D. Harlan Wilson
D. Harlan Wilson (born September 3, 1971) is an American novelist, short story writer, critic, editor, playwright and English professor whose body of work bridges the aesthetics of literary theory with various genres of speculative fiction. He is the author of over twenty books, and hundreds of his stories, essays and flash fiction have appeared in magazines, journals and anthologies in multiple languages.
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- "I've let you teach too many science fiction classes," I said.
Dr. Identity's pupils mutated into large asterisks. "It's possible. More likely, however, I'm just a product of the future. and the future's been extinct for a long time."
- Dr. Identity: or Farewell to Plaquedemia (2007)