New Zenith - A quartely short fiction magazine

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New Zenith Magazine is a quarterly short fiction magazine. Within its pages, you will find short stories of all genres, flash fiction and mesmerizing poetry. For writers, we feature inspiring author interviews, articles on the topic of writing and thought-provoking writing prompts. We also have hilarious cartoons, photography and illustrations. This page-turning magazine will delight your senses, and incite your curiosity. There is truly something for everyone inside the pages of this eclectic journal.
New Zenith Magazine Fall 2016

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Interview – Joe Hutsko

Joe Hutsko is a longtime technology thinker and writer. In the early 80s, he picked strawberries to buy his first Apple ][. He was hired by Apple in 1984 as an MIS Analyst…and quickly wound up working as Technology Advisor to (then) Chairman and CEO John Sculley. He left Apple in 1988 to work off and on at Steve Jobs’ company, NeXT, then left to become a writer and consultant.

He has worked for or consulted to a number of companies between 1988 and now, including Apple’s software spinout Claris, A.C. Nielsen, GameSpot.com and others.

He has authored and co-authored several books, including iPhone For Dummies All-in-One, Macs For Dummies All-in-One, Green Gadgets For Dummies. A couple of his video game books include Donkey Kong Country Unauthorized, and Star Wars Rebel Assault: The Insider’s Guide. On the fictional side, Joe has written “The Deal: A Novel of Silicon Valley.”

Joe has written for numerous publications and outlets, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Wired, Time, Newsweek, Popular Science, TV Guide, Macworld, PC World, CNET, MSNBC, Salon, Engadget, Techcrunch and others.