Graham Keeler was born in the UK in Hertfordshire and grew up in neighboring Essex. He studied Physics at Queen Mary College, London, and graduated in 1965 with First Class Honors, continuing to a PhD in 1969. He now lives in Bolton, Lancashire.
As well as being an avid science fiction reader, he has always been fascinated by anything to do with astrophysics and space travel, and applied to be a British candidate for the first American Spacelab mission.
He has written, co-authored and edited seven books on various aspects of microcomputers and the development of physics software simulations. Stowaway to the Stars is his first science fiction novel. Switching to part-time teaching a few years ago gave him the opportunity to develop an idea for a science fiction novel.
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