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Bewildering Stories

Ronald Linson

Bewildering Stories biography

“What good is an apocalypse without snacks?”— Elizabeth Bear, Chill

Born and raised in the quaint towns and villages of western Connecticut, I now inhabit one of the outer boroughs of New York City. I have a degree in Computer Information Systems, but I’ve found that I don’t like managing databases and stuff like that, so I became a writer.

My interests are primarily science fiction, fantasy, and horror, although at some point, I may try my hand at writing in other genres, such as mystery or even straight-out literary fiction.

As a nerdy little kid, my introduction to the genre was Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke. Since then, I’ve read and loved works by Robert A. Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, Piers Anthony, and so many others, and now I’d like to add my voice to the chorus.

Copyright © 2015 by Ronald Linson

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