What’s a Dale E. Lehman?
Good question. Hmm, let’s see . . .
He’s a native of northwest Ohio (Sylvania, to be precise) who has also lived in the Chicago suburbs, Sacramento, and for a couple of decades now the Baltimore suburbs.
He’s spent most of his adult life developing software for financial, government, health care, and general business users.
He’s a writer who has published technical articles on software development, essays in Sky & Telescope magazine, short stories and essays on Medium.com, and his Howard County Mystery novels The Fibonacci Murders, True Death, and Ice on the Bay. He has several works in progress at any given time.
He’s a husband, father, grandfather, and herder of cats.
He is an amateur astronomer and bonsai-artist-in-training.
He is a member of the Baha’i Faith and one-time owner and principal writer for the website Planet Baha’i. Recently that site has been retired, but some of his Baha’i essays can be found on Medium.com.
If you would like to contact Dale, please use his contact form.