The Wizard of Macatawa and Other Stories by Tom Doyle

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THE WIZARD OF MACATAWA AND OTHER STORIES is the third single-author collection published by Paper Golem and continues their mission of focusing attention on brilliant new writers, in this case award-winning author, Tom Doyle. Edited by Lawrence M. Schoen, this collection contains a mix of fantasy and science fiction short stories, twelve in all, including "While Ireland Holds These Graves" which earned Doyle a win with Writers of the Future. Richard Paul Russo, author of SHIP OF FOOLS, has said "Tom Doyle promises to be a unique voice and a trailblazer in Science Fiction as it moves into the future." Tom Doyle's short fiction has been described various as "intelligent & beautiful," "dizzying," and "intelligent and creepy stuff." This collection, his first, will hit you with a feral, magnetic intensity.

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Dr. Doyle received a B.A. in Psychology from the Santa Clara University in 1969, and a Ph.D. from Arizona State University in 1974. After teaching part-time at Grossmont College and MiraCosta College, he became a founding member of the full-time faculty of Cuyamaca College in 1978. He continued to teach part-time at San Diego State University for over 25 years. His courses include Introductory Psychology, Human Sexuality (both lower and upper division courses), Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Individual Adjustment, Learning, and Perception.
Published December 10, 2012 by Paper Golem LLC. 222 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Short fiction author Doyle offer s a variety pack of speculative fiction in his first collection, including riveting near-future explorations (“Consensus Building,” “While Ireland Holds These Graves”), space opera that sometimes crosses into the bizarre or grotesque (“Crossing Borders,â...

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