The Danger: Three men exposed to radiation in a nuclear accident are hospitalized in isolation because they are dangerous to others. Sick and delusional, two make a daring escape only to suffer slow degeneration in the every-day world.
The Enemy: Belgian villagers are caught between lines in WWII. A boy comes of age in chaos, fear, and poignant irony.
|Publisher:||Dirk van Nouhuys|
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About the Author
I was born in Berkeley and have lived mostly around the San Francisco bay area. I have a BA from Stanford in creative writing and an MA from Columbia in contemporary literature. I am married and have three grown children. I have mostly earned my way with jobs in technical writing. A few years ago I stopped technical writing to devote full time to fiction.
I write short stories, some experimental forms, and occasionally verse, but I think of myself mostly as a novelist, and have written four novels. Two have been serialized in a small literary magazine and several excerpts from them have appeared separately. 70 items of fiction and a few poems have appeared in literary or general magazines. I occasionally publish photography.
I have also published technical reports and popular articles about networking and application of computers to text processing. I published a book on Macintosh applications with Wiley in 1985 and a translation of the Flemish novels The Enemy and The Danger by Jos Vandeloo in 1986.
You can learn more about me at my web site, wandd.com including a complete list of publications.