Interview: Adam Roberts
by Ernest Lilley
Adam Roberts Interview ISBN/ITEM#: 0702ARI
Date: 26 February 2007
Links: Author's Website / Gradisil Review (Mar '02 SFRevu) / Show Article /
I am a writer in my forties. In addition to writing, I am Professor of Nineteenth-Century Literature at Royal Holloway, University of London. I live with my wife Rachel and our daughter Lily a little way west of London. I have published six novels: Salt (2000), On (2001), Stone (2002), Polystom (2003), The Snow (2004) and Gradisil (2006), and two novellas [Park Polar (2001) and Jupiter Magnified (2003)]. There's also a collection of short stories: Swiftly. For more information on these novels and novellas, please see the writing section of the site. I've also published a fair wodge of criticism, including the lengthy Palgrave Critical History of Science Fiction (2005), although nobody seems to have noticed that one. What else? Oh, some parodies: I have also published five parodies [The Soddit (2003), The McAtrix Derided (2003), The Sellamillion (2004), Star Warped (2005) and The Va Dinci Cod (2005)]. There's more where all that came from. Well, I say more. More of the same, at the very least.
(Source: Adam Roberts)