Michael Reginald Pitter is a writer, photographer and researcher based in Brooklyn. Much of his writing–fiction and nonfiction–weaves together science fiction, history, philosophy, and the absurd. In his photography, he aims to elevate the mundane details of daily life into the scope of sociocultural and anthropological significance. He also works as a research assistant in an academic laboratory where he conducts experiments studying certain aspects of neural toxicology and pharmacology. He is interested in therapeutic drug discovery and development. He plans to go to graduate school.
View more of M. Pitter’s photography and prose in past issues of In Parentheses.
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