Martin Berman-Gorvine (http://martinbermangorvine.com/) is the author of six science fiction/fantasy novels: the Sidewise Award-winning novel The Severed Wing (Livingston Press, 2002); 36 (Livingston Press, 2012); Seven Against Mars (Wildside Press, 2013); Save the Dragons! (Wildside Press, 2013), which was a finalist for the Prometheus Award; Ziona: A Novel of Alternate History (an expansion of the short story “Palestina,” published in Interzone magazine, May/June 2006) (Amazon/CreateSpace, 2014); and Heroes of Earth (Wildside Press, 2015). His short story “Of Cats’ Whiskers and Klutzes” appears in the 2015 anthology Brave New Girls.
All Souls Day (Silver Leaf Books, February 2016), the first novel in the four-book Days of Ascension series, is Martin's first horror novel.
Martin is a professional journalist, currently serving as a reporter for the Bloomberg BNA newsletter Human Resources Report. He lives in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. with his wife, a teenage son, two orange tabby cats, two shy "skittens," and a sort of Muppet dog.
About the Author
Martin Berman-Gorvine is the author of seven works of speculative fiction.
Photo: Jacqueline Berman-Gorvine