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Bryan Sentes is a scholar and poet based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. With Susan Palmer, he published a well-received study of “Flying Saucer Religions”, the most recent version of which is included in The Cambridge Companion to New Religious Movements (eds. Hammer and Rothstein, 2012). As of 2018, he has published three trade editions of poetry. Grand Gnostic Central (1998) and Ladonian Magnitudes (2006) which contain explicitly ufological poems; these are related to a chapbook published by Pneuma Press in 1994 On the Phantom Air Ship Mystery, a poetic retelling of the Phantom Airship flap of the late Nineteenth Century, itself part of a larger, epic-length work, tentatively titled Orthoteny. – www.skunkworksblog.com