Review of ‘Osama’ by Lavie Tidhar

Joe is a private investigator tasked with finding Mike Longshott, author of the novel ‘Osama Bin Laden: Vigilante’ in this eerie book that perfectly nails the sense of dazed disconnect following the terrorist attacks in New York on 11 September 2001. As in ‘The Man in the High Castle’ ‘Osama’ (the book I’m reviewing, not […]

Sci-Fi Sessions with Adam Roberts & Jeff Noon

The first monthly Sci-Fi Session was held at Waterstone’s book shop in Gower Street, London on Monday 26 September 2017. Host Glyn Morgan (R) was joined by two science fiction authors whose work appears to be quite different: Adam Roberts (L) and Jeff Noon (centre). Adam is a lecturer in nineteenth century fiction at Royal […]

FantastiCon – a personal journey

Five minutes in and I’ve already copped off with a Dalek.   Doing space – badly:   I remember I’m scared of the TARDIS and think about phoning Mummy. Fearing mockery I do nothing. Stasis.   With Nigel Farage   The Millennium Falcon’s first pilot was this lady:   Caesar makes a good point   […]