Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith grew up a voracious reader; from The Hardy Boys and Tom Swift, through Robert A. Heinlein, Ray Bradbury, Tolkien and Stephen R. Donaldson, to Robert Ludlum, John le Carré and Neal Stephenson. When he found Philip K. Dick, Harlan Ellison and William Gibson he realized that his path was going to be forever engaged in the business of the future.

From creating in code, to imagining what comes next via prose, the future is never far away.The founder of a successful consulting and software development company, and an avid programmer and technophile, Steve is equally fluent in the language of men, and that of machines.Stephen has been published in Hub and The Spilling Ink Review.

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