I’m going to be talking about my book in a virtual session for National Taiwan University! Tune in at 9:30 BST on 19 October to join.
Missed the book launch for Global Taiwanese: Asian Skilled Labour Migrants in a Changing World? Not to worry, you can still watch the video! And buy the book in the links!
For the fourth consecutive year, I’m in Best of British Sf! This year it’s with “The Lori,” my mil-SF story for Clarkesworld about trauma and forgiveness. And look at the company I’m in! Click this link to preorder.
I’m interviewed for Southside Radio about the Robots of Death, Expressionist movies, and the joys of Zooming with cats! Download or listen to it here.
Best of British SF 2019 from NewCon Press (with my story “Every Little Star”) is now available for pre-order on Kindle for £3.49, rising to full price at the end of the month. So it makes sense to order it now! Click the link to get yours.
What the title says. Order it here.
It’s not quite out yet, but my monograph on Doctor Who: The Robots of Death for The Black Archive is now available for pre-order (and will be out on 4 May). It features chapters on Expressionist design; the literary roots of the story in Asimov, Herbert, Simak and others; themes of class and power in the SF writing of Chris Boucher; the history of colour-blind casting in British television; and the Voc robots’ afterlives in comics, audio plays and theatre. In short, if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll love it! Click the link to get your copy.
Super exciting news. I can now announce that I’ve signed a contract to write a book called “Management and Organization in Game of Thrones: Lessons on Management Theory from Westeros” for Elsevier Publishing.
Drogon knows how to celebrate this!
I’m back! Between attending Worldcon, attending the Royal Geographical Society conference and teaching in Singapore, I’ve been busy of late. As a start on updating you on my activities, I include a video of me presenting my paper “Comparing Colonialisms in The Terror“, contrasting the treatment of colonialism in Dan Simmons’ 2008 novel and AMC’s 2018 adaptation. You can read the draft paper on my Academia.edu site here.