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Earliest readings included Poe and Bierce. Radio provided "Inner Sanctum" and "Suspense," obvious generators of some of this.

Some traditional autobiography, some heavily fantasized, some are accounts from friends that I found compelling enough to write out.

Since I knew I was gay (without knowing the word itself) since I was 5 years old, some stories other than these may contain "hidden" references to gayness.

Other pieces may contain inadvertent humor, but these were intended to be funny.

Many half-baked; some character sketches, some plot-lines, some merely ideas.

High-school readings included Bradbury (for a fantasy element) and Heinlein (for harder science). Verne and Clarke followed somewhat later.

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