His story Distance, Speed, Time can be found in the Stardust, Always anthology.
What genre do you read?
Anything with some humor in it, but mainly speculative fiction. I love comics and graphic novels, too.
What genres do you write?
Fantasy of all kinds. I recently got an idea for a pair of goofy alien novels, however.
Where else can readers find your work?
All my work is on Amazon currently. I have an Author Central page here: http://www.amazon.com/author/drperry
What drove you to write for this anthology?
I have lost too many people to cancer. I used to be a Home Health Aide, so I've seen it up close.
How long have you participated in Nanowrimo and the community?
Since 2013. I used to be a lurker there, so glad I stepped out from those shadows!
Your story- is it part of a larger series or freestanding?
I wrote a poem. It will eventually be in something called a Poeticalendar. I'll need 366 poetry and flash-fiction pieces before that comes out, though.
If you could ever meet a fictional character, who would it be?
I would love to go to Jitters and meet Cisco Ramon. He seems like a hoot!
A doggie named Harry. He's a mutt, but we think he's part bichon frise.
Coffee, tea, or other?
All of the above, please!
Morning or night person?
I'm a circadian chameleon. I come and go, I come and go, woah oh.
Plotter or Pantser?
Pants! A decent pair of pants! Thank you!
One fun fact?
Weird Al Yankovich was my rock and roll hero. Other people my age went nuts over Eddie Van Halen. I wanted to have big hair, write parodies, and play the accordion.