WAYNE SPITZER is an author, filmmaker, and teacher of writing from the Pacific Northwest. His genre work includes an SF/horror novel, Flashback (Books in Motion/Classic Ventures, 1993), the movies Shadows in the Garden (IndieFlix, 2007) and Monstersdotcom (Brimstone LLC, 2003),
and numerous low-budget television programs and ad spots. His non-genre work has appeared in Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History, subTerrain, Micro-film: The Magazine of Personal Cinema in Action, and Generation X National Journal. In 2008 he completed a lengthy scriptment based upon Algernon Blackwood's The Willows. A graduate of Gonzaga University, Wayne is currently an MFA candidate at Eastern Washington University, where he is completing a fictionalized memoir titled X-Ray Rider, about growing up in the 1970s. Wayne teaches creative writing at Airway Heights Corrections Center and Corbin Art Center in Spokane, WA.