A former US Air Force Officer, Matthew A. Bille currently is employed by the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton and spends his free time as a science writer. Mr. Bille earned a BA and MS in Public Administration before moving on to earn his MS in Space Systems Management at Webster University. He regularly publishes professional papers and articles on space policy and technology, including one book on the satellite race between the US and the USSR in the late 1950s entitled The First Space Race: Launching the First Earth Satellite, published in the fall of 2004.
Mr. Bille quickly became interested in the field of cryptozoology and quickly put his writing skills to good use when in 1994 he became the editor of the quarterly newsletter, Exotic Zoology, which covered new, rediscovered and unconfirmed animal species around the world, he remained the newsletters editor unto 1999. He has published two books on the topic of cryptozoology, Rumors of Existence, published in 1995 and Shadows of Existence, published in 2005. Both books covered what at the time were recently discovered or rediscovered creatures around the world.
Matthew Bille has also published articles for the paranormal magazine FATE, one in July of 1990 which covered a variety of so called monsters, one in November 2000 on the animal discoveries made over the last decade in Southeast Asia and an article entitled The Strangest War, which documented mysteries which occurred during World War II. He currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado United States of America, were he lives with his wife and two daughters.
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Date of Birth: 1959
Birthplace: Unable to locate at this time
Current Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920 – United Stats of America
• Rumors of Existence (1995)
• Shadows of Existence (2005)
• BS, Public Administration, University of Southern California
• MS, Public Administration, Webster University
• MS, Space Systems Management, Webster University
• National Association of Science Writers
• Science Writers Association of the Rocky Mountains
• American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (senior member)
• Exotic Zoology Newsletter (1994 – 1999)