Does our imagination disappear with age?
Do the trolls still live under the bridge
Do the fairies still fly in the wind
Do the leprechauns still guard their pots of gold
Do the seven dwarves still mine for jewels
Do the gnomes still look for treasures
Do the Hobgoblins want the world to turn dark
Imagination is forever, as long as we hold it dear,
Barry Hunter wrote reviews for Cliff Biggers Future Retrospective and after encouragement by Dick Geis of Science Fiction Review, Mike Glyer of File 770 and others began publishing his own fanzine Baryon in 1975. He was also a staff reviewer for Pulphouse Magazine published by Dean Wesley Smith and Kris Rausch.
Frequent attendee and guest at DragonCon, Fantasm, LibertyCon, ChattaCon, DeepSouthCon and others. Has been frequent radio guest on stations around the United States to promote ebooks, epublishing, fanzines and the Writers of the Future contest.
Barry has had fiction and poetry published in Millennium F&SF, Twilight Times, Trusting Illusions and essays on America Online and Preditors and Editors.
Baryon Online, the web extension of Baryon, has been on the web since 1995 and has seen continued growth each year.
Published by permission of the author.