Charles Matthew Sauer is the author of Deus ex Machina: Logos, One Hunter and One Cougar, Facts and Fictions, and Ciphers, Fragments, and Other Random Stuff. He studied literature at The George Washington University ( Washington, D.C.), and graduated with a BS in Computer Science from Weber State University ( Ogden, Utah).

Early in his career, he appeared in magazines such as ELDRITCH TALES and SNEAK PREVIEWS. While establishing a company named Wordsmith Chapbooks, he authored a collection of letters, short stories, and poetry named Mondo Jazz and Z-Axis, which contains poems such as "Rosalind Sanchez", and "Azure Elephants". Later, he worked for IBM - Printing Systems Division as a software engineer.



In an interview about his book, Deus ex Machina: Logos , Charles Matthew Sauer said, "There is a ghost in my fiction."

The Book Attic Interviews Author Charles Matthew Sauer

Recent Work and Play

After completing the book Facts and Fictions, and pondering many musings about Fibonacci, Sauer began to explore some forgotten snippets of code, specifically overloading operators in C++. If he is not to be found writing code (like this

class filtersyntax
    filtersyntax(wchar_t * typestr, wchar_t * input, wchar_t * output);
    virtual ~filtersyntax(){};
    operator wchar_t*(void){ return out; };
    wchar_t * in;
    wchar_t * out;
    wchar_t * typemap; 

well…), then you might find him somewhere within or just outside of Lyons.

Also See

Fan Page on Facebook
Charles Matthew Sauer's Wikipedia User Page
A Gallery of Sauer's Photos at WikiMedia Commons

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