Charles Stross was born in Leeds, England, in 1964. He has worked as a pharmacist, software engineer and freelance journalist, but now writes full-time. To date, Stross has won two Hugo awards and been nominated twelve times. He has also won the Locus Award for Best Novel, the Locus Award for Best Novella and has been shortlisted for the Arthur C. Clarke and Nebula Awards. In addition, his fiction has been translated into around a dozen languages. Stross lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, with his wife Feorag, a couple of cats, several thousand books, and an ever-changing herd of obsolescent computers.
@GasDocMat So much nope, but you'll have to wait for THE DELIRIUM BRIEF to find out 😉
by @cstross - 17 minutes ago
RT @ReignOfApril: When the mansplainer tries to mansplain in a conversation about mansplaining: https://t.co/GnOulcDOz7
by @cstross - 24 minutes ago
.@spookperson Ryan reproduced by parthenogenesis (hence lack of interest in female healthcare in his rejected bill).
by @cstross - 38 minutes ago
Preparing to lay a clutch of eggs in his stung and paralyzed victims, selected for their preexisting conditions (so… https://t.co/pgdiwafMCy
by @cstross - 39 minutes ago
.@butty1972 So it's possible to be an elected party, with representation and huge leverage, without representation in the House of Commons.
by @cstross - 42 minutes ago
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