Back of the Stacks by Margaret Fieland

Photo Credit - Margaret Fieland

Photo Credit – Margaret Fieland

Born and raised in New York City, Margaret Fieland has lived in the Boston area since 1978. She is an avid science fiction fan and selected Robert A. Heinlein’s “Farmer in the Sky” for her tenth birthday, now long past. In spite of earning her living as a computer software engineer, she turned to one of her sons to put up the first version of her website, a clear indication of the computer generation gap.

Thanks to her father’s relentless hounding, she can still recite the rules for pronoun agreement in both English and French. She can also write backwards and wiggle her ears. Her poems have appeared in journals such as Melusine, Front Range Review, and All Rights Reserved. She is the author of three science fiction novels and two books of poetry. You may visit her website, http://www.margaretfieland.com/, and check out her author page on Amazon.

Author Margaret Fieland.

Author Margaret Fieland.

Eerie night road photo, all the eerier because Margaret was driving when she took it.

Eerie night road photo, all the eerier because Margaret was driving when she took it.

One of the many, many Sky at Sunset photos. No Sky at Sunrise because she's sleeping then.

One of the many, many Sky at Sunset photos. No Sky at Sunrise because she’s sleeping then.

Photo of trees, colored using GIMP to resemble the landscape of her sci-fi novels.

Photo of trees, colored using GIMP to resemble the landscape of her sci-fi novels.

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8 thoughts on “Back of the Stacks by Margaret Fieland

    • We know a couple places where readers could find some excellent online reading, Kathleen. 😉 – Kathleen is the Co-Editor at the online magazine Every Day Poets. They publish 365 poems annually. (eds.)

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