Bio:Robert Luhn

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Robert Luhn has been an editor and freelance writer for over 30 years. As a science fiction writer, his credits include: "I Sing the Writer Electric!" (an SF story that appeared in Computer Legends, Lies, & Lore); "The Secret Wife of Halter Mitty" (Aberrations); and "Cosmos: A Life" (Another Realm).

Luhn's work has appeared in many technology, science, business, feature, and humor outlets.

Luhn is the former Editor in Chief of Computer Currents magazine; former Executive Editor of CNET and O'Reilly Media; and a former senior editor for PC World magazine.

--Robert Luhn