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Author's Bio

R. R. Stark, when a mere seven-year old, believed he was abducted by aliens. At sixteen, his prankster older brother finally confessed he did the evil deed all along while wearing a creepy alien mask. But Stark stubbornly refused to disbelieve in aliens and UFOs regardless. Hence, he embarked on a deliberate quest to unmask the real aliens and their flying saucers, to uncover the usual UFO cover-ups, as well as delve into eerie paranormal activity, crackpot conspiracy theories, weird esoteric phenomena, and other forms of high strangeness. Such research in these areas eventually morphed into something he haphazardly filed under "Strange Reports from Zones Unknown," and because he didn't know what else to do with all this crapola, he soon posted them on one of his blogs. Likewise, he began moonlighting as a UFO and Paranormal Researcher, which he imagined would give him the needed credibility in his insane pursuits.

R. R. Stark has been writing science fiction and fantasy, gnarly poetry, deranged articles, and other strange subjects for about four decades. His writings can also be found at the web site for Ezine Articles, where he is listed as a Platinum member, and he also stashes some of his writing at Bamblebrush. The creation of "The Outer Edge of Reality" is just his latest attempt to attract attention like some desperate lunatic stranded on a desert island starting a huge bonfire.

He has published online newsletters, such as The Wild 'n' Woolly Dakota Territory News, The Artichoke Gazette, and Aquarian News and Cosmic Consciousness Report. Plus he has written various books over the years, such as Barbarian Wars, Barbarian Wars II, The Corsairs of Orion, and two anthologies, Tales of the Eternal Light, and Stark's Raging Mad Tales. He is painstakingly working on a third anthology, Wild and Woolly Adventures. And let's not forget his forth, Harrowing Tales of Horror.

Other than that, he sits on his porch late at night, drinking beer and watching for UFOs. He hasn't seen one yet.