It came from Charles Schoenfeld

Charles Schoenfeld’s story “The Preserved City” was published in Metaphorosis on Friday, 13 November 2020. I used to work for the American branch of a company that had its global headquarters in Bergamo, Italy. Once, my job sent me to Bergamo for a week. I spent the daytime in an office, but in the evenings and on the weekend, I was free to explore the town. With the exception of Simona’s apartment, I visited each …

A question for Charles Schoenfeld

Q: What’s your writing schedule?

A: I’m about as far removed from a morning person as it’s possible to be. My body would prefer to keep vampire hours, if my day job didn’t require otherwise. So I do most of my writing late into the night, and on weekends.


Charles Schoenfeld’s story “The Preserved City
in Metaphorosis Friday, 13 November 2020.
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About Charles Schoenfeld

Charles Schoenfeld is a graduate of the Clarion science fiction & fantasy writers’ workshop, and a past finalist in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Contest. He has worked with more than a dozen community theatres in New England, as a leading actor, playwright, director, and fight choreographer. Charles lives in Connecticut with his daughter, Leila, and devotes much of his energy to the pursuit of chocolate cake.


Charles Schoenfeld’s story “The Preserved City
in Metaphorosis Friday, 13 November 2020.
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