Here‘s an archive of 600 Philip K. Dick book covers, each weirder than the last. Perfect for all your looking-up-Philip-K.-Dick-book-covers needs.

‘Alas, poor Yorick! He turned out to be a simulation.’

My first two novels, Dead Cat Bounce and Peter and Mary Have a Row, are now available as ebooks on the Kindle store. They were published quite a while ago – in 2001 and 2002, respectively – so I’m delighted to see them appear in this fancy new electric format that all the young people are so excited about. You can read their blurbs on my Books page.

Ah, memories.

Ah, memories.


Here’s an interesting interview with Norman Mailer, conducted by Martin Amis twenty years ago. Mailer complains that publishers only care about marketing and have no desire to nurture young writers. At least that changed for the better in subsequent years. Phew! Image quality is poor, alas. This is part one of four; links to the next part appear at the end of each clip.


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