Mark Bourne was a film critic and science fiction writer whose work was published in Fantasy and Science Fiction magazine, Asimov's, and a number of anthologies. Mark was a renowned expert on classic sci-fi films and silent comedy. If he could have been anyone, it would have been Buster Keaton. Mark Bourne's criticism can be found on IMDB.

Mark Bourne has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

One Flesh

FICTION by Mark Bourne and Elizabeth Bourne in Issue 84 – September 2013

And your very flesh shall be a great poem. —Walt Whitman Jupiter’s immense horizon appears flat as a flitter, stretching beyond the reach of vision. Cloud banks the size of continents drift in what might be sky. Organic molecules paint them in autumn colors: oranges and browns and peach and gold. Behind the clouds, the […]
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