. . . someone or should I wait to be approached? Perhaps I could even invent some personage, write it myself and present it as having been written by this fictional personage. This is a device sometimes employed in works of fiction. But this is not a work of fiction. It is a scholarly study of orthobionomy, from a perspective of poetics. The writer, you will soon learn, is fiction. The audience is a fiction. You, the Reader, are a fiction. The writing is non-fiction. We await a proper Forward . . . .