William Freedman is a New York based writer of science fiction, dark fantasy, and horror who injects humor, to greater or lesser degree, into his works. His novelette Forever and Ever, Amen appeared in the 2006 Spirit House chapbook and his short story “Intentions” is scheduled to be published this year in Ash-Tree Press’s Holy Horrors anthology. He is a founding member of the LISciFi critique group and a perennial Literature-track panelist at the I-Con convention on Long Island. He holds degrees in journalism and international business, and his nonfiction work has appeared in Investor’s Business Daily, Euromoney Books, Global Finance magazine, Treasury & Risk Management magazine, and many other business and financial news outlets both in print and online. Land That I Love is his first novel.