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Regina Clarke has a doctorate in English Literature and has worked as a technical writer in high tech companies, focusing on network management systems, virtual protocols, and military surveillance software. Her stories have appeared in Subtle Fiction, Halfway Down the Stairs, Fried Fiction, Bewildering Stories, and Thrice Fiction. Two mystery short stories were published by Over My Dead Body! and Kzine (in the U.K. and on Kindle in May 2013). In January 2014 her long story "Narrative of Samantha Fremont" appeared in Mad Scientist Journal, and a short flash fiction word image was printed in Apocrypha & Abstractions. The ezine NewMyths.com accepted her mini-novella "Distraction," a science fiction story, for publication in June, 2014.
She has also ghost-written an autobiography for an Indian preacher, published a book on environmental management that has been used for city planning and building safety around the country, and created an online workbook on soul development for the Association for Research and Enlightenment in Virginia Beach.
In the spring of 2012 she was a finalist in the Hollywood SCRIPTOID Screenwriter’s Feature Challenge for her script “Second Chances.”
Her passion is for mysteries, film noir, science fiction B-grade movies, biographies of writers, metaphysics, and all wildlife. She has a wonderful son who has lived in Austin, Texas for many years. After working on both coasts, in Texas, and overseas, she has settled in the Hudson River Valley of New York state and it pleases her no end to live not very far from where Rod Serling grew up and Jane Roberts encountered Seth.
Regina has a brilliant, green, eclectus parrot named Harry who talks a great deal about himself. Her favorite venue of choice is the local coffee shop and/or any place with fairy lights as the decor.