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Andrews, Graham

(1948-    ) UK author and playwright, in Belgium from 1982, whose Darkness Audible (coll of linked stories 1991) features a sequence of sf and fantasy tales unconnected except for the fact that they are passing through the mind of a failed writer whose mental health is no longer secure; the collection could be described as a set of Club Stories told in Inner Space. A second sf collection is A Gentle Flow of Ink (coll 2013). Andrews's stories, critiques and bibliographies have appeared in various sf publications including Extro, Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction, Interzone, Locus, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and Vector. His plays [see Checklist below] are both sf, as is the light-hearted novel The Stopgap Spaceman (2018). [JC/DRL]

Graham Andrews

born Belfast, Northern Ireland: 3 February 1948

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Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction edited by John Clute, David Langford, Peter Nicholls and Graham Sleight.
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