Philip A. Suggars
... is a British writer with a single yellow eye in the middle of his forehead and a collection of vintage binoculars. His work has been published in many places including the Guardian, the BFS’ New Horizons anthologies and Interzone.
He was winner of the Ilkley Literature Festival Short Story Award, (judged by Man Booker long-lister Jane Rogers), runner up in the James White Award and his story Automatic Diamanté received an honorable mention in The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-First Annual Collection edited by Gardner Dozois.
He is a consultant fiction writer for Sci-Futures and his work regularly appears in Disclaimer magazine.