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Reports from the deep end

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Few authors are so iconic that their name is an adjective – Ballard is one of them.

Master of both literary and science fiction, his novels such as Empire of the Sun, Crash and Cocaine Nights show a world out of joint – a bewildering, alienating and yet enthralling place. From his rapturously weird takes on contemporary reality to his classic dystopias like The Drowned World and High Rise, Ballard's legacy shaped the future of literature.
That's why Maxim Jakubowski has created this groundbreaking new anthology of work inspired by the author's legacy. A fascinating and unsettling anthology of 31 science fiction short stories in tribute to the prophetic dystopias of New Wave sci-fi pioneer, and literary titan of the twentieth century, J. G. Ballard―featuring Lavie Tidhar, Pat Cadigan, Will Self, Iain Sinclair, Christopher Fowler, Chris Beckett, and a new Jerry Cornelius story from Michael Moorcock.
We will be joined on Thursday 30th of November at 7pm by the editor of the anthology Maxim Jakubowski (Just A Girl With A Gun) and two of it's contributors, the highly prolific sci fi/fantasy guru Lavie Tidhar (Central Station, The Circumference of the World and The Book of World Science Fiction Vol 1, 2 & 3) and science fiction legend Pat Cadigan (Synners, Alien 3: The Unproduced Screenplay and Harley Quinn: Mad Love)

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'Reports from the Deep End' A Discussion of J.G. Ballard's Science Fiction

Type:Literary Event

80 Hill Rise, Richmond, London, TW10 6UB

Tel: 07465984454

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