William F. Crandell returned home from the Vietnam War with a taste for adventure, a skeptic’s eye, and a hundred thousand stories. Completing a doctorate in history at Ohio State University, he was awarded a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in 2004 for his mystery novel, Let’s Say Jack Kennedy Killed the Girl. Bill has published numerous short stories, book reviews, and political analyses. He was awarded the PRIZM’s Mark Twain Award for Hu-mor/Social Commentary 2012 and resides in Milton with his wife, Judith. Bill’s work has appeared in the DPP anthologies SOLSTICE, EQUINOX, and AURORA, available at Amazon and other booksellers.