Episode 129 "Walking up a mountain in the mist" A conversation with writer and scientist C. John Arthur

November 07, 2018 00:51:43
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Episode 129 "Walking up a mountain in the mist" A conversation with writer and scientist C. John Arthur
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My guest for this episode is the scientist and independent author C. John Arthur. Chris has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and now works in medical research. He has been a reviewer for the British Science Fiction Association’s critical journal, Vector, and has more recently contributed to Focus, the BSFA’s writers’ magazine. He returned to writing short fiction a few years ago and has had stories published in small press anthologies, the latest being 'The Masque Maker of Venezia'. He is now based in Sweden, and his thoughts on science fiction and science are chronicled occasionally at www.blog.cjohnarthur.com.

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