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Bewildering Stories welcomes...

Bill McCormick

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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