William Baga


William Baga was born in Hyde Park, MA (Boston) in 1980. He attended school in a nearby suburb, Randolph, where he graduated Salutatorian. Baga attended the College of the Holy Cross where he was among the nominees for Valedictorian for his work within his economics major.

Baga worked in financial/investment analyst positions for four years prior to earning a master's degree in education from UMASS Boston. He went on to teach mathematics for 12 years within the Boston Public School system.

Currently, Baga has three released publications. 'Camilla of Grayville' is a dystopian children's picture book that promotes technology-balance in the lives of 21st century children. 'Isaac's Apple Phi' is a science fiction short that spans many socio-economic and political topics. 'Think.Laugh.Cry. in 100 Pages' is a collection of 3 shorts comprised of the previously released 'Isaac's Apple Phi', the comedy 'Take Two', and the drama 'Let Nature Decide'

Baga has a wife, Melanie, and daughter, Camilla, and resides in Somerset, MA.

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Think.Laugh.Cry in 100 Pages
Price: $3.14 USD. Words: 21,000. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories, Screenplays » Short
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
Think.Laugh.Cry. in 100 pages is a combination of unique shorts spanning dystopia, comedy, and drama. The flagship work, 'Isaac's Apple Phi', is near-term Science Fiction at its best. A cell phone named Scion unabashedly digs heavily into human socio-economics and politics. 'Take 2' is written purely to tickle your funny bone. 'Let Nature Decide' features boyhood friends caught at a crossroads.

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adam sandler    asimov    cell phone    dystopia    matt damon    phi    sci fi    sciece fiction    screen play