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.
Boris Johnson makes Donald Trump look serious and statesman-like. This is just embarrassing.
by @cstross - 9 minutes ago
RT @owenhatherley: everything about which I thought I was a bit paranoid turns out to be understatement https://t.co/wpEjCNGlo1
by @cstross - 10 minutes ago
RT @timothycsimons: Aide: Sophie's choice is about a woman who has to choose between her childr--
Trump: Ivanka. No question.
by @cstross - 14 minutes ago
@jhoude gorilla arm not a myth (says my right arm iPad elbow injury). Also, integration is very incomplete.)
by @cstross - 15 minutes ago
@kristinalustig known issue, being dealt with.
by @cstross - 17 minutes ago
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