Today is the 150th anniversary of HG Wells’ birth, and to celebrate I’m running heaps of Wells related stuff and goodness for your reading pleasure. First up I’m writing as the man himself as part of a special, one off edition of my science fiction column for The Engineer magazine. My brief from editor, Stu, was to write…
Category: Engineer Column
Delighted to announce that from 2016 I’ll be contributing a science fiction column to The Engineer magazine, which has been reporting on engineering innovation since 1856. The column is part of a new look for the mag, and will see me speculate on how the last month’s engineering news might plant the seed of a cracking scifi story. I…
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