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Gender MALE
Introduction In science fiction circles, Bruce Bethke is best known either for his 1980 short story, “Cyberpunk,” his 1995 Philip K. Dick Award-winning novel, HEADCRASH, or lately, as the editor and publisher of Stupefying Stories magazine. What very few people in the SF world have known about him until recently is that he actually began his career in the music industry, as a member of the design team that developed the MIDI interface and the Finale music notation engine (among other things), but now works in supercomputer software R&D, doing work that is absolutely fascinating to do but almost impossible to explain to anyone not already fluent in Old High Unix and well-grounded in massively parallel processor architectures, Fourier transformations, and computational fluid dynamics.
 
In his copious spare time he runs Rampant Loon Press, just for the sheer love of genre fiction and the short story form.
 
If you’re looking for Bruce’s blog, you’ll find it at stupefyingstories.blogspot.com.