HUGO AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY MAGAZINE
Our seventh podcast for July is “Hair” written by Adam Roberts and read by Kate Baker.
Originally published in When It Changed: Science Into Fiction, edited by Geoff Ryman, 2009.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A Senior Reader in English at London University, Adam Roberts is an SF author, critic, reviewer, and academic who has produced many works on 19th Century poetry as well as critical studies of science fiction such as The Palgrave History of Science Fiction. His own short fiction has been collected in Swiftly. His novels include Salt, On, Stone, Polystom, The Snow, Gradisil, Splinter, and Land of the Headless. His most recent novels include Yellow Blue Tibia, New Model Army, Bete, and, with Mahendra Singh, Twenty Trillion Leagues Under the Sea. His most recent books are a chapbook novella, An Acount of a Voyage from World to World again, by way of the Moon, 1726, in the Commission of Georgius Rex Primus, Monarch of Northern Europe and Lord of Selenic Territories, Defender of the Faith, undertaken by Captain Wm. Chetwin aboard the Cometes Georgius, and a collection Adam Robots. Coming up is a new novel, The Thing Itself. He lives in Staines, England with his wife and daughter.
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