Wednesday Book Review: ‘Auto Rewind’ by Jason Arnopp

Wound right up The horror underlying much of Jason Arnopp’s fiction often feels rooted in remorse. Invariably, his miserable, thwarted but very identifiable characters have made some dreadful decision and are awaiting the dire consequences. It’s that hinterland between realisation and outcome that gives the narratives their particularly febrile atmosphere, a bit like the moment […]

Death Mettle

JASON ARNOPP INTERVIEWED BY SCOTT K ANDREWS AT BSFA ON 26.10.16 Although Jason Arnopp is best known for his horror fiction, particularly his hugely successful debut novel ‘The Last Days of Jack Sparks’, there is a meta-fictional element to his work that eases it into science fiction. This interview was a perfect case in point. […]

What we talk about when we talk about time travel

Scott K Andrews interviewed by Jason Arnopp at the British Science Fiction Association Meeting, 25 February 2015 The workings of time travel are impossible to show without telling, asserts Scott K Andrews, author of the young adult time travel trilogy ‘TimeBomb’, so in the first of the books he avoids this conundrum by deliberately not explaining […]