- "Arthur Doweyko's collection of short stories covers a wide swath of time and space, with a few O. Henry turns and twists you might not see coming. Some will make you smile, and others will make you think. A delightful read." - Steve Perry, NY Times Best Selling Author of the Vastalami Gambit.
- "... diverse and often surprising... you are bound to find something on your wavelength in this collection, and you might find yourself thinking about some of the issues touched." - Piers Anthony, Author of the Xanth fantasy series.
- " ... reminds me a lot of the late great Arthur C. Clarke, whose stories (which I grew up on) were similarly grounded and displayed his broad technical knowledge. A great collection of 'shorts' and highly recommended for all sci-fi aficionados." - Charles Remington
About the Author
His debut novel, Algorithm,which is a story about DNA and the purpose of humanity, garnered a 2010 Royal Palm Literary Award (RPLA) and was published by E-Lit Books in October, 2014. His second novel, As Wings Unfurl, a story of guardian angels that are not angels, forbidden love, and the secret fate of humankind, took 1st place as best pre-published science fiction novel of the year at the 2014 RPLA competition and was published in 2016 by Red Adept Publishing. Many of his short stories have been honored as finalists in RPLA competitions, as well as achieving Honorable Mentions in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Contests. His current project is Wind In Trees, a story about the last creature with a human brain, and what it means to be human in a post-apocalyptic world where nothing is what it seems to be. Wind in Trees was recently honored with a 2016 RPLA award and given a 5-Star review by Reader's Favorite.
He lives in Florida with his wife Lidia, teaches college chemistry and happily wanders the beaches when not jousting with aliens.