Is the author of Wet Goddess: Recollections of a Dolphin Lover, and Growing Up in the Orgone Box. His professional background is in journalism and investigative reporting, and he has written for the magazine Future Life, as well as magazines and newspapers in southwest Florida and New Mexico. He lives in Florida and is currently working on a third book, The Mel-Khyor Chronicle, to be published in 2016.
Set at the height of Vietnam protests, Jimi Hendrix and LSD, Wet Goddess is a story of strange encounters, awkward misadventures, and ultimately, love.
Nowhere to hide from a sadist!
Susie Louise McGonagle, the heroine of Malcolm J. Brenner’s new novel The Mel-Khyor Chronicle, is an ordinary woman leading a humdrum existence until something extraordinary happens: a spaceship crashes in her back yard (or does it?) and she falls in love with the surviving humanoid alien, who coincidentally happens to be named after a character from … Continue reading The Mel-Khyor Chronicle