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 August 1, 2011 | No CommentsYesterday I spent the afternoon signing books at Forbidden Planet…as jobs go, this was a bit like being forced to eat chocolate in a chocolate factory. This is the Shaftesbury Avenue...
Posted on October 26, 2007 | No CommentsI was once told it was possible to study Klingon as part of a language degree at a British university, though I can’t remember which particular institution was offering that...
Posted on September 28, 2007 | 6 CommentsI’ve just finished reading The Electric Church by Jeff Somers. I’d recommend it strongly. It’s a blisteringly exciting, brilliantly conceived cyber-noir-thriller-actionmovie-SF novel. Somers is a clever high-octane writer, and has...
Posted on August 15, 2007 | No CommentsI’m reading the proofs for Debatable Space this week…a delightful but terrifying exercise. The story spans a thousand years, and features extraordinary events that are meant to be implausible and...
Posted on May 20, 2007 | No CommentsCrime has been good to me over the years. One of my first and best jobs in television was as a script editor on the cult BBC series The Paradise...