By William Kincaid
David Wilson's office at Wright State University-Lake Campus is quite similar to that of any college professor's.
Hundreds of books line the shelves, a few prints adorn the walls and a cup of warm coffee lingers somewhere near his desk.
But the contents of his mind are as uncanny and distinct as the inhabitants that roam within this professor/author's fiction: artificial bug-eyed monsters, a hermaphrodite, a child who gives birth to two parents and a groundhog who doesn't know he's a man. [More