Joe Flood

Joe Flood is the editor at large of ai5000, and the author of The Fires, a story about computer modeling, urban planning and New York City's 1970s fire epidemic and fiscal crisis. The Fires has won the Bronx Recognizes It's Own (BRIO) Award and been named an Amazon.com Book of the Month .  More

Joe Flood is the editor at large of ai5000, and the author of The Fires, a story about computer modeling, urban planning and New York City's 1970s fire epidemic and fiscal crisis. The Fires has won the Bronx Recognizes It's Own (BRIO) Award and been named an Amazon.com Book of the Month .

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