Bewildering Stories welcomes...
We really have to extend our every sympathy to Mark Eller. He may hold the record as the author with the largest body of lost works. After an auspicious beginning as an author in 7th grade, he wrote several novels but lost them when moving. He co-wrote another novel and lost all but thirty pages in a disk crash. Since then he has become understandably obsessed with backups. Let us all take a lesson from his example. I shall do so, myself... Real Soon Now.
Mark has written a four-book science fiction series and is working on a fantasy novel. He’s published short stories in several places. “A Reason To Be” seems to be something of a companion piece to Jörn Grote’s “Lost in Thought,” also in this issue.
Mark’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Mark. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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