Bewildering Stories biography
My name is James I. Wasserman and I am a 29-year old graduate student from Kingston, Ontario currently based in Boston. I’m working on a Ph.D. in Psychopharmacology. I’ve been trying to start a little career in writing and have always been excited by opportunities to publish my dark humor, fantasy and horror stories.
I have published a scientific article in Schizophrenia Research (2003) as well as “The Black Queen” in Queen’s University graduate newspaper, Antithesis. I also have a featured piece, “The Expiring Man,” in the online magazine The Dogwood Journal and an upcoming publication in Wild Violet magazine as well as Zygote in My Coffee.
I’m always open to comments or other venues to publish or a chat and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Initial submissions to Bewildering Stories:
- “The Man Who Could Not Leave” — A man awakes with no identity and despite the pain is denied his only desire: an exit.
- “Eating Crow” — A lax health inspector involved in a serious case of food poisoning gets his “just desserts”
- “Smoke and Mirrors” — Here a seemingly omniscient psychiatrist helps a man remember fragments of his lost world, but bizarre complications seem to arise.
Copyright © 2004 by James I. Wasserman