A native of Corpus Christi, Texas, Oscar De Los Santos meandered his way to New England and stayed there. Currently, he is a professor of English and director of graduate studies in English at Western Connecticut State University. Oscar’s lifelong love affairs with quirky stories, science fiction and horror are reflected in his fiction and non-fiction. His other specialties include Modern and Postmodern American Literature and conspiracy theory. Oscar is also the author of Hardboiled Egg, a short story collection. Sailing the Seas of Chronos and Black Auras are the first two books in his Infinite Wonderlands science fiction series. A third book in the series – Kaleidoscope Future – is forthcoming. As co-author, he has contributed to Questions of Science, Answers to Life and 11:11 – Stories About the Event. Oscar earned his M.A. and Ph.D. from Ohio State University. He is a member of the Science Fiction Research Association and the International Association of the Fantastic in the Arts, and participates in the organizations’ annual conferences. Oscar has published articles on science fiction, horror, postmodernism, conspiracy theory, and film. He has also participated in science seminars and forums on cloning and urban sprawl. If he isn’t teaching or watching a baseball game, he’s writing or playing Frisbee with Bonita, his Jack Russell terrier.De Los Santos, Oscar is the author of 'Spirits of Texas and New England', published 2004 under ISBN 9780975338872 and ISBN 0975338870.