Gary Gibson

Prior to becoming a professional writer, Gary Gibson worked for an environmental agency, but left shortly after other members of staff attempted to levitate a local bridge as a protest against road traffic.

Following this, he worked as a graphic designer for a printing firm that turned out to be run by a gang of convicted forgers, hastening his departure: and then for a small publishing company otherwise notable only for producing a Freddie Mercury impersonator well-known on the Scottish cabaret circuit. Until recently he resided in Taipei with his wife, and is pleased to say that the only lunatic he has to answer to these days is himself.

Gary Gibson books reviewed

Bibliography

  • Angel Stations (2004)
  • Against Gravity (2005)

Shoal

  • Stealing Light (2007)
  • Nova War (2009)
  • Empire of Light (2010)