|Paul McAuley has been thinking about the future for most of his life. He has worked as a researcher and lecturer in biology in various universities before becoming a full-time writer. His novels and short stories have won the Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke, John W. Campbell and British Fantasy Society Awards.|
2001, when the present finally intersects the future, is an exciting year for Paul McAuley. It sees the publication of two novels: ‘The Secret of Life’, a gripping near-future thriller about the implications of biotechnology and the discovery of life on Mars (out now); and ‘Whole Wide World’, a crime novel set in a fully-wired day-after-tomorrow London, due to be published in hardback in September.
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