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I have been thinking about time – the length of it. And I have been thinking about metadata: metafictions, metaphysics, metaphors… I wonder, “How does the structure, the metadata of what we believe, and what we experience interact to form a pattern that is sometimes tragic, or sometimes inspiring, or something entirely different?" With that notion, I decided that it was about time that I wrote another story. So, I threw some fictitious stuff into a mix of letters to the future, to read what would happen. Within this grand experiment, you will find an illustrated futuristic fiction, about a man named Lázaro, who lives in a metropolis. He is on his way to a masquerade.
Charles Matthew Sauer is an inventor, software engineer, and the author of several books. First published in the early 1990's in various magazines, such as Sneak Previews, and Eldritch Tales, he edited for Neo Magazaine in Utah, and for the G.W. Review while studying literature at The George Washington University. Sauer graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from Weber State University (Ogden, Utah), and afterward he moved to Colorado, where he developed software transforms for IBM – Printing Systems Division. Over the last three years he has authored a book of poems, a non-fiction, and two novels. In addition he has written essays and reviews at Google's Knol, and published poetry with Kritya, and the Lyons Recorder.