Bio: Theodore Sturgeon was born Edward Hamilton Waldo on February 26, 1918, in Staten Island, New York. The author of many acclaimed science fiction stories and novels, Sturgeon won several awards, including the International Fantasy Award for his novel More Than Human and both the Hugo and Nebula awards for his short story "Slow Sculpture." Sturgeon died on May 8, 1985, and was posthumously awarded the Life Achievement Award at the World Fantasy Awards.
Meet Wolf Reger--traitor. Compared to him Benedict Arnold was a national hero and Judas Iscariot a paragon of virtue. At least that's the way it showed in the Major's notes?. But traitors aren't born that way. Something has to happen to them long before they turn against society. That's why, when you dig deep enough, you may find that the word traitor can be one hell of a misnomer!
Eddie Gretchen meets Maria Undergaard. They fall madly in love with each other and get married. But like any decent fairy tale, there is a wicked witch, yet who would have thought that the princess herself and witch would be one and the same? Eddie is frustrated. How can he successfully parade his beautiful wife if she turns out to be an ugly monster at parties. Could there still be a happy ending for them both?