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Scott Pearson is a writer and an editor. He was first published in 1987 with “The Mailbox,” a short story about an elderly farming couple. In the years since, he has published a smattering of humor, poetry, short stories, and novellas. He contributed stories to the three ReDeus shared-world anthologies edited by Robert Greenberger and Aaron Rosenberg. His Lovecraft pastiche “The Squid that Came to Phil’s Basement” appeared in Space and Time Magazine. He has edited such books as Tales from a Tin Can: The USS Dale from Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay, which received a starred review in Publishers Weekly, and Will to Murder: The True Story Behind the Crimes & Trials Surrounding the Glensheen Killings, which was featured on Dominick Dunne’s Power, Privilege, and Justice series on CourtTV. As a freelancer, he has copyedited several Star Trek novels. He cohosts the Generations Geek podcast with his daughter, covering geeky movies, books, TV, and just about anything else that comes to mind. Guests have included Kevin Dilmore, Kevin Lauderdale, and Una McCormack. Scott lives near the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, fabled in story and song, in St. Paul, Minnesota, with his wife, Sandra, and daughter, Ella.

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