ANDREW BANNISTER is the acclaimed author of ‘Creation Machine’ and ‘Iron Gods’, two high octane, entertaining and inventive Space Operas that fans of Iain M Banks, Alistair Reynolds and Peter F. Hamilton will enjoy – and his work also echoes with the influences of UK dark space opera pioneers M. John Harrison and Barrington Bayley.
STEPHEN E. ANDREWS (aka Steve Andrews) is the author of ‘100 Must Read Science Fiction Novels’ and curator/moderator of HARDWIRED.
HARDWIRED will – over the next year – help put your reading of SF into an historical context, deepening your enjoyment and understanding of the genre’s development in a fun, informal but serious way. It’s an ideal way to meet other SF fans, find and inroad into the genre and encounter the rising stars of British SF.
Please feel free to read Campbell’s ‘Who Goes There?’ and/or Van Vogt’s ‘Voyage of the Space Beagle’ before attending the event, or simply come along to learn about Golden Age SF from two experts.
As ever, I am beyond chuffed to be doing a panel on Sunday lunchtime at Novacon 47 – and I’ll be sharing it with none other than Adrian Tchaikovsky, Juliette McKenna and Christina Lake, with Andy Sawyer in the chair. How good is that?
I’ll be signing copies of STONE CLOCK from 6pm in Forbidden Planet. Come along, say hello, have a chat, get a book… looking forward to seeing you!