Rated G. Contains politics and reference to moral issues. (Your kids may not get it, but it shouldn’t offend.)
By Michael A. Burstein
Isabel turned the handheld on and read to herself briefly. “According to this, your bill would push the date of release of the individual Census forms from seventy-two to seventy- five years.”
“It makes sense, Isabel.”
He pointed to her handheld. “You say you have my argument in there.”
“I do. And I find it specious.”
About the Author
Michael A. Burstein was born in New York City, and grew up in Forest Hills in the borough of Queens. He attended Hunter College High School in Manhattan and went on to Harvard College where he was a member of the Harvard-Radcliffe Science Fiction Association. He graduated Harvard in 1991 with a degree in Physics; in 1993 he earned a Master’s in Physics from Boston University. In 1994 Burstein attended the Clarion Workshop. In 1995 he studied comic book writing under Dennis O’Neil at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.