Bear Kosik

Bear Kosik was born in Pittston, PA, but raised in the Baltimore-Washington area. He has lived in the Albany, NY, area since 1995. He spent over 30 years working in higher education as a professor of political science and a student success specialist. He has lived overseas in China, Hong Kong, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia.

His short plays, Déjà vu on the Obituary Page, Ghost Gig, and Hiding Bodies, marked his production debut as a playwright; they were presented in the summer of 2016 at two off-off-Broadway theaters. His most recent publication, a nonfiction book entitled Restoring the Republic: A New Social Contract for We the People, was published on March 30, 2016. His first novel, The Secret History of Another Rome, was released on April 2, 2015. Bear has ghosted three memoirs for clients. Bear also writes and has had published short fiction, essays, and poetry.

Titles Available from Bear Kosik

Will we ever learn? Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein warned of the hazards of using technology to play God. Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park dramatized the dangers of playing with genetic fire. But this time will be different. Dr. Adam Nilo has engineered an omniscient artificial consciousness to help him get it right. What could go wrong?
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