14772284Scott Stambach lives in San Diego where he teaches physics and astronomy at Grossmont and Mesa colleges. He also collaborates with Science for Monks, a group of educators and monastics working to establish science programs in Tibetan Monasteries throughout India. He has written about his experiences working with monks of Sera Jey monastery and has published short fiction in several literary journals including Ecclectica, Stirring, and Convergence.

29 07, 2016

Review: THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF IVAN ISAENKO by Scott Stambach

By | Friday, July 29, 2016|8 Comments

This story was really emotional for me. The author begins as if he found this journal and allows Ivan's own words to tell the story. I began reading and actually fell for the author's introduction.It doesn't matter if this is a true story or not. It is deliberately moving, extremely witty, and a [...]

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