Patricia DunckerPatricia Duncker was born in Kingston, Jamaica on 29 June 1951. Her novels include Hallucinating Foucault (1996), which won the Dillons First Fiction Award and the McKitterick Prize, James Miranda Barry (1999), and The Deadly Space Between (2002). Her short stories have been published in two collections Monsieur Shoushana’s Lemon Trees (1997), Miss Webster and Chérif (2006), which explores themes of desire, jealousy and revenge, and was shortlisted for the PEN/Macmillan Silver Pen Award and Seven Tales of Sex and Death (2003).
Anthologies featuring Patricia Duncker
When It Changed is an attempt to put authors and scientists back in touch with each other, to re-introduce research ideas with literary concerns, and to re-forge the alloy that once made SF great.