Douglas E. Richards

Douglas E. Richards


Douglas E. Richards is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of science-fiction thrillers that have sold over two million copies. His books have been translated into eight languages and published by major publishers in numerous foreign countries, and have garnered over 30,000 five-star reviews on Amazon. A former biotech executive and Director of biotechnology licensing at Bristol Myers Squibb, Richards earned a BS in microbiology from the Ohio State University, a master's degree in genetic engineering from the University of Wisconsin--where he engineered mutant viruses now named after him--and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

In recognition of his work, Richards was selected to be a "special guest" at San Diego Comic-Con International, along with such icons as Stan Lee and Ray Bradbury. His essays have been featured in National Geographic, the BBC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Earth & Sky, Today's Parent, and many others. The author has two grown children and lives in San Diego, California, with his wife and dog.



Past Shows:

  • Navajo Wisdom / UFO Technology & Sci-Fi

    Dr. Erica M. Elliott discussed her years living with the Navajo Nation and her profound experiences there. Followed by author Douglas E. Richards on his research into UFOs, and how sci-fi has predicted various technologies.More »
  • Psychopaths & Personality

    Author Douglas E. Richards has a master's degree in genetic engineering and was Director of Biotechnology Licensing at Bristol-Myers Squibb. He discussed the latest scientific findings about the nature of psychopaths, as well as studies about happiness, and personality. In...More »

Last Night

Fake Meat & Food Shortages / Irish Ghosts & Oliver Cromwell
Fake Meat & Food Shortages / Irish Ghosts & Oliver Cromwell
Author and radio host Michael Olson expressed concerns over food shortages, and the selling of "fake" food. Followed by Irish author Tom Reilly on haunted castles and the controversial history of Oliver Cromwell.
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