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Elous Telma

Elous was born in Athens, Greece. He earned degrees in Biochemistry and Neurochemistry at the University of London. He later moved to the U.S., where he pursued research projects at Yale and then at the National Institutes of Health. After that, he set up his own research lab in Germany and is now looking forward to a position at the University of Nottingham.

To answer our own Challenge question, oikos means ‘house’ in Greek, hence our word “economy,” i.e. housekeeping on a grand scale. Chapter 1 explains the colorful history of “the house of Nannion.” And, since Nannion is a stray cat, readers can expect she will resemble the original Nannion, a social outcast who is nonetheless valued and even respected.

Our feline friend is lost on a desert island where an abandoned biological experiment has had unforeseen consequences. Readers can expect that Nannion will need friends and they will need her.

Elous Telma’s bio sketch can be found here.

Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Elous. We’re looking forward to the further adventures that await Nannion on the mysterious island!

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