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Adam is a native of Bellingham, Washington and recently graduated from McPherson College, in Kansas. He was involved in the theater program and directed seeral one-act plays. One of his own plays was also produced by students.
“Teddy Bow” might be easier to stage as a short film, because it has some special effects. But film and stage productions have a way of flattening out time and relative reality, which are much easier to handle in prose.
And prose can have a mystery that more realistic media do not. Poor old Professor Teddy Bow is funny-looking and something of a windbag at times, but that’s just comedy. What has he done to deserve his Kafkaesque situation? Is the ending a recognition or a punishment? Readers will have to decide for themselves, and that can be the fun of reading.
Adam Randolph’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Adam. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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