Luther Siler is an independent author and freelance editor, and is the owner of both Prostetnic Editing Services and Prostetnic Publications. He was born in 1976 in northern Indiana, where he currently resides along with his wife, four-year-old son and an assortment of pets. He worked as a teacher for fifteen years before resigning to pursue other opportunities, including freelance editing.
Interested in Luther’s work? Available now are his novel SKYLIGHTS, a near-future tale of Martian exploration, and two volumes of his fantasy/science fiction hybrid series THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES. The first volume, called THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES, VOL. 1, is a collection of related short stories. The second volume is a novel entitled THE SANCTUM OF THE SPHERE. His most recent work is a nonfiction memoir about teaching, SEARCHING FOR MALUMBA: WHY TEACHING IS TERRIBLE… AND WHY WE DO IT ANYWAY. All are available as ebooks or in print.