About the Authors
"Why is it that people nicknamed 'scatterbrain' are always so unreliable?"
Rae J. Angrem (also known as Andy McCann using an idea by Romeo Esparrago) ("Heads") is a Cleveland-based writer.  He likes apricots and birds.  <andy@planetmag.com
John Argo ("Control Game") is a writer and consultant who divides his time between the U.S. and Europe.  Educated in European and American schools, he holds a B.A. in English from the University of Connecticut.  Although he writes more science fiction, he is also a passionate suspense writer.  Some of his other writings appear on the Clocktower Fiction <http://www.clocktowerfiction.com/> web site. <sdjtc@eciti.com>
Brian Callahan (illustration for "Control Game") is a writer and professional Graphic Artist and Web site designer, who grew up and, until recently, lived in a sleepy suburb of Hell, called Santee, California.  He likes to think of himself as tall, blond, and tan -- though others tend to see him as short and pale.  With experience in desktop publishing, digital typography, and graphic design, Mr. Callahan contributes a unique look to C&C Clocktower Fiction <http://www.clocktowerfiction.com/>, The Haunted Village, Neon Blue Fiction, and Writ in Water: An International Gallery of Memorials for the Dead.  <worlock@ix.netcom.com>
Tony Chandler ("Kragon's Gold") has been reading science fiction since 1969, and was privileged to be there in the 1960s to see the first run of the original "Star Trek," and there in 1977 when an unknown movie named "Star Wars" hit the screens.  He is a Network Engineer living in Atlanta, Ga.  Tony has had stories published in the magazine LOST WORLDS, and this year in the Web zines COSMIC VISIONS, IBN QIRTAIBA, and DARK PLANET.  <TWages@bellsouth.net
Ray Dangel ("Zap") is Associate Editor of Planet Magazine.  He is a retired newspaper editor who lives near Denver, Colorado.  He has been reading and writing science fiction for many years. "Zap" is his first online publication. <radangel@eazy.net>
 Romeo Esparrago (various illustrations) is a former bachelor and is currently taking classes in life to get a degree in Retirement. Visit Lynn and Romeo's Wedding Page <http://members.aol.com/rdwedding/>  <romedome@aol.com>
Andrew G. McCann ("Children") is editor of Planet Magazine.  He wrote the editorial, perhaps not surprisingly, as well as the fake letters, as always.  His home page: <http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/5801/>.  Planet Magazine's home page: <http://www.etext.org/Zines/planet/>  <andy@planetmag.com>
Bidermeier van Leeuwonhoek (nothing), yet again, does not appear within these pages.  However, since he's such a great guy (remember that time he boiled an ostrich egg in his mouth?), we've agreed to pass on the message that he has been able to synthesize living "toy" Frankenstein-like servants in his storm-crowned cliff-top laboratory, in the hopes of giving this leisure-boosting technology away to the Peoples of Earth.  He continues to await the U.N.'s response.  <unwired> 
Frederick Rustam ("Lonely, In His Way") is a writer who's been published by a number of zines, including Planet Magazine.  <frustam@CapAccess.org>

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