Stefan G. Meyer earned a Masters degree in Near Eastern studies from the University of Michigan, a Ph.D. in comparative literature from Rutgers University, and published a scholarly book on modern Arabic literature entitled The Experimental Arabic Novel (SUNY Press, 2001). He is also the author of The Karma Seeker, The Finest Story in the World (under the pseudonym Kip Morgan), The Fantasist, and A Life of Rebellion, a memoir dictated to him by his grandfather, Hans Apel. In addition, he has authored two books on the subject of cardology, Card Chemistry: The Secret Science of Relationships and Mysteries of Cardology. He has also edited several books including The Biography Famous, by Alfred G. Meyer, Big ‘n’ Nothin’, by James Edward Allen, It’s Late, I Can’t Breathe and I Call the Wolves, by Mario Wirz, On the Phone, by Evelyn Grill, The End of Judaism, by Hajo G. Meyer, The Crossing, by Lela Ashkarian, and The Years of the Klan Doctors, by Joseph Webster.
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Review of The Experimental Arabic Novel by Deborah Starr