Stephen L. Antczak has had over 40 short stories, many articles, and two novels published (see below). Aside from pursuing his writing career, he is currently a PhD candidate in psychology. His most recent publications have been in the academic journals Qualitative Psychology, the Journal of Constructivist Psychology, and the Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. He has also had nonfiction published in Discover magazine and the PBS-affiliated web site NextAvenue.com.
His most recent publications are the short horror story “The Final Four (Suicide Rock)” in the small press magazine Not One of Us and the fantasy story “Light without Darkness, Day without Night” in the Australian anthology Hindsight 2020. Much of his short fiction is now available on Medium.com, including never before published stories “Cybercuts for Life” (a gripping tale about a man who gets a haircut…in the future) and “Love and Death in the Time of Thunder” featuring an alternate Earth in which dinosaurs never went extinct, and developed a technologically advanced civilization. He believes that being born in Salem, MA, on July 20th , and graduating high school in 1984, all contributed to his devotion to writing genre stories.