Bewildering Stories welcomes...
O. D. Hegre
O.D. has retired with his family to southern Arizona. He has taught and engaged in biomedical research at the University of Minnesota and, later, done research in the biotech industry. He has published short fiction extensively. His preferences include horror and science fiction.
“The Guardian” may gravitate toward the “dark side,” as O. D. says he does, and yet readers will find “the colonel,” who knows he is in his last days, an appealing and sympathetic character.
The angel of death, whom the colonel entertains over a glass of wine, has a tinge of sadness reminiscent of Terry Pratchett’s lonely figure, and yet she is an elegant and, in the end, not unkind lady. And what shall we make of the jewels she leaves behind? Thereby hangs a note of mystery that will remain to intrigue the readers.
O. D. Hegre’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, O. D. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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