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On Writing: Then and Now

As an avid reader of science fiction, I spent my early childhood enraptured by the stories of Golden Age giants like Asimov, Clarke, Heinlein, and Bradbury, writers with the ability to transport me to other worlds.  I marveled at their talent to construct alternate realities where heroes triumphed and set the world right again, usually … Continue reading

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