THOMAS J. HUBSCHMAN a freelance writer and editor based in New York City.

 He has published several novels, most recently Look at Me Now, Father Walther's Temptation, My Bess, Song of the MockingbirThe Jew's Wife & Other Storiesd and 
Billy Boy, a collection of short stories The Jew's Wife & Other Stories, and three science fiction novels, as well as numerous short stories, articles and reviews.

Two of his short stories, "Logging On" and "The World," have been broadcast 
My Besson the BBC World Service.

In addition, he has edited two anthologies of new writing from the so-called Third World:
The Best of Gowanus: New Writing from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean and  The Best of Gowanus II: More New Writing from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean.
The Best of Gowanus

"The Checkout," short story, Eclectica
"The Move," short story, Eclectica
"Pigeons," short story, The Feathered Flounder
"The Hit Doctor," short story, Eclectica
"The Emperor's Old Clothes," review
"Going to Glory," short story, Blue Moon Review
"Dixie as the Third World," review
"Funeral Games," novel excerpt,  Blue Moon Review
"The Color of Evil," essay, Eclectica
"Ban Huckelberry Finn (Again)!" review
                        "Dirty Linen: Eleven Years after the O.J. Simpson Verdict," essay, Eclectica