Jetse de Vries is a technical specialist for a propulsion company, and used to travel the world for this. Of late he's trying to settle into a desk job, in order to have more time for editing and writing SF.
He writes SF since 1999, and had his first story published in November 2003. His stories have appeared in about two dozen publications on both sides of the Atlantic, and include Amityville House of Pancakes, vol. 1, JPPN 2, Nemonymous 4, Northwest Passages:A Cascadian Anthology, DeathGrip: Exit Laughing, HUB Magazine #2, and Clarkesworld Magazine (May 2007), SF Waxes Philisophical anthology, Postscripts Magazine #14 and Flurb #6.
They're upcoming in the A Mosque Among the Stars anthology, and hopefully in some other future publications.
He's been part of the Interzone editorial team from March 2004 until September 2008, and is now working on SHINE, an anthology of optimistic, near future SF for Solaris Boooks and other future editorial projects.