Fantasyförfattaren Neil Gaiman i Babel. Om cookies på våra tjänster Vi använder cookies för att ge dig en bättre upplevelse av SVT:s webb.
Om cookies på svt.se Babel <div class="svtplayerCB svtPlayer-z-top svtplayerCenter-Outer"><input class="svtVisuallyhidden svtplayerStartButton" type="button" name="spela" value="Spela video" accesskey="p"><div class="svtplayerCBContainer svtplayerCenter-Inner"><span class="svtplayerSprite-Play"></span><span class="svtplayerTime"><time>11 min</time></span></div></div> Använd den här videon Kopiera och klistra in koden nedan för att visa videon på din hemsida Visningen stoppad på grund av inaktivitet Fantasyförfattaren Neil Gaiman i Babel Sändningen startar om: Timmar Minuter Sekunder Den brittiske fantasyförfattaren Neil Gaiman intervjuas av Jessika Gedin i veckans Babel (otextat klipp).
Längd: 11 min Tillgänglig till: 30 maj 2015 (362 dagar kvar) Publicerades: Rättigheter: Kan ses i hela världen. Kan ses i mobilen. Facebook2262 Twitter350 Google+3 E-post Bädda in klippet på din sajt: Kategori: Kultur & Nöje.
Metamorphiction. Jeff Noon: a life in writing. 'A young boy puts a feather into his mouth ...
" So, in 1993, began Jeff Noon's first novel, Vurt. It was something the like of which had never been seen before, and it established Noon – then a struggling 35-year-old playwright earning rent by working in the Deansgate branch of Waterstones and writing at night – as a figure of major promise in British science fiction. Twenty years on, Vurt is being republished in an anniversary edition with three new stories, but the Noon who wrote it is, if not a forgotten figure, then one who never quite achieved the recognition that seemed his inevitable due. The path has not been smooth. He had difficulties with drink and panic attacks. His work ploughed off in an experimental direction that made him a hard sell to mainstream SF fans.
When I ask Noon whether he might have had a conscious desire to duck fame, he emits a wheezy laugh. His fans have always been there, though. Noon gave up drinking around 15 years ago, because "I had to" he says. Haruki Murakami - Official UK Site. Henning Mankell. Author Jacqueline Winspear. Neal Stephenson. William Gibson - Official Website.
The Code Book. When I wrote my first book, Fermat’s Last Theorem, I made a passing reference to the mathematics of cryptography.
Although I did not know it at the time, this was the start of a major interest in the history and science of codes and code breaking, which has resulted in a 400-page book on the subject, an adaptation of the book for teenagers, a 5-part TV series, numerous talks and lectures, the purchase of an Enigma cipher machine and the development of an interactive crypto CD-ROM. You can find information about TV series and the free CD-ROM version of the book (and lots more) in the Cryptography section of the site. In this section, however, you will find details about my book on cryptography (The Code Book). I have not included any material about the teenage version of The Code Book, but you can find it at Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
The Book Read an Excerpt Reviews of The Code Book Overseas Editions. Intellectual Jousting in the Republic of Letters. Christopher Brookmyre. Ian Rankin’s Official Website, Doors Open Out Now, Exit Music out now, Update... Mark Billingham. Christopher Fowler's Blog. A New Bryant & May Short Story God knows I’m no stranger to working for free.
On Friday I appeared before an audience of four, but did I give them the shortened version? No, they got a full hour’s worth of fun. I’m not one of those authors who turns up forty minutes late for their audience (I won’t mention names here […] London’s Most Sinister Street When I lived in Eze-Sur-Mer on the Cote D’Azur, there was a beautiful old 1920s hotel near me on Pointe De Cabuel (you can see it here from above on Google Maps) that had been bought by a Russian oligarch as a private residence. Some Authors Are Dead But Still Writing Remember Virginia Andrews? Inside The Language Maze There’s been a bit of controversy lately about videogames – this time not about levels of violence, but about the rise of characters with differing ethnicity, sexuality and faith – you know, characters who reflect real life.
Re:View – ‘The East’ Does Rowling Destroy Other Writers? Why The Prostidude Couldn’t Find Work.
Stephenblackmoore.com. Chris f. holm.