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Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970 USA)

What is it about American astronauts? No sooner do they lock into some time warp than they crash their spaceship! NASA seems to have perfected time travel, but even a bumpy landing seems beyond them. 664 more words


Immortal Beloved

The Dr Who Guide alerts me to the fact that my radio play Immortal Beloved was broadcast on BBC7 on this day ten years ago. So in its honour, I post up the text of the interview that Kenny Smith did with me for… 1,937 more words


Flowers for Algernon

Charlie Gordon lives a life of blissful oblivion. He sees the best in people, delights in making others laugh, thinks his co-workers are his friends and is unaware of the slights, taunts and jeers he faces everyday, his primitive mind using forgetfulness as a defense mechanism. 483 more words

Book Review


After much planning and negotiation, I am finally pushing forward my long-awaited graphic novel project. It will be an adaptation of my first book, The Young Guardians and the Genesis Spell. 53 more words

The 'Silents'

I thought that perhaps, just because this is a photographic blog, I shouldn’t miss the opportunity to mention my two least badly selling books (and e-books). 38 more words

Day 251: Strange Planet

The surface I crashed into absorbed a lot of the shock, so the ship remained largely intact, and the torsion dampeners saved me from oversprawl. I popped my containment and seeped out of the vessel, setting the control for concealment. 919 more words

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