Dallas, TX – Boon Publishing, LLC has hired Lou Antonelli as managing editor for Creative Spot Magazine.
A Massachusetts native, Antonelli has worked as a journalist all his life. He is an internationally recognized science fiction and fantasy author with short stories published in the U.S., U.K., Canada, India, Portugal and Australia. His story “Great White Ship” was a 2013 finalist for the Sidewise Award for alternate history. His collections include “Fantastic Texas” published in 2009; “Texas & Other Planets” published in 2010; and “The Clock Struck None” and “Letters from Gardner”, both published in 2014. Antonelli also works as the managing editor of The Clarksville (Tx.) Times in Red River County.
“I’m proud to join the Creative Spot team because it offers another venue for people to learn about the remarkable talent and creativity to be found in Texas,” he said. “I’ve met many interesting and imaginative people over the years, both as a journalist and a science fiction author, and I want to tell their stories.”
Antonelli is married to Dallas native, Patricia (Randolph) Antonelli. They have three adopted furbaby children, Millie, Sugar and Peltro Antonelli.
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