Born in Miami, Florida, now residing in Atlanta, Georgia, Ritch first discovered novels by reading Have Space Suit — Will Travel by Robert A. Heinlein in elementary school. It has warped his life forever.
In addition to short stories (and someday novels), he has written and produced several plays and is currently the president of the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company, trying revive a moribund art form. A list of his various writings, from short fiction to reviews, can be found on his Wikipedia user profile.
- “Captain Fission vs. Queen Fusion,” with Brad Linaweaver, in Power (1991), edited by S.M. Stirling.
- “Slave Curs for the Bitch Empress” in Fred Olen Ray’s Weird Menace (1994), edited by Fred Olen and Brad Linaweaver.
- “The Littlest Stormbringer,” with Brad Linaweaver, in Michael Moorcock’s Elric: Tales of the White Wolf (1994), edited by Edward E. Kramer.
- “If Pigs Had Wings” in Free Space (1997), edited by Brad Linaweaver and Edward E. Kramer.
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