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Ronald D. Ferguson

The Unicorn Dilemma, fiction, Issue 18, March 1, 2012

Everyplace is Halfway to Somewhere, fiction, Issue 32, September 1, 2015

Let us Go Then, You and I, fiction, Issue 36, September 1, 2016

Henki, fiction, Issue 41, December 2017

Piano Sonata for Three Hands, fiction, Issue 44, September 2018

The Last Storyteller in Effable, fiction, Issue 47, June 2019

Sweet Sidestep, poem, Issue 52, September 2020

The Sháńdíín Message, fiction, Issue 55, June 2021

Ronald D Ferguson writes primarily science fiction and fantasy. He lives with his wife and a rescue dog named Cash near the shadow of the Alamo. Find him at

Get to know Ronald...

When did you start writing? High School and College. Published 4 college textbooks while teaching college. Started writing fiction again in 2008.

When and what and where did you first get published? A Poem when I was in college. A college textbook published by McMillan in 1975. First fiction published was "His Brother was an Only Child" by Daily Science Fiction in 2011.

Why do you write? That's a very good question. I wish I knew the answer.

Why do you write Science Fiction and/or Fantasy? Because they are my favorite thing to read.

Who is your favorite author? Your favorite story? Robert Heinlein, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.

What are you trying to say with your fiction? I hope this story will entertain you.

Do you Blog? On rare occasions:

If you could write your own epitaph, what would it say? He ate what was put before him.

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