About the author

pd mac

<p></p><p style="margin: 0px 0px 10.66px;"><span style="color:black; font-family:helvetica,sans-serif; margin:0px"><font size="3">pdmac is the author of the epic Science Fiction/ Fantasy series <strong><em>Wolf 359</em></strong>, which<strong><em> </em></strong>garnered 2</font></span><sup><span style="color:black; font-family:helvetica,sans-serif; font-size:8.5pt; line-height:107%; margin:0px">nd</span></sup><span style="color:black; font-family:helvetica,sans-serif; margin:0px"><font size="3"> place in Science Fiction in the Bookbzz.com Prize Writer of the year 2015 competition. &nbsp;Additionally, he is the author of the Steampunk Westerns <strong><em>Fool&rsquo;s Gold</em></strong> and <strong><em>An Ounce of Lead,</em></strong> a dystopian novel <strong><em>Rebirth of Angels, </em></strong>a novella <strong><em>Ctrl Z the Do Over Stone</em></strong>, and a book of poetry &ndash; <strong><em>a young man no more</em></strong>.&nbsp; A diverse author, writer, and editor, he has also edited a Literature anthology, served as managing editor of an archaeology magazine, ghost-written an autobiography, and has had poems, short stories, articles, and editorials published in various literary journals, magazines and newspapers.&nbsp; His most recent short stories appear in the <em>Short Story America</em> anthologies III and IV, <em><span style="font-family:helvetica,sans-serif; margin:0px">Poets in Hell</span></em><em><span style="font-family:helvetica,sans-serif; font-style:normal; margin:0px"> (ed., Janet Morris)</span></em>, <em>The Mulberry Fork Review</em>, and the Fantasy Anthology <strong><em>Chronicles of Mirstone</em></strong>.&nbsp; He has a MA in Creative Writing and a Ph.D. in Theology, and is a member of the Steampunk Writers and Artists Guild, and the Georgia Writers Association. &nbsp;He has also sung back-up for Broadway plays, provided voice for radio plays, and acted and directed theater stage productions. &nbsp;In his off time, he and his wife race mountain bikes, kayak, and occasionally backpack sections of the Appalachian Trail.</font></span></p><p></p>