Karol Lagodzki left Poland at twenty and has called the United States home for over two decades. His fascination with the “why” of human behavior led him to study sociology and psychology. He’s a self-taught inventor and has several mechanical and electronic patents. In his writing, he draws heavily on personal experiences and training. He is the author of Son of Lot, an unpublished novel about an errant prophet set in ancient Canaan, Anatolia and Egypt, and is at work on a book about the human genome project taken a step too far. His short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Streetlight Magazine and The Ryder Magazine. Find him at http://klagodzki.com.