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S.G. Wilson

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Alternate versions of S.G. Wilson from parallel Earths have worked a number of jobs: robot nursing home manager (Earth 10), flying carpet weaving instructor (Earth 56), Third Gondolier for Warlord Thud of the TransAmerican Waste (Earth 456), and chief strategist for the 2020 reelection campaign of President Martin Van Buren’s clone (Earth 132). But the S.G. Wilson of this Earth has mostly been content to write stuff for magazines and spend time with his family in Austin, TX. He likes walking around, watching opening credit sequences for sitcoms from the 70s and 80s, and winning cats over to his side. He also co-hosts the THIS WEEK IN THE MULTIVERSE podcast (www.multiversethisweek.com). Book one of his debut middle-grade series, ME VS. THE M ...more

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S.G. Wilson Though I’ve always loved stories in which characters meet their duplicates from parallel universes, they invariably leave me wanting more. I’m not tal…moreThough I’ve always loved stories in which characters meet their duplicates from parallel universes, they invariably leave me wanting more. I’m not talking about more action, suspense or drama—I want more talking. Why can’t Spock and Evil Spock spend a little more time just chilling out and trading notes? Why can’t the (older) Earth 2 Superman share his relationship advice with the Earth 1 Superman? Why can’t all the Ricks and Mortys stop horsing around and get real with each other, if only for a few minutes?

That’s why I wrote ME VS. THE MULTIVERSE: to see what it would be like if a bunch of copies of the same person gathered to talk about themselves. There’s still action, drama and suspense, but there’s talking too. And fart jokes.(less)
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