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Simon is very happy to be part of The Muse family. He writes sci-fi, dabbles in literary fiction and non-fiction from time to time, and is hard at work on several novels. His editorial on light rail was published in The Virginian-Pilot, one of his short stories garnered an honorable mention in Issues in Science and Technology's first sci-fi contest, and he recently won second-place in the non-fiction category at the HRW Writers Conference.
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