About the Author

Anton J. F. writes to achieve symbolic immortality, despite being aware of his insignificance and the uselessness of the effort.

He is neither Athenian nor Greek, though neither can he say he is a citizen of the world. But he is out there.

He is a writer more of ideas than of words, an unmistakable sign that he is not good at drawing.

He has done psychoanalysis for several years, so he no longer feels the need to bore others with his feelings.

He likes to write adventure books that are not limited to the traditional conflicts between good and evil. He prefers adventures of discovery, and journeys into the unknown.

He would like to get to know his readers.

He finds it ridiculous to talk about himself in the third person.