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Professional Geek & Horror Nerd: An Interview with S.D. Perry

Pitter patter dark heart … we interview horror nerd & professional geek S.D. Perry!

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Alan Dean Foster

“Well, in my imagination, I have of course traveled into space. Seen quite a bit. Big, beautiful, dangerous. In reality…I’d go tomorrow. I’ve always wanted to see what’s over the next hill, or on the next planet …” – Alan Dean Foster

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Gareth L Powell

Gareth L Powell is an award winning science fiction writer. He has written five science fiction novels, perhaps most notably his alternate history Ack-Ack Macaque series, the first of which won the British Science Fiction Association’s award for best novel. Check out One Giant Read’s Interview with Gareth here.

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Alastair Reynolds

Alastair Reynolds is the author of twelve science fiction novels and over fifty short stories in the genre. His most recent novel, Poseidon’s Wake was published in early 2015 and is the final novel in his Poseidon’s Children trilogy.

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Adam Nevill

“The apocalypse and mass extinction may not be an existential future state; is there a greater horror for a writer of horror?” UK Horror star Adam Nevill talks to One Giant Read.

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Simon Barraclough

Simon Barraclough’s collection ‘Sunspots’ was born as a result of a residency he recently undertook with the Mullard Space Science Laboratory, which followed a fascination with astronomy which stemmed from his childhood

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Anthony Caleshu

“I’m a big believer in the interrelationship between science and poetry. In terms of process, scientists aren’t afraid to fail. I love the idea of establishing a hypothesis and testing it. That’s how I begin most of my poems: as tests of language, tests of story. Sometimes they fail, but poetry as failure isn’t always a bad thing… sometimes it’s a whole lot more interesting than the poem that ‘succeeds’ on easy grounds.”

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Roz Morris

Roz Morris published nearly a dozen novels and achieved sales of more than 4 million copies – and nobody saw her name because she was a ghostwriter.

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Stephen Baxter

Stephen Baxter is an English science-fiction author. Since 1987, he has published forty books in the genre. His science fiction novels have been published in multiple languages and have won several awards including: The Philip K Dick Award, The John W Campbell Memorial Award, The British Science Fiction Association Award and the Arthur C Clarke Awards.

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