Born in 1977, the year of Star Wars no less, Anthony Butler grew up in the small town of
Salisbury, Maryland, always dreaming of the day when a network of millions of computers would allow people all over creation to access his stories and share his enjoyment of Star Trek, and his zest for making fun of it. Imagine his surprise when all of that happened in the early-to-mid nineties. At any rate, he got his degree in English in 1999 from Salisbury University, and earned his Masters in Publications Design from University of Baltimore in 2002. After a short stint returning to his hometown of Salisbury, he is back in Baltimore as an admissions counselor for that same University of Baltimore. Despite mounting proof that it's impossible, Mr. Butler still hopes to one day have children, so he can have someone take over his Star Traks spinoff when he dies. Needless to say, this is going to be a hell of a task to accomplish, but apparently scientists are making advances in cloning every day.