"The Star-Field Papers" are works presented by author and playwright D. L. Arber. Previously on television and the stage, D. L. Arber has focused his creativity on one of his strongest passions, storytelling.
"The Star-Field Papers" tells the story of Jed, a young boy, who discovers the technology in a distant city and its influence is destroying the life around him and is spreading to the small town where he lives.
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About the Author
D. L. Arber, writer, actor and poet, was born in Illinois and grew up in Colorado, in the United States of America. He is a 2005 graduate of the University of Northern Colorado in Theatre Arts. As a student he performed in numerous school productions and also participated in New York University's summer theatre program. Following graduation he worked on stage, both as an actor and a producer, and in television in New York and Los Angeles, before returning to Colorado. In recent years he has been involved in writing short stories, plays and poetry.