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Joseph Duda

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in New Kensington, PA, The United States
January 17

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I got hooked on phonics at an early age, but was able to overcome my addiction through the combined power of sugar-based cereal and Bugs Bunny. Despite a rough beginning, I became a successful licensed architect and contractor responsible for the design and construction of projects worth almost $2 billion. In addition, I have conducted seminars for thousands of people on alternative healing and the power of conscious thought to create what one desires. Both concurrent professions have allowed me to finally put some practical use to my undergraduate degree in creative writing as manifested in my first novel: The Travelers - Evacuation. The sequel is being worked on as you read this. Yes, I have elves who work through the night. Through some ...more

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The Travelers - Evacuation

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“For so long considered a second-rate category to other writing genres, Science Fiction should be allotted its true place in literature. The reason Science Fiction is so important is because SF authors create the future. They bring through ideas, technology, and new thought, put it all down in written and spoken word, and then send it out into mass consciousness. When enough people (a critical mass) think about and truly consider the plausibility of a concept, it becomes reality. Think William Gibson, who in 1982's "Burning Chrome" coined "cyberspace". Few grasped the concept at the time, but as the internet took hold in the 1990's, we not only had a word to describe our experience, we had a definition and an understanding, as well. Coincidence?”
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“For so long considered a second-rate category to other writing genres, Science Fiction should be allotted its true place in literature. The reason Science Fiction is so important is because SF authors create the future. They bring through ideas, technology, and new thought, put it all down in written and spoken word, and then send it out into mass consciousness. When enough people (a critical mass) think about and truly consider the plausibility of a concept, it becomes reality. Think William Gibson, who in 1982's "Burning Chrome" coined "cyberspace". Few grasped the concept at the time, but as the internet took hold in the 1990's, we not only had a word to describe our experience, we had a definition and an understanding, as well. Coincidence?”
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