“When ships to sail the void between the stars have been invented, there will also be men who come forward to sail those ships.” – Johannes Kepler
I’m a geek.
I hold a B.A. in History and an M.A. in Military History, both from Norwich University in Vermont, where I work as an administrator.
I wear a bunch of hats. I’m a columnist for Kirkus Reviews, where I write a bi-weekly feature on the history of Speculative Fiction and I’m an Editorial Assistant for Lightspeed Magazine where I write a quarterly book review column. I’m also a 2014 graduate of the Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop.
I’m the editor of Military Science Fiction anthology, War Stories: Modern Military Science Fiction. I’m also writing a book on the history of science fiction tentatively titled The Future Machine: The History of the Writers, Editors and Readers who Built Science Fiction from Jurassic London (coming 2015).
A complete list of what I’ve written can be found on the Writing tab.
I’m represented (nonfiction) by Kelli Christiansen at bibliobibuli Professional Editorial Services.
You can also follow me on twitter or e-mail me: liptakaa[at]gmail[dot]com. Please note that I’m don’t accept reviews for this site.