Airships, the Civil War, a spy for both sides, except one of the sides is neither the Confederacy nor the Union. It's a science fiction fantasy firmly anchored in reality. A reality that exists in an alternate time-line with only the Codex of the Flowering Butterfly to show the way. But is it the right way? M. A. Mogus has done it again. –
author, columnist, and lecturer.
My formal education is in physics and biophysics subjects I taught at a university until retiring. But I’ve always been interested in archaeology, history, and forensics. I did work in archaeology and also served as a museum director for a short time. History and physics appear in my writings and include ‘what if’ ideas. My interactive murder mystery plays have been performed by nonprofit organizations as fund raisers. I write both fiction and nonfiction and also design and create jewelry and fiber arts. I keep plants and I have a small garden.
Mary Ann Mogus