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Steve Alex Demas is a media producer with more than twenty-five years of experience in television production, corporate communications, and medical education. He endeavors to offer readers an assortment of genres – each laced with copious amounts of irony and farce. Sex, Drugs, and Starships is his first science fiction work. As Steve puts it, “Space Opera is ideal for someone who refuses to fly. There is ample opportunity to see the universe (but without the Traveler’s Diarrhea), and you can board every spaceflight without a government-mandated rectal exam.” Steve’s other works include TUT: A NEW MUSICAL, for which he penned the lyrics, melodies, and book, The Price of Magic, a fantasy/horror anthology, and Glib: Fun with Selective Sociopathy. He lives in the Northeast with his wife, a mortgage, and two cats.
What inspired you to write your book?
At the subatomic level, particles may become joined. Once separated, they remain in contact through a mysterious process called "entanglement." I always found this very erotic, since we bring with us the memories of all those with whom we've shared a bed!