Lones Seiber

Lones Seiber

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Lones Seiber is an American writer and a retired engineer living in Morristown Tennessee. He received a B.S. in Engineering Physics from the University of Tennessee and worked for the Pratt Whitney Aircraft Research Development Center in West Palm Beach as an experimental engineer on the RL 10 rocker program and later on the signature elimination project for jet engines. His short stories were published in The Pinch, Lynx Eye, The Wordstock Ten and other magazines. His nonfiction has appeared in American Heritage. He won the 2005 GSU Review Fiction Contest, the 2008 Leslie Garret Award for fiction, and 2011 Warrem Adler Prize for Fiction, and the Indiana Review Fiction Contest for the story “Icarus.” He had completed a novel based on this story.

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