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Designated one of Quora’s Top Writers for 2016 and again for 2017, Thaddeus is a prolific writing machine.
Like a military general he invades a number of genres ranging from hard science fiction to surreal fantasy. His favorites range from space opera to epic fantasies where the characters are forced into circumstances, where before they can change the world, they have to change themselves.
Coming late to writing, Thaddeus has taken to it with a vengeance. Not content with just writing speculative fiction and having been a teacher in a former life, he fuses science fiction with science fact.
He creates bizarre thought-experiments which both inform and entertain with ideas such as Superman terraforming Mars in a year, or the Hulk surviving more than a few minutes sitting on the surface of the sun. A fan of cosmology, he writes about space science, other worlds and the possibility of alien life.
A twenty-five year career in technology and a lifetime love of superheroes allows him to talk about the comics, technology and superheroes in a way few other writers can match. His favorite comic topic are discussions on mutation, Marvels Celestials and technologies in the Marvel and DC Universes.
He writes more than a little nonfiction as well, discussing politics with his biting social commentary and views on society.
He also writes articles on the history of comic characters, their superpowers and occasionally talks about superheroes from the minority viewpoint.
A Primer on Daredevil’s Sensory Abilities
The Answer-Man deconstructs Daredevil’s superhuman senses
Ask him about the death of James Rhodes and dive for cover.
Thaddeus also reviews science fiction and fantasy works bringing his thirty years of analysis to the discussion. Yes, he disliked Passengers (totally creepy story-line) but the technology displayed there was impressive just the same…
Expanding his circle of writing he is a regular contributor to the Good Men Project, Panel & Frame, and he freelances for Krypton Radio and Polygon.com. He also writes for the Operative Network, a collection of writers and artists bring a new line of superheroes to life.
He is open to writing for you, if you can meet his demands…
He participates in the AfroSurreal Writers Workshop in Oakland and is becoming more familiar with the plethora of amazing talents living in the Bay Area such as Al Letson and Kim Stanley Robinson. His co-conspirators, Rochelle Spencer and Audrey T. Williams have been making friends and inspiring people to participate with the group.
When he isn’t writing, he works with Gehazi Bispo editing Futura SF Magazine, a small online publication slowly gathering steam and attracting an eclectic array of talented writers.
Is there something else he is doing? Probably, you will just have to sign on, chat with us and ask away tonight at 9:00 PM Eastern, 6:00 PM Pacific.
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This sampler only scratches the surface of the writing I have done in the last six years. If you want to get an idea of how much writing gets done at my house, take a look at this:
Keeping to my promise of science without crawly things, the Answer-Man does muse scientifically but only when asked politely. If you like what you’ve read consider following me on Twitter and supporting my writings through the magic of Patreon. I’m trying to get to Clarion this year, every Benjamin counts.
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For a cup of coffee a month, you can keep me from having to attend corporate zombie ribbon cuttings, freelance werewolf hunting, or black market ghost-busting all of which are dangerous, undesirable and in some counties, illegal. Keep me writing instead.