I interviewed F.D. Lee for the BSFA in November, and we covered subjects like how to write time travel fiction properly, climate change science fiction and fact, useful fantasy tropes and how to successfully commercialise your genre fiction. Click here to watch!
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I’ve posted previously about my short Virtual Futures pieces, and included films shot on phones. However, the following links will take you to the same London performances shot with hi-def cameras and sound recording. The performances were part of a series of events exploring the ways technology is influencing society, and included subjects like AI, […]
Distilled from a panel at Hillingdon Literary Festival at Brunel University on Saturday 5 October 2019, devised and moderated by F.D. Lee. Left to right below: F.D. Lee, Andrew Wallace, Kirsten Irving & Suzie Gray Science fiction has always embraced the edge; that liminal creative space where established forms break down and new meanings and […]
I’ll be interviewed by the redoubtable and fabulous Ida Silkyfish at the BSFA next Wednesday 25 September at 7.15pm (doors 6.30pm) upstairs at the Central Station pub, 37 Wharfdale Road, King’s Cross, London, N1 9SD. Event is FREE! This is us at Eastercon after a few sherries, which should give you an idea of the […]
Celebrity Werewolf‘s publisher, NewCon Press, had wanted to get into the expanding audiobooks market for a while, so it made sense to use my short novel as a calling card. But what was the best way to produce the audiobook – buy my own kit and record it myself or invest the money in a […]
The first science fiction novel from best-selling fantasy author FD Lee effortlessly blends the DNA of time travel and cyberpunk to create a twisty and original beast of a thriller. At its heart is the question of whether you should go back in time to right some terrible wrong and thus prevent your contemporary world […]