By day, Stace Johnson is a mild-mannered IT guy for a Colorado 9-1-1 facility, but at night, he transforms into a mild-mannered writer, poet, and musician with an affinity for the Oxford comma.
Stace has written more than thirty non-fiction articles for computer magazines such as ComputorEdge and Rocky Mountain TechLine, and his fiction has appeared in Edward Bryant’s Sphere of Influence. He received an Honorable Mention in the 2009 Writers of the Future Contest, and his short story “Sphere of Falling” was chosen to be presented orally at Stories for All Seasons, a Denver literary series, in 2003.
His poetry has appeared in numerous places, including Tales of the Talisman, the Apex Book Company website, and cream city review‘s inaugural I/O issue. He is a long-standing member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association.
He loves puns. You have been warned.
For a full publication list, see the publications page of his consulting website.