Steven Saus

I inject people with radioactivity for my day job, but only to serve the forces of good. I am an author, sociologist, educator, coder, and nuclear medicine technologist.

About Me

I have experience in qualitative and quantitative social research, education, creating written materials (both fiction and non-fiction), medical imaging (both X-ray and Nuclear Medicine), the military, web design, and some programming experience. I am also a frequent presenter and panelist at both literary and academic conventions, and have professionally formatted ebooks in both ePub and Kindle formats as well as print layout.

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Over twenty years experience in medical imaging in civilian and military environments.

Over twenty publication fiction and non-fiction writing credits and awards.

Experience in multiple computer languages in medical, military, and publishing contexts.

Facilitated formal and informal instruction in one-on-one, small group, and classroom settings.

Conducted social and behavioral research in multiple settings using qualitative and quantitative methods.

As Alliteration Ink, has published over a dozen books and online magazines since 2011.

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It’s time for another Flash Challenge! Writers, come write with us!

It’s time for another Flash Challenge! Writers, come write with us!

You want to write? I’ve got a way for you to write. WRITE WITH US WITH OUR FLASH CHALLENGE!  Poetry, flash fiction, memoir, anything that…
We got the message, thanks.

We got the message, thanks.

As if we needed another way. As if we needed any further demonstrations. The GOP is the party of The Handmaid’s Tale.  The GOP hates…
Same ashhole, different day: FOSS may have a (not so cute) Puppy problem

Same ashhole, different day: FOSS may have a (not so cute) Puppy problem

Remember when I talked about the changes in Linux (and the resulting rudeness I experienced)?  Let’s skip back to that first part about Linux changing.…
It’s time for the weekly flash challenge (and take a look at this prompt!)

It’s time for the weekly flash challenge (and take a look at this prompt!)

I haven’t mentioned it in a few weeks, well, simply because I was afraid I was sounding repetitive, and this summer’s been crazy.  But it’s…
Describe your relationship, don’t prescribe it.

Describe your relationship, don’t prescribe it.

I made a reference in my last post about hierarchical relationships where I promised to explain what I meant by “descriptive, not prescriptive”. As the…
Rules aren’t always bad in relationships – if you follow these two rules.

Rules aren’t always bad in relationships – if you follow these two rules.

I promised to talk about “rules” a bit, and it’s important to note that I’m not aggressively anti-rule.  Not anymore, at least, and I think…

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