Collection: Jim Gotaas

James C. Glass is a retired physics and astronomy professor and dean who now spends his time writing, painting, traveling, and playing didgeridoo or native American flute. He made his first story sale in 1988 and was the Grand Prize Winner of Writers of the Future in 1991. Since then he has sold ten novels, four short story collections, and over fifty short stories to magazines such as Aboriginal S.F., Analog, Pulphouse and Talebones.  For details, see his web site at www.author-jamesglass.com . He now divides his time between Spokane, Washington and Desert Hot Springs, California with wife Gail, who is a costumer and healing dancer. Jim’s research as a physicist was in the areas of molecular biophysics and superconductivity, with an emphasis on enzyme structure and function. He also spent five years in industry, working on arc jet and ion propulsion systems, before returning to graduate school.