Interview: Paul McAuley

Sunday 14.00-15.00, Room 3

Guest of Honor, Paul McAuley, is interviewed by Niels Dalgaard, the translator of Under Mars – the first collection of McAuley’s short stories in Danish.

Paul McAuley is a British botanist and award-winning author. His first novel, Four Hundred Billion Stars, won the Philip K. Dick Award in 1988, while Fairyland won the 1996 Arthur C. Clarke Award and the 1997 John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best SF Novel. His short story, The Temptation of Dr. Stein, won the British Fantasy Award. Pasquale’s Angel won the Sidewise Award for Alternate History (Long Form).

His latest series is The Quiet War Series which consist of the novels The Quiet War, Gardens of the Sun,  In the Mouth of the Whale and 2014 John W. Campbell Memorial Award nominee Evening’s Empires. His latest collection is A Very British History.

Read more about him on his website and his blog Earth and Other Unlikely Worlds