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
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Posted on March 29, 2010 | 9 CommentsIf you could have a superpower, which superpower would it be? Oh please! Don’t pretend you’ve never thought about this. It’s the first daydream of every card-carrying SFF fan. The...
Posted on July 25, 2008 | 2 CommentsI recently read Albion, the graphic novel by Alan & Leah Moore about the long-forgotten superheroes of British comics – characters like the Spider, and the Claw, and Captain Hurricane,...
Posted on October 20, 2007 | 5 CommentsDid you read this fascinating piece by Neil Gaiman in the Guardian, on the art of fairy tales? It’s a witty and very informative piece, which serves as the perfect intro...
Posted on September 15, 2007 | No CommentsTake a look at this. It’s a love sonnet written in prose by Jonathan Ross about one of his childhood heroes, Steve Ditko. I loved Marvel comics too, I loved...