Monthly Archives: June 2012

Alan Turing 1912-1954

Today, 23rd June 2012, is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing, the British mathematician now widely regarded as the father of modern computing and artificial intelligence. He stumbled upon this breakthrough by virtue of his key role … Continue reading

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Polluto Issue No.9

Issue 9 of the counter-cultural anti-pop journal “Polluto” is out now and corrupting the masses, corroding the middle-classes, frosting granny’s glasses, and probably some other dodgy rhyme I can’t think of, involving asses. I’m enjoying this little rap in the … Continue reading

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Three new reviews…

Reading reviews of your work is never less than fascinating (although occasionally distressing!) and Charles Packer’s reviews over at the Sci Fi Online website are always more fascinating than most. He’s just given my third novel “Apoidea” a generous 8-out-of-10 … Continue reading

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Postcard No.4 + Fur-Lined Ghettos…

This month’s “Postcard From The Future” has just gone up, over at the Elsewhen Press website… one of the best yet in my modest estimation(!). No.4 of ten 1000-word “Milli-fictions” I will be posting, culminating in December. Don’t miss an … Continue reading

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