William Kaufmann lives in rural Wisconsin and works full time as an artist-potter. In collaboration with his wife, Cynthia, they are multiple award-winning ceramic artists.
His passion for writing started in 10th grade reading Huxley and Asimov, then Margaret Atwood and Ursula Le Guin. These authors opened the strange and fascinating worlds of science fiction.
in 2017,William's first novel, The Change, won the SDSU Merit Award. In 2018 his short story, The Bruised Peach, received the Hummingbird Editor's Choice Award from Pulp Literature.
Bodhi has seen humanoid droids more awake than herself slapped down and murdered. Diminutive in stature, a machine, innocent and cunning, she dedicates herself to an audacious experiment that will birth the first non-violent human being. The year is 2131.
For millions of worker-droids who face extermination, there is no time to wait for an experiment that may take generations. A revolution is coming and Bodhi knows it.
But experiments and revolutions, can go wrong—terribly wrong!
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KILLING BODHI -- first pages