Welcome to Debatable SpacesThis is the online home of SF author Philip Palmer, whose novels include Debatable Space, Red Claw, Version 43, Hell Ship and the forthcoming Artemis.
Books & eBooks by Philip Palmer
TagsArtemis avatar Brian-Ruckley British-film-industry cannes-film-festival charles-stross cinema danny stack debatable-spaces Debatable Space genre-fiction heartbeat Hell Ship heroes international-space-station jeff-somers Jesse Bullington john-scalzi marvel-comics misfits movies NASA neil-gaiman Nicole Peeler Orbit-Books Peter-F.-Hamilton Philip-Palmer quentin-tarantino radio-drama Red and Blue Red Claw richard-morgan sci fi london Screen-Yorkshire sf crowsnest Sharrock space star-trek Stephen-King Stuart Angell McGregor the art of deception Toby-Swift tv-drama Version 43 zack snyder
Archive for February, 2008
Posted on February 29, 2008 | 2 CommentsA while ago, I quoted Karen Miller’s wonderful Book Swede Quote of the Week about the eating of elephants – her way of describing the process of how to write...
Posted on February 15, 2008 | No CommentsWas the hype worth it? Is Cloverfield as scary as its trailer? (I was blown away when I first saw those wild hand-held camera images culminating in the head of the...
Posted on February 8, 2008 | No CommentsFinally, after numerous delays, the space shuttle Atlantis has launched, carrying its valuable cargo – a new space laboratory called, rather nicely, Columbus. This is another vital step forward in...
Posted on February 7, 2008 | No CommentsJohn Scalzi does an interesting feature in which he asks writers to talk about their ‘Big Idea’ – the guiding principle behind their writing. I’ve had a stab at explaining...