My current “about the author” text is:
Philip Brewer’s stories often involve genetic engineering and money—perhaps not surprising, as everyone else in his family is some sort of naturalist and he has a degree in economics. Even before his former employer did him the great kindness of closing the site where he’d been working, giving him the opportunity to become a full-time writer, his stories often involved hard economic times. His work has appeared in Asimov’s Science Fiction, Futurismic, Redstone Science Fiction, and Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet. He speaks Esperanto and uses it for international communication.
Things you might want to know about me:
- I write science fiction and fantasy stories. (That link takes you to a list of my published stories.)
- For 10 years I wrote about personal finance and frugality for Wise Bread. (That link takes you to my posts at Wise Bread.)
Two of my science fiction short stories are available to read free on the web:
- “Like a Hawk in its Gyre” published by Redstone Science Fiction.
- “An Education of Scars” published by Futurismic.
Interviews with me:
Other things by or about me:
- My Clarion Journal from the six weeks I attended Clarion, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Workshop.
- My Esperanto-language publications (if you speak Esperanto—which you really should, you know).
- The Internet Science Fiction Database has another bibliography of my work.
My email address, and other ways to reach me, are on my contact page.
For private communication, I have a PGP key.