"One opinion regarding the polywave is that each individual direction is a cross section of a larger accumulative effect. The only way one could measure this polywave is by comparing unconnected entities. I try to let my shorter pieces be suggestions of emptiness between unconnected things and events. I want the reader to guess at the blanks themselves. Questions are often more important than answers."
Intrigued? Check out his fiction in Issue 2, up today! Fascinating. And gotta love that picture.