Cathedra – M.C. Tuggle

We glided out of the base’s garage onto smooth tarmac, but once we hit the icy terrain, things got bumpy. The rover shimmied up a rise pocked with shallow fissures and slowed to a crawl as we neared the crest. I gazed up. Saturn and its massive rings dominated the sky, glowing in the dim bronze light of early morning on Enceladus. We stopped. Rafferty tapped my shoulder from the rear seat. I was so…

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A question for M. C. Tuggle

Q: What kind of non-fiction do you like to read and how does it affect the fiction you write?

A: I enjoy history, especially ancient and American colonial history. Articles on astronomy, evolution, and electronics always grab my attention, and often inspire story ideas.


M. C. Tuggle’s story “Cathedra” was
published on Friday, 13 April 2018.

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About M. C. Tuggle

M. C. Tuggle is a writer living and working in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition to fantasy, science fiction, and crime novels, his reading includes history, especially military history. An avid weightlifter, tennis player, and student of martial arts, he has been married to Julie Tuggle since 1982 and is the proud father of a daughter, Jessica. He blogs at mctuggle.com.


M. C. Tuggle’s story “Cathedra” was
published on Friday, 13 April 2018.

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