Hi, I’m J.B. Ezar, and I write science fiction.

Speculative elements allow us to ponder life’s big questions, like How does the universe work? and What does it mean to be human? and Can we trust our perception of reality? in an exciting and imaginative way. I’d like to think the stories I write are clever pieces, subtle and layered and deep, tales that get better on the second read, but, admittedly, they are not everyone’s cup of tea. You’ll like them if you enjoy implications, ambiguity, and open endings.

As an IT specialist with an MA in clinical psychology, I put both my technical knowledge and interest in the human mind to work in my writing. You can find me in WYRM, an in-depth critique group for speculative fiction, and among the judges of an indie writing competition, Wyrm’s Gauntlet.