Metaphors have …

Metaphors have a way of holding the most truth in the least space.

Orson Scott Card (- Wikipaedia)
Card at Life, the Universe, & Everything at Brigham Young University in 2008.
Born August 24, 1951 (age 61)Richland, Washington
Residence Greensboro, North Carolina
Alma mater Brigham Young University, University of Utah, University of Notre Dame
Occupation Author, critic, professor, public speaker, critic, essayist, columnist, playwright, poet, political activist, apologist
Notable work(s) Ender’s Game series,The Tales of Alvin Maker
Style Science fiction, fantasy, thriller, horror, historical fiction, LDS fiction
Influenced by Heinlein, Austin, Mitchell, Asimov, Richter, Bradbury[1]
Board member of National Organization for Marriage
Religion Latter-day Saint (Mormon)[2]

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  1. Career

    See also: List of works by Orson Scott Card
    Card began his writing career primarily as a poet, studying with Clinton F. Larson at Brigham Young University. During his studies as a theater major, he began “doctoring” scripts, adapting fiction for readers theater production, and finally writing his own one-act and full-length plays, several of which were produced by faculty directors at BYU. He also explored fiction writing, beginning with stories that eventually evolved into The Worthing Saga.
    – Wikipaedia

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