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You don’t have to be Luddite to work here… by Alastair Reynolds

There’s an understandable assumption that someone who thinks about coming technologies must also be something of a gadget-head. I’ve certainly done my share of near-future speculation, trying to imagine plausible extensions of current advances in AI, robotics, virtual reality, telepresence … Continue reading

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So What Has Milford Ever Done for Me? by Jacey Bedford

My new book is out today! Hang on, let me say that again, because it never gets old. My new book – my fourth – is out today, 3rd January 2017. For the longest time I worried that I would … Continue reading

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Alastair Reynolds on Milford

Milford came at a critical time for me – real make or break stuff. It was the year when I knew I’d have to decide whether I was cut out for this science fiction lark. The year was 1998. I’d … Continue reading

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