Barry Yedvobnick is an Emeritus Professor of Biology at Emory University in Atlanta where he performed molecular genetic research and taught for 34years (see link below).
He is relatively new to fiction writing and enjoys taking real science a step or two beyond its known boundaries in his writing.
His stories have appeared in Tales to Terrify, Brilliant Flash Fiction, Flash Fiction Magazine, Kzine, Night to Dawn Magazine, Aphelion, and AntipodeanSF.
He also writes a Trends in Health column for his local newspaper, The Dahlonega Nugget. In addition to writing, he enjoys photo-microscopy and sci fi, thriller and horror movies.
He lives with his wife in the North Georgia mountains.
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When Yoana Hernandez decided to become a psychiatrist she never imagined one day her patients would be artificial intelligence.
- Length: 7 pages
- Age Rating: PG
- Genre: Sci-Fi
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