Writing SF since early 1970s, first published in 2005. BA in Astrophysics from University of Virginia, 1982. Masters certificate in project management from George Washington University. Certified scuba divemaster, PADI and NAUI. Lived in rural Zimbabwe teaching science, dabbling in archaeology, pipe-puffing, and longhand writing. I now work at a very large high-tech company. Wife, four kids. More details on the bio page at http://www.davidbartell.us/
“Alphabet Angels” (with E. Sedia). Short story. Analog Science Fiction and Fact (March 2005), listed on Locus Recommended Reading for 2005. Winner, AnLab award for favorite short story 2005.
“Smiling Vermin” (with E. Sedia). Short story. Analog Science Fiction and Fact (May 2005), Russian translation published in ELSI Magazine (Dec 2005).
“Kamikaze Bugs” (with E. Sedia). Short story. Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Jan/Feb 2006).
“Little Kink”. Short story. Mind Scraps (forthcoming anthology).
“Places of Color”. Short story. Jigsaw Nation (anthology pub 2006).
“Pieces of Pi”. Short story. Gods and Monsters (anthology pub 2006).
“The Zetar Hypothesis”. Article. Reflection's Edge (July 2005).
"Misquoting the Moon". Short Story. Analog Science Fiction and Fact (March 2007).