My novel Cosmopath, the culmination of the Bengal Station trilogy, is out now from Solaris. PS Publishing recently brought out my novella Gilbert and Edgar on Mars. To read more about these books, check out the novels and novellas section above.
The second book in the Bengal Station trilogy is out now from Solaris. Vaughan is a telepath working on Bengal Station, a vast city-spaceport in the Bay of Bengal. The trilogy charts his progression from a disillusioned nihilist to something approaching a happy man. Find out more about the book in the novel section on this site.
Just out from NewCon Press is Starship Fall, the second in the series of Starship novellas set on the backwater colony planet of Chalcedony, Delta Pavonis
Find out more about Starship Fall at: http://www.newconpress.co.uk
Xenopath, the second book in the Bengal trilogy, is due out from Solaris later this month.
Gilbert and Edgar on Mars will be out this summer from PS Publishing. The novella features G.K. Chesterton and Edgar Rice Burroughs and their adventures on the red planet.
Guilty?, a book for reluctant readers, is out now from Barrington Stoke. To find out for about this book, go to the Children’s section of this website.
“The Rest is Speculation”, a story set in the far future, features in Mike Ashley’s new anthology The Mammoth Book of Mindblowing SF, published by Constable Robinson. “Cold Testing”, a short story featuring Captain Ed and the crew of his salvage ship, is in the June edition of Asimov’s. Another story in the series, “Dissimulation Procedure”, will appear in the NewCon Press anthology Conflicts edited by Ian Whates later this year.