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Bill has worked in the entertainment industry for thirty years and played in a wide variety of bands. He’s written for numerous music magazines and was the president of a record company. He currently writes columns on sports and music for various publication and creates music videos.“And the Beat Goes Phut” really comes to life in depicting Spark’s work as a musician. The story veers off into a strange realm when a techno-terrorist recounts to Spark — a complete stranger — the motive for his group’s bringing about the apocalypse of a computerized society.
Both “And the Beat Goes Phut” and Margaret Karmazin’s “Coitus Interruptus,” also in this issue, raise a question of moment: at what point does technology itself become techno-terrorism?
Bill McCormick’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Bill. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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