Upgrading human brains to operate like machines or computers is a common theme in many popular science-fiction movies and TV shows. While Virtual Reality (VR) headsets like Oculus Rift and Vive are viewed as the newest toys by teens and adults, they can also be used by medical educators in surgical training, concussion diagnosis and[ Read More ]
Alex is a graduate of the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts MFA program. He has been published in eFiction Magazine, Inkwell at Evergreen, Slightly West Literary Magazine, and appeared in Smokebox Literary Magazine July 2014. His story "The Lost Doll" Will be appearing in the Best New Writing 2016 anthology. His piece "The Story of Grandma Snow," can be found in The Cost of Paper, volume three. He currently lives in the Pacific Northwest.