About

Ben Herman is a 38 year old currently living in Queens with his girlfriend, their two cats, and a turtle. Ben went to college at Pace University, graduating in 1998 with a major in Communications & Literature and a minor in History.  Since then, he has worked at a variety of jobs.  He reads way too many comic books in his spare time.  His greatest unfulfilled ambition is to become a published author.  He has written rough drafts of two science fiction novels, and one of these days he really ought to go back to them and do some serious revising.  In the meantime, he keeps himself busy writing blogs here on WordPress.  Feel free to drop him an e-mail at ben_herman “at” hotmail.com.  He promises he will respond to all correspondence in the first person.

15 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey there, I saw you “liked” our Call for Papers for our forthcoming fan anthology “Doctor Who Ambassadors of Geekdom,” hope we can fulfill your published author cred by your sending us an essay 🙂 Cheers. Anthony (Editor Myth Ink Books)

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  2. Hi, This is Josh from Rhymes With Geek. I’ve been reading independent blogs looking for talented writers. Really enjoyed reading this page and think you have some great content! Send me an email if you are interested in contributing to our website. Hope you have a great holiday weekend.

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  3. Hey… thanks for following my blog earlier. I’ve been browsing yours a bit, and there’s a lot of good stuff here! We also seem to share some common interests, like Doctor Who, so I’m looking forward to digging in a bit more when I get some time to read your reviews.

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