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   Writers: William Alan Rieser (United States)  
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William Alan Rieser originated in New York City and retains the determination of such natives. His earliest accomplishments were in music, which culminated in a 20 year career performing, composing and conducting. Thereafter his journey led him through successes in oil and watercolor painting, teaching, electronics, computers, chess, sports officiating and finally to a rewarding lifelong held ambition come true, writing.

Mr. Rieser's primary focus lies in science fiction and fantasy with some touches of horror thrown in. His goal as a writer is to be remembered as a good storyteller at a time when the world needs one more than ever before. Layered within the intriguing, exciting tales are reflected his own philosophy, satire of the world we live in and ideas for perhaps a better way to handle life.

In addition to the 8 published novels, this author writes prolifically in the area of humorous essays for writers, short stories and poetry. Rieser is the manager and teacher at a website for emerging authors, The Writers Association. He is retired from business and spends his time aside from writing and instructing with his wife/editor Sandra and their two demanding Siamese cats.

Biography provided by the author, December 2002.

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  2000.  Gam   (Amazon - Alibris)
2001.  Find, The   (Amazon - Alibris)
2001.  Kesht   (Amazon - Alibris)
2001.  Pathandu   (Amazon - Alibris)
2001.  Pmat   (Amazon - Alibris)

2002.  Furnace   (Amazon - Alibris)
2002.  Luna Parabella   (Amazon - Alibris)
2002.  Panacea   (Amazon - Alibris)
2003.  Nadir   (Amazon - Alibris)
Buy Panacea
  • 2nd Chronicle of Zusalem, The
  • Kaska Trilogy
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  • Official website
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache) 
  • SFF World, Interview, Oct 2001
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)

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