The Author on campus at California State University Monterey Bay
Photograph by Marina Perepelyuk
Shawneetown at night?
Chicago Skyline at Night from the field Museum, Sean Howard Sep. 2008 submitted by Betacommandbot. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic license..
Chronoversal Export is the name of the publishing company that publishes the works of Ned Huston
Chronoverse (noun) everything, including all possible or hypothetical
universes, parallel or other dimensions, all times past, present, future
or otherwise, all places real or fictional
EXPORTING TREASURES FROM ONE END OF THE CHRONOVERSE TO THE OTHER SINCE THE BEGINNING OF TIME
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NED HUSTON'S CHRONOVERSE
I was born in Wichita, Kansas, but really you could say I was born in pop culture America. I’ve been interested in science fiction all my life and studied under James Gunn at the University of Kansas. I published a science fiction short story “Pliny’s Commentaries” in the hardback anthology UNIVERSE 17 in the late eighties while I was a teaching assistant there.
After getting my PhD. I spent a year as an adjunct assistant professor at Iowa State University, where I met the love of my life Bonnie Irwin. We married and moved to Illinois, where I continued writing novels no one wanted to publish.
I perfected a process of writing novels quickly but gave up writing on 9/11 and didn’t write again for thirteen years. I taught at Eastern Illinois University until July 2014 when I moved to California to teach at California State University, Monterey Bay and started writing novels everyone wants to read.
The first volume of The Nevertime Chronology Quantum Time Theory was published in February 2017. Now in addition to writing the nine sequels to that novel, I publish a monthly explanation of my theory of time called “What Can You Learn about Time from an Actual Time Traveler?” as well as short stories and “The Adventures of Professor Simon Worthy, Chronologist” on my web site nedhuston.com. I am currently working on a second web site titled ridethetimemachine.com.
I hope to publish much more in the coming years.