ESRC Genomics Forum Social Session – Ken Macleod’s Intrusion book launch
Public event 21.03.2012
Ken MacLeod, author of Intrusion and award winning science fiction writer
Interviewing Ken about his latest work: Stuart Kelly, Literary Editor of Scotland on Sunday and a freelance critic and writer
Pulp Fiction Books43 Bread StreetEdinburghEH3 9AH
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm Refreshments will be provided.
Intrusion published by Orbit on 1 March 2012, is the latest offering from award winning science fiction writer Ken MacLeod.
Set in the very near future, where a single-dose pill has been developed that eradicates, without risk, many common genetic defects from an unborn child. When a pregnant woman refuses to take The Fix, as the pill is known, she divides friends, family and even the law with a moral dilemma. Is her decision a private matter of individual choice, or is it tantamount to wilful neglect of her unborn child?
This relaxed evening event offers the chance to hear Ken reading from Intrusion and discussing his new novel in conversation with Stuart Kelly, Literary Editor of Scotland on Sunday.
Refreshments and opportunities to purchase author signed copies of Intrusion will be available.
Learn more about Ken MacLeod and his writing at his blog: The Early Days of a Better Nation
In February 2009 Ken was appointed as Writer in Residence at the ESRC Genomics Policy and Research Forum working on some exciting projects aimed at connecting the area of genomics to a wider audience. Ken remains affiliated to the Genomics Forum - recently providing blog reports from the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2011 for Genotype
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