into all artificially intelligent beings makes the robots more humanlike.
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“Makes you think”

Lots of fun stories. Sarcasm. Etc.
The Textile Planet
“Solid writing”

Each planet has a specialty. Q: Where do you go when you know longer want to work in the Textile Industry? A: the farthest reaches of the galaxy. What will you find there? Antimatter.

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We, Robots
“A Big Story”
 Tritcheon Hash
“A Wild Good Read”


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