A professional writer since 1989, Glen’s stories focus on the intersections of things: religion and science, art and commerce, fables and reality.
Glen grew up in Texas and since then has lived and worked in California, Malaysia, Ohio, Saudi Arabia, and Washington (both state and District of Columbia). Glen’s stories have appeared in Nature:Futures, SFS Stories, Riddled with Arrows; Today, Tomorrow, Always; Alternate Presidents; Empyreome Weekly Flash Fiction; and New Pathways. His novel, Darwin’s Daughter, and his collection of non-fiction, First Impressions: Dancing about Literature since 1986, are available on Amazon. Glen currently lives in Golden, Colorado with his wife and cat and is a full-time freelance writer specializing in international development and renewable energy.
Chicon 2022, COSine 2022, MileHiCon 53, Bertram Texas Book Club, CoNZealand (78th World SF Convention), COSine 2020, Lakewood Book Club, Denver Book Club, PhilCon 2004, Night Voices 1993
SFWA, NCWW, Codex
My latest published story is “Higher Learning” in the Feb/Mar 2023 issue of Utopia Science Fiction. Its subject seems particularly apt for today, although I wrote the first draft of this tale all the way back in 1992.