The Accidental Time Machine

Matt Fuller, a graduate school dropout, is working as a poor research assistant at MIT when he accidently constructs a time machine. With a dead-end job and a girlfriend who dumped him for another man, Matt believes he has nothing to lose by taking his own time machine voyage.


Joe Haldeman

Joe William Haldeman (born June 9, 1943) is a science fiction novelist from the United States. His novel The Forever War is his most well-known work (1974). That novel and others such as The Hemingway Hoax (1991) and Forever Peace (1997) have won science fiction accolades such as the Hugo Award and the Nebula Award. For his professional achievements, he received the SFWA Grand Master award. He was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 2012. Many of Haldeman's works, notably his breakthrough novel War Year and his second novel, The Forever War, were inspired by his Vietnam War experiences. He struggled to adjust to civilian life after returning home after being wounded in combat. He taught writing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1983 to 2014.