Martin Berman-Gorvine is the author of six science fiction novels: Heroes of Earth (Wildside Press, 2015); Ziona (as Marty Armon, Amazon/CreateSpace, 2014); Save the Dragons! (Wildside Press, 2013); Seven Against Mars (Wildside Press, 2013); 36 (Livingston Press, 2012); and The Severed Wing (as Martin Gidron, Livingston Press, 2002), which received the 2002 Sidewise Award for Alternate History (Long Form) at the International Science Fiction Convention in Toronto in 2003.
His short stories include "Of Cats' Whiskers and Klutzes," which is appearing in the forthcoming anthology Brave New Girls; "Palestina," which was published in Interzone magazine's May/June 2006 issue, and was a finalist for the Sidewise Award (Short Form); and "The Tallis," which appeared in Jewish Currents magazine, May 2002. He is a professional journalist, currently serving as a reporter for the Bureau of National Affairs newsletter Human Resources Report.
His website is www.martinbermangorvine.com, his Facebook page is www.facebook.com/martingorvine, his musings on books, politics and life can be found at http://martianperspective.blogspot.com, and he tweets at @MeshuggeWriter. He lives in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. with his wife, a teenage son, three orange tabby cats, two shy kittens, and a sort of Muppet dog.