It came from Arlen Feldman

Arlen Feldman’s story “Graveyard” was published in Metaphorosis on Friday, 30 November 2018. Graveyards always make me wistful. You see an old, pitted grave and you get a name and a date, possibly a quote, and that’s about it. Unless it’s of someone famous, you’ll almost never know anything else about the person—how did they die? How did they live? There may be a few clues in the graveyard—how expensive the stone, where it is …

Graveyard – Arlen Feldman

The crew had already started calling it the graveyard. If it was a graveyard, it would be hard to choose a bleaker site for it, on a planet pretty much made up of bleak sites. I walked as close as I dared to the edge of the cliff, and looked down over a thousand meters of sharp gray crags spreading out all around under a dark, thunderous sky. I felt the wind tugging at me, …

A question for Arlen Feldman

Q: Do you write things other than speculative fiction?

A: My background is software, and so my major published works are tome-length books on various topics such as database and user interface programming. Unfortunately, these works are somewhat ephemeral, since the underlying technologies becomes less relevant as time marches on.

I only returned to writing fiction after getting out of day-to-day involvement with my company, and most of what I’ve written and published since then has been speculative fiction, but I have written a few mainstream stories, and a few stories that I really can’t quite categorize.


Arlen Feldman’s story “Graveyard” was
published on Friday, 30 November 2018.

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About Arlen Feldman

Arlen Feldman is a software engineer, and co-founder of Cherwell Software, one of the leading service desk products in the world. Now semi-retired, he is also a technical adviser, a slightly published writer of fiction, computer book author, maker, costumer, and a semi-professional dilettante.

cowthulu.com, @ArlenFeldman


Arlen Feldman’s story “Graveyard” was
published on Friday, 30 November 2018.

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