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J. Dharma Windham

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J. Dharma Windham has been shaking things up with his science fiction offerings since 2005. He and his chosen genre go all the way back to his flashlight under the blanket-on-school-night days. He’s come up in the world since then. Now he reads novels on an e-book while sipping a redeye at the Starbucks down the street. He is a historian by training with an avid love of science and technology. Combing such disparate interests to create compelling science fiction set against a historical backdrop is an obsession. He lives in Southern California with his lovely wife, and a not always delightful cat. During his free time, he likes to tinker with his classic Jaguar E-Type and eat mangoes.


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I do not believe it is possible to fully appreciate Jules Verne’s prophetic masterpiece without having some understanding of where things stood with warship design during the period Verne set his story. It’s against that backdrop that the Nautilus really shines. Which is not to say that the reality wasn’t pretty damn amazing.


 


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