Audiobook narration

I’m an experienced performer and narrator, having worked in theatre, comedy and radio for many years. As a writer myself, I understand the rhythms and cadences necessary to bring your work to life, and have access to a professional studio that will ensure your production meets Audible’s rigorous quality control standards. To get an idea […]

Virtual Futures SF mini-movies!

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, […]

Edge of the Universe – Where Science Fiction Can Take You

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 […]

Lit Fic v Sci Fic – Panel this Saturday!

At 10.05am on Saturday 8 June at the BSFA free one-day SF Convention I’ll be on a panel with Stephen Oram and Donna Bond discussing literary vs science fiction and if there really needs to be a vs in there at all. Event kicks off at 10am Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College, London, SW7. See you […]

Burn Your Phone

  Watch Burn Your Phone Nominated for a Writer’s Guild Award   If they are all as good as Andrew Wallace, we are in for a treat. His short play Burn Your Phone was about a telephone operator working a long shift at the Hastings Exchange. We eavesdropped on Andy’s headphones as he handled the […]