Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Books That Have Stayed With Rich

Inspired this morning by skullsinthestars‘ own fascinating list, I have come up with my own list of 10 books which, as according to the stipulations on Facebook, have “stayed with you in some way”, and which “don’t have to be … Continue reading

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Last Glance Back (in praise of Michael Marshall Smith)

MW has always been That Mate Who Reads A Lot, for me (I’d say to me but that makes them sound like they come and tuck me in each night, then proceed to lull me to sleep with gently orated … Continue reading

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We came in all guns blazing anyway (Iain M Banks, ‘Consider Phlebas’ and ‘The Player of Games’)

Hello, The Internet. I am Rich Fox. I’m a man in my mid-thirties, currently living in Bristol, England. I worked as a cinema projectionist on and off for about thirteen years, and now I’m half-way through my part-time MA in … Continue reading

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