Harry Lang was born in a suburb of Philadelphia, PA back when Eisenhower was President and no one had visited space. One of his earliest memories is watching John Glenn being strapped into a Mercury capsule on TV; he has lived in the future ever since. Generous doses of Star Trek, Ray Bradbury and the rest of the usual suspects sparked a life long interest in science fiction.
Writing has long been part of a broad resume of artistic interests; decades of devoted effort have produced a truly impressive collection of rejections. It wasn’t until his first acceptance by the online publication Bewildering Stories that Harry realized he might not be crazy after all. “My Name is Angela”, which appears in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 28, is his first professional sale.
When not actually writing or attending to the myriad necessities of life here on Earth, Harry enjoys teaching creative writing to small groups of home schooled students.
Harry graduated from Philadelphia College of Art with a B.F.A. in Painting in 1981. He is currently a review editor for Bewildering Stories. He lives in Prospect Park, PA with his brilliant wife and six brilliant kids and works as a technical designer for a gargantuan aerospace corporation.
The Mountains of the Eldritch Sea
by Harry Lang
A collection of short stories from the land and seas of the mythical planet Thal, where the priests of the First Faith do battle with the worshippers of the demonic Ultra-gods. Prophecies and miracles are pitted against treachery and brutality but the greatest power is found in the smallest things. By award winning author Harry Lang.
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