It sounded like the perfect trip: biologist needed for an all-expenses paid trip to the Galapagos Islands. With only a few months left before she defends her PhD dissertation on whiptail lizards at the University of Texas, Joan Carter really needs an escape. But the voyage proves to be much more than a simple field expedition, as Joan quickly discovers. Forced to evaluate her goals, beliefs, and desires, she follows Darwin's voyage of discovery with one of her own.
Today, Tomorrow, Always
A 70-year-old Dr. Dre reinvents performance art in "Why Dr. Dre's 50th Anniversary Revisit of 'The Chronic' Is the Future of Live Performance" in this new anthology from publisher Margery de Brus.
A writer since 1989, Glen's short stories and novels focus on the intersections of things: religion and science, art and commerce, fables and reality.
For over 30 years, Glen has been reading and writing impressions about what he has read. His reviews have appeared in print at New Pathways and The Shingletown Inquirer and online at SF Site and Event Horizon. A collection of them can be read at First Impressions.