Books Signed by Edmund R. Schubert
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Edmund R. Schubert loves stories. Always has; always will. When he was in the second grade, his teacher would bribe him with trips to the library to get him to do his math and science. Little has changed since then.
Hired as Editor of Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show in June, 2006, Edmund's fiction has been published over thirty times in the past four years, with stories appearing in magazines and anthologies in the U.S., Canada, and England. Notable recent publications include "Legwork" in the 20th anniversary issue of Hardboiled mystery magazine (Summer '05), "Trill and the Beanstalk" in the premiere issue of Orson Scott Card'sIntergalactic Medicine Show (Oct. '05), and as Featured Writer in Futures Mystery Anthology (May '06) with "Good With Directions".
Edmund's story, "Unfathomed," won first prize in Lynx Eye's 8th Annual Captivating Beginnings Contest, and "Reality Check On Register Two" was included in StorySouth’s list of Notable Stories of 2004. In 2005 "I Have To Go Now" was selected by the editors of The Writers Post Journal for inclusion in their "Best of 2005" issue (published Feb. '06).
He also writes a popular monthly non-fiction column for the web-site The Horror Library, and occasional columns for his local newspaper in Greensboro, NC.
Despite all this, Edmund still maintains that his greatest achievement was when the underground newspaper he published in college made him the subject of a professor's lecture -- in abnormal psychology.
Oscar Wilde said, "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." To which Edmund adds, "All it takes is looking at things from a slightly different angle."
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