'Kelly McCullough is a science fiction and fantasy author who has published poetry, short stories, and novels. He is a life member of the Science Fiction Writers of America. His chief areas of expertise include using science fiction as a tool to teach science, science fiction as a predictive tool for technology, writing and selling fantasy and science fiction, teaching writing, writing combat, general topics in contemporary science, F&SF writers groups, theater, fantasy and science fiction worldbuilding, plot, Shakespeare's Richard III, and the Lord of the Rings. His public speaking experience includes television and radio interviews about his writing and the Writers of the Future contest, teaching at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, guest lectures at the University of Wisconsin Stout on science fiction as a technology predictor, guest lectures at the Loft on science in science fiction, forthcoming talks on science fiction and science education at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and the University of Maine, school appearances arranged through the MISFITS Authors in the Schools program, various public readings, and numerous panel appearances at science fiction conventions throughout the Midwest. His most recent publications include: WebMage, a contemporary fantasy cyberpunk hybrid with a July 2006 release date from Ace. isbn 0441014259. Chronicles of a Wandering Star, an illustrated serial novel released by It's About Time, an educational publisher, as part of a National Science Foundation funded middle school physical science curriculum. isbn 1585914053. More information on the curriculum, InterActions in Physical Science, can be found at http://www.its-about-time.com/htmls/iaps/iaps.html. A variety of short stories and poems, currently available and forthcoming in such venues as Weird Tales, Absolute Magnitude, Cosmic SF, Tales of the Unanticipated, The DNA Helix, Tales From the Black Dog, and Writers of the Future Vol XVII.
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