Everitt Foster is a non-practicing scientist, geological denomination, who converted to military history after undergrad, but has since entirely lapsed from academia. In 2010, after nearly a decade of almost solitary confinement in a tiny office with a pack of red pens and stacks of undergraduate essays, he lost faith and made a daring escape from graduate school. Eyewitnesses report that the breakout involved fending off a brilliant adviser, hurdling three committee members, and evading a clever dissertation. It also involved losing all but four friends. His most interesting publication involved Michael Foucault and Dexter Morgan; use your imagination, or read Dexter and Philosophy: Mind Over Spatter. He enjoys the outdoors (rocks and astronomy), the indoors (books and video games) and various mental pharmaceuticals (again, use your imagination). He lives in Texas. Mostly harmless. If found do not feed before midnight, caffinate regularly, and enjoy the ride.
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The Storm Fishers and Other Stories
by Everitt Foster
Four short stories and a novella set in 'The Apostrophe Universe' - a place where only the starborn have privileges common to the west and the mudfoot, those born on Earth, work in scientific and engineering jobs maintaining the lifestyle of the starborn. The stories range from Christmas with a broken family to cloning a boy's father after he is sentenced to death. Great stories for sci-fi fans.
Autumn Leaves: A Novel of Old Japan
by Everitt Foster
A young ronin arrives in Edo and is immediately accused of committing a string of arsons in the city of paper and wood. The firechief is convinced that he is guilty, and will stop at nothing to prove his point. Meanwhile the firechief is in love with a geisha and plans to marry her, despite her plans to live the life of an artist. The chief's young sister is desperate to find a suitable husband.
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