Jamie Alan Belanger

Genre:Science Fiction (mostly high-tech/Cyberpunk/Biopunk); Fantasy

Influences:Henry Rollins, Philip K Dick, Margaret Weiss, Tracy Hickman

Hobbies:Photography, video games, beer, writing Linux shell scripts, acquiring useless knowledge, fighting Windows 10 annoyances, dreaming up creative things for Dappil to do

Day Job:Software Engineer at Tyler Technologies

Education:BS Computer Science (minor in Mathematics), University of South Florida

Other Skills:Recalling useless knowledge, baking a damn good banana bread

Fascinations:Recursive algorithms, artificial intelligence, mathematics, philosophy... nothing useful

Favorite Books:1984 by George Orwell
Neuromancer by William Gibson
The Man Who Used The Universe by Alan Dean Foster

Jamie Alan Belanger started programming computers when he was about six years old. He earned a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics; disciplines he employs at his day-job, where he works on payroll software used by governments and schools across the nation. He devotes most of his spare time to Lost Luggage Studios, where he is a programmer, writer, editor, publisher, graphic artist, photographer, and more. In short, Jamie is a workaholic who is rarely more than two days away from having a meaningful conversation with his toaster. His hobbies include WW2 and computer history, artificial intelligence theory, cooking, beer, nature, photography, and designing worlds he'd rather live in.

Books Published

Scribings, Vol 6: RegatheringsScribings, Vols 1 and 2
combined paperback editionThe Scribings OmnibusEssential GPS: A Scribings Special EditionScribings, Vol 5: InversionsScribings, Vol 4: MiscreationsTerran Shift Anthology, Vol 2: The Bio-Tech EraScribings, Vol 3: MetamorphosisTerran Shift Anthology, Vol 1Scribings, Vol 2: Lost CivilizationsFireteam ZuluScribings, Vol 1Pariah

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