Steve McEllistrem has been a writer and editor for more than 20 years. He is the author of, among other works, Students with Disabilitiesand Special Education Law, Deskbook Encyclopedia of Employment Law and Higher Education Law in America. He has been a volunteer at KFAI since 2006.
His debut science fiction novel, The Devereaux Dilemma, the first book in the Susquehanna Virus series, was selected as a finalist for the 2014 International Book Award in Science Fiction. More information can be found at his website www.mcellistrem.com
His second novel in the series, The Devereaux Disaster, received a 5-Star review from Readers' Favorite, was a Bookviews Pick of the Month for April 2014 and was also named a finalist for a 2015 International Book Award in Science Fiction.
The gripping third entry in the Susquehanna Virus series, The Devereaux Decision, was selected as a finalist for the 2016 Minnesota Book Award, the 2016 Midwest Book Award and the 2016 International Book Award in Science Fiction.
The Devereaux Deity, the highly-anticipated fourth book in the Susquehanna Virus series, has also been selected as a finalist for a Midwest Book Award.
In addition, he is one of the editors of – and a contributor to – Boundaries Without: The Calumet Editions 2017 Anthology of Speculative Fiction.