Justina Robson

Justina Robson is the author of nine novels, a collection of short stories, all in the real of fantasy and SF (as well as a Transformers book). She  attended the Clarion West Writing Workshop and was first published in 1994 in the British small press magazine The Third Alternative. Her debut novel Silver Screen was shortlisted for both the Arthur C Clarke Award and the BSFA Award in 2000. Her second novel, Mappa Mundi, was also shortlisted for the Arthur C Clarke Award in 2001, and won the 2000 Amazon.co.uk Writer’s Bursary. In 2004, Natural History, Robson’s third novel, was shortlisted for the BSFA Award, and came second in the John W Campbell Award. Novels since have included Living Next-Door to the God of Love and Keeping It Real. She has contributed stories to two of Comma's 'science into fiction' anthologies so far: When It Changed and Bio-Punk.

Anthologies featuring Justina Robson


14 leading authors have here been challenged to write fresh fictional interpretations of what the uncanny might mean in the 21st century.

When It Changed

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.