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16:31

Opinion

What's important now

Ángel Escalera

...much too late for those who have fallen along the way. To say that nobody expected a situation like this, that it seems like something out of a science fiction novel, would be a lie. There were people warning of the danger of infectious illnesses,

12:19

LifeStyle

From science fiction to Moorish Spain

Tony Bryant

Born in London in 1950, David Penny began writing at a tender age and was initially obsessed with science-fiction. He read avidly and wrote even more and eventually started seeing his work in amateur fanzines. At the age of 23, a short story was ... accepted by Galaxy magazine - his first payment for writing. At the age of 24, his first novel, The Sunset People, was accepted for publication and David was taken under the wing of a literary agency. Three other science fiction novels followed, but David ... enjoyed a “dissipated and wasteful (but not wasted) youth”, doing little other than writing, growing his hair and following an alternative artistic lifestyle. Passion for science fiction initiates career In his mid to late twenties real life intruded

12:19

LifeStyle

Passion for science fiction initiates career

TONY BRYANT

David's passion for writing began with science fiction. Without having a clue what he was doing he managed to land a book deal and agent at the age of 23; four novels followed between 1974 and 1979. The first, The Sunset People, is garnished ... with aliens, ferocious creatures and the remnants of the human race. The following books focused on strange legends, time travel and the walking dead. He no longer writes science fiction, although he admits it is hard to ignore it when writing his ... historic novels. “I'm not writing science fiction now, except certain fantastic elements keep creeping back in however hard I try to keep them out,” David says.

12:09

LifeStyle

New novel depicts Malaga of the 80s

Tony Bryant

Ronda an ideal place to write fiction. Sandra studied English at Goldsmiths College in London, before embarking on a 35-year career as a journalist and magazine editor. She taught journalism and creative writing at adult education colleges and became

17:59

Travel

Destination 2020

Andrew Forbes

...savannahs for his science fiction novel, The Lost World. Although you won't find any dinosaurs here, you might well see some of South America's giants including giant river otters, giant anteaters, as well as jaguars. Talking of impressive, Guyana is also

11:26

LifeStyle

Reality filtered through altered minds

Mark Nayler

...time; and that, I believe, can only be said of the very best fiction. Elisa, the book's hypersensitive narrator, is in her twenties and lives in a rough suburb of Madrid roamed by hostile gypsies. She is an aspiring novelist and pays the rent by ... Elvira Navarro is rightly said to be one of the most exciting writers of contemporary Spanish fiction. The same can be said of all the authors that have appeared in this series over the last five weeks - a series that has shown, I hope, how brilliant and

15:23

LifeStyle

The dark side of escaping the daily routine

Mark Nayler

By his own admission, the narrator of this brilliant and dark novel is a “c***sucker”. He is at the very bottom of a three-layered hierarchy that constitutes the world of work in Spain: at the top are the “Buddhas”, who barely work but are unsackable

15:31

Opinion

Spanish kitchen nightmares

ANDREW J. LINN

Cocina, a duplicate of Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares. The theme is straightforward, and although always billed as a reality-type show, it is as much a work of fiction as any soap. A recent broadcast focussed on a country inn near Jerez de la Frontera,

12:36

LifeStyle

23 August 1991: The world's first public website goes live

LUCY NEWBY

Facebook in second and third place, respectively. In an age where the internet dominates society, and it is increasingly difficult to decipher truth from fiction online with the growth of so-called fake news, it is hard to imagine Berners-Lee ever

12:36

LifeStyle

From the army to becoming an author

ASH BOLTON

...from family and friends has been brilliant. Most, if not all have read the books. They're normally your toughest critics, but it's all been positive." In addition to writing fiction, Scott also writes for two online Celtic FC websites; ACSOM (A Celtic ... would want to read anything I ever came up with. There's talk of turning my books into a TV series or a film already. "Just go for it, you never know." Looking forward, Scott plans to carry on writing fiction and is currently working on a