About the Author
As a serious Science Fiction author focused on future spacetravel, J.P. Osterman became an Independent Research Scientist studying thelaws that govern space and issues relating to space travel, exploration, andcolonization of Mars and exoplanets. Inaddition to the physics of long distance space travel, J.P. studied thenecessary computational theories to control of the physics of space travel andextreme time/space compression: optical quantum computing, quantumcommunication, and AI Computer intelligence reaching well beyond the"Singularity," with organic, quantum-level, human neural interface and exchange(NIE).
J.P. Osterman was a reader and writer throughout her youth. She graduated from University of San Diegowith a B.A. in English (with an emphasis in writing) and later a Master'sdegree from Azusa Pacific University. Inthe early 1990s, she met Ray Bradbury who inspired her to write sciencefiction. "I felt that somethingstrange and wonderful had happened to me because of my encounter with Mr. Bradbury,he gave me a future...I began to write every day."
She has written seven novels, mostly science fiction: fromexploring Mars, to spacefolding to an ancient alien world. She has won several awards, including theprestigious Rupert Hughes Award at the seminal Maui Writers Conference for hersci-fi novel, The Matter Stream,which she is transforming into her Nelta Series of novels. She won First Place for her play, The ManNext to Me that was subsequently published in the San Diego Writer's Monthly magazine.