justina robson

  1. Vertigo

    Mappa Mundi by Justina Robson

    In the near future scientists have successfully mapped the human brain – the Mappa Mundi of the title – using nanotechnology and, using the same technology the nanytes, can be used to read and modify a person’s mind. Not in any detail; thoughts can’t be directly read but meme patterns can and...
  2. Vertigo

    Silver Screen by Justina Robson

    Bought as an ebook (from Amazon) I was immediately disappointed by the appalling state of the text. Originally published in 1999 it was clearly produced as an ebook by simply scanning the original; the edition was not even a digital one; the copyright and publication information page referred to...
  3. pyan

    Justina Robson

    Just acquired Natural History by this author. "Search ▼" turns up a few references to her, but mainly in the context of attendances at conventions, signings and similar events. Anyone any comments on what her books are like?
  4. Ian Whates

    New Anthology: Gwyneth Jones, Pat Cadigan, Justina Robson etc.

    NewCon Press will be releasing a new anthology in March, themed on 'communication' and featuring fifteeen stories from some of the best women authors around. MYTH-UNDERSTANDINGS edited by Ian Whates Communication: the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information...
  5. Mark Robson

    Keeping it Real - Justina Robson

    I've been meaning to read one of Justina's books ever since I met her at a convention last year. Seeing her latest book, Keeping it Real, in my local Waterstones recently, I decided I'd give it a go. To my delight, I thoroughly enjoyed it - though I understand this is not her normal style of...