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Writing, writing, and politics. And video games.
New and rather confused author.
As a child, Janet read everything she could get her hands on, including a huge amount of science fiction and fantasy. She spent years writing unbearably complicated technical documents before deciding to write something that was fun for a change. This somehow led to her becoming an SF author. She's still rather bewildered about it. |
Janet's debut SF novel, EARTH GIRL, was published in the UK and Commonwealth in August 2012 by Harper... Read More →
Author of SEOUL SURVIVORS, Jo Fletcher Books
Naomi Foyle swims in the sea from April-September, agitates for a just peace in the Middle East, and writes in multiple genres. Her debut novel, cyberthriller SEOUL SURVIVORS, was published by Jo Fletcher Books in February 2013, to be followed by ASTRA in 2014. Naomi is also the author of several poetry collections, including THE NIGHT PAVILION (Waterloo Press), an Autumn 2008 Poetry Book Society Recommendation. She has collaborated with... Read More →
Philip K Dick Award-winning author of the Samuil Petrovitch series from Orbit continues with the release of The Curve of the Earth.
Proprietor, The Alternate Reality News Service
WHAT AM I PASSIONATE ABOUT? LET ME - URGLE BLURGLE - TELL YOU! I'M PASSIONATE ABOU - ARRR GRRR BLARGH! |
Umm, maybe I should dial back the passion a bit. Yeah. Dialing it back is probably good idea. |
When I was eight years old, I decided to devote my life to writing humour, in all of its forms in as many media as I could find. I did it intermittently through my adolescence (humour writers don't have childhoods), and have been doing... Read More →
Author of the novels Ack-Ack Macaque, The Recollection and Silversands, all of which were favourably reviewed in The Guardian, and the short story collection The Last Reef, which Morpheus Tales described as “One of the finest collections of SF short stories I have had the privilege of reading”. His next book, Hive Monkey, is due from Solaris Books in January 2014.
The Waters of Destiny, by Ian in collaboration with Andy West, released just recently as 3 ebooks (the first one free) from www.watersofdestiny.com, tells how an Arab doctor of genius could realistically in the 12th century have discovered the true cause of the Black Death and stored this with horrifying consequences in the present day.