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About Shaun Farrell

Shaun Farrell joined Far Sector SFFH in April of 2005. In addition to taking over the Singularities Review page from A.L. Sirois, Shaun has developed a column entitled Shaun's Quadrant. This column features original interviews with best-selling authors, as well as Shaun's Classic Review series, where he examines the great works of speculative fiction's past, hoping to help preserve them for future generations. He has a B. A. in Literature, but his love for great stories started at a young age when he wore out several tapes of Return of the Jedi. In addition to his love for reading and literature, Shaun studies acting and has appeared on stage in several productions over the past two years. He and his wife live in Southern California. You can see some of Shaun's more recent work at Adventures in Scifi Publishing (updated June 2021).

In addition to his monthly Singularities review, Shaun Farrell serves as critic and opiner at large for Far Sector SFFH. His far-ranging inquiries already early on netted interviews with major authors like Ray Bradbury and Michael A. Stackpole.

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For historical information, visit the Clocktower Books Museum Site. Far Sector SFFH (formerly Deep Outside SFFH) was an imprint of Clocktower Books, our umbrella small press publishing house in San Diego, California USA. Our original motto: "Clocktower Books means Exciting Fiction For Avid Readers—On The Web Since 1996." This was digital publishing at its best in that day, including digital and print editions of many titles. Visit John T. Cullen's Webplex for info about Clocktower Books today, plus his continuing books and projects.