Thaddeus Howze is an author, essayist and storyteller for mysterious beings who exist in non-Euclidean realms beyond our understanding. Since they insist on constant entertainment and can’t subscribe to cable, Thaddeus writes a variety of forms of speculative fiction to appease them. He is the co-founder and editor of the science fiction and fantasy publication, Futura Magazine. Thaddeus is also a founding member of the Afrosurreal Writers Workshop in Oakland, California. He writes for the Good Men Project and Krypton Radio as a staff writer and editor. Thaddeus’ speculative fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies: The Future is Short (2015), Awesome Allshorts: Last Days and Lost Ways (Australia, 2014), The Future is Short (2014), Visions of Leaving Earth (2014), Mothership: Tales of Afrofuturism and Beyond (2014), Genesis Science Fiction (2013), Scraps (UK, 2012), and Possibilities (2012). He has written two books: a collection called Hayward’s Reach (2011) and an e-book novella called Broken Glass (2013) featuring Clifford Engram, Paranormal Investigator. His writing has won the Top Writer Award on Quora.com for three years, 2016, 2017, and 2018. He’s working on a number of new books: “Writing Craft: Mastering the Urge to Write”, a nonfiction source book on writing, resources and enhancing creativity. He is also working on “Visiting Hours,” a collection of death-themed short stories and “The World According to Superheroes,” a collection of non-fiction essays about comics, superheroes and the superheroic genre of narrative storytelling. Thaddeus lives in Hayward, California. You can read more about his writing at http://thowze.carrd.co.