Samatar’s debut novel “A Stranger in Olondria” appeared in 2013. She began publishing short fiction in 2012, and so far her stories have appeared in Strange Horizons, Clarkesworld, and Apex, among others. She also publishes poetry and book reviews.
There’s an app for that, too, and you have tech hobbyist James Stuckey Weber of Goshen to thank. Stuckey’s day job has him handling social media duties for a non-profit agency. But the Goshen College graduate tinkers with apps in his off hours and has engineered six of them in all, available for use on iPhones.
Allan Kauffman grew up in Goshen, graduated from Goshen High School and later Goshen College. He got married, raised a family here and worked many years in the office supply business, all while serving multiple terms on Goshen’s City Council. Sixteen years ago he was appointed mayor and has since won re-election four times. … To him, Goshen is a special place that he has dedicated his life to making stronger and better.