Bewildering Stories welcomes...
Thomas Wm. Hamilton
Thomas has degrees in German and Astronomy from Columbia University. He worked for three years on the Apollo Project. He has also worked for a planetarium manufacturer and has served on the faculties of all three Staten Island colleges. He retired in 2003 and has written eight books. Professor Hamilton also has an interplanetary distinction: the International Astronomical Society has named asteroid 4897 for him.
“An Arkham Halloween” comes just in time for “trick or treat.” “Joe” Ahasver comes to a small university town where the library holds a copy of an medieval manuscript of interest to him. Joe meets an ancient enemy, Val Tepes. The wry humor is spiced with literary allusions that readers will enjoy identifying.
Thomas Wm. Hamilton’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Thomas. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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