Planet Magazine No. 3 - About the Authors

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Rick Blackburn a disabled Vietnam Vet, is interested in astronomy, astrophysics,
role-playing gaming, drawing, and writing. He's a FANatic fan of Star Trek, Star Trek
The Next Generation, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Dr. Who, and SF in general. He is
also president of the Power Pack Fan Club, and can be reached at:
POWER PACK FAN CLUB, PO Box 13712, Los Angeles, CA, 90013-0712.

Brian Burt is a systems analyst at a bank in Kalamazoo, Mich. (yes, it's a real town),
and a struggling SF writer whose biggest credit to date is winning the L. Ron Hubbard Gold
Award in the 1991 Writers of the Future Contest (for a story called "The Last Indian
War"). He's had five other stories published in small-circulation literary mags.

Peter Alejandro Cortes is a poet in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

Romeo Esparrago is an engineer in Sacramento, California, and aspires to be a
children's writer/illustrator someday. His nightly dream has been to have a bio in the
"About the Authors" page of Planet Magazine.

Biedermeier X. Leeuwenhoek once again does not appear in this issue. He is
currently working on a fantasy trilogy based on a race of elves who reject fluoridation for
their Fountain of Arrogant Youth™, with dire consequences for their teeth. Perversely, he
also once abducted an alien, taking it for a two-hour car ride across the Triboro Bridge.

Kevin McAuley is a Brooklyn-based writer.

Andrew G. McCann is a writer and editor in New York City.

George McCann is a retired corporate-PR type who teaches art history.

Steve Ross is a writer and book editor in New York City. His work has appeared in
various small-press publications.  

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