Trapezium appears in the September/October 2018 Issue of Analog
Fans of the Recursion series may recognise Craig, Armstrong and Joanna – as well as the Eva Rye – from the beginning of Divergence.
The story follows on from events in The Region of Jennifer, Threshold and The Human Way
My story A Pound of Darkness, a Quarter of Dreams appears in the latest issue of Lightspeed Magazine.
The Human Way appears in the March/April 2017 Issue of Analog
Fans of the Recursion series may recognise Armstrong and Joanna – as well as the Eva Rye – from the beginning of Divergence.
The story follows on from events in The Region of Jennifer and Threshold.
My story Dream London Hospital appears in the anthology Fearsome Magics, edited by Jonathan Strahan
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My short story, decease Double Blind, sale appears in the anthology Solaris Rising 3, edited by Ian Whates.
The story is set in the same world as my short stories Third Person and The War Artist.
My short story, Threshold, appears in the October 2014 issue of Analog.
Like The Region of Jennifer, this story is set in the Recursion universe. It introduces the S, the Foundation for the Enlightenment, and the Human Way.
There are more stories to come in this series – keep watching this space!
My short story, The Region of Jennifer, appears in the June 2014 issue of Analog
This is the first of a series of stories I’ve been working on set in the Recursion universe. The action takes place 8 years after the events in Divergence and deals with some of the questions raised by the Big Share Out that occurred at the end of Divergence.
I’ve had the idea for this series for some time, from around the time I finished writing Divergence, in fact, however I found myself distracted by Robots and Dream Worlds in the meantime.
But I was missing writing Hard SF, and I had reached the point where I just couldn’t not get the ideas down on the page, and The Region of Jennifer was the first result.
Watch this space, there are more to come…
My story “If Only… ” appears in this collection. The story originally appeared in Nature 489, 170 (06 September 2012)
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