Bewildering Stories welcomes...
Bill Bowler qualifies as one of Bewildering Stories’ academic big guns with a doctorate in Slavic languages and literatures. He says he bailed on academia, which was probably a good idea in the 1980’s. He now works for a classical music management agency, which sounds like nice work.
Still in touch with Slavic literature, Bill is a fan of Stanislaw Lem and the Strugatsky brothers as well as of Philip K. Dick and H. G. Wells.
Bill says he has the great American novel on paper Around There Somewhere. Which recalls one of our unofficial mottoes: “Never mind where it is as long as you know it’s there.”
The essay “Science Fictional Politics” is Bill’s first contribution, in the Discussion section of this issue.
Bill Bowler’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Bill. We very much appreciate your contributions to the forum, and we’re really looking forward to the stories of yours that we have scheduled. And of course we hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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