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Author of fast, funny Executive Severance, winner of the 2012 Mary Shelley Award for Outstanding Fiction! http://amzn.to/zkkuFU
Who says you can't marry modern technology and old school mystery? Executive Severance (NeoPoiesis Press, $16.95), a masterful work of Twitter microblogging fiction, is delightfully full of punny dialogue, clever character conditions, and a total lack of adherence to the old "rules" of storytelling. A comic murder mystery novel, Executive Severance is composed entirely of 140-word Tweets
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An experienced information technology executive, until recently I was Associate Director in the Office of Information Technology at St. George’s University. As an adjunct professor at Fordham University, I have taught courses in communication theory, mass media and society and media industries. I have a Ph.D. in Media Ecology (Communication Theory and Media Studies) and a Finance MBA, both from New York University. I discuss my media ecological musings and speculations on my blog, A Model Media Ecologist.
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