Scottish science fiction writer, winner of the 1998 and 1996 Prometheus Awards

Reference

Ken MacLeod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Ken MacLeod (born August 2, 1954), a Scottish science fiction writer, lives near Edinburgh. He graduated from Glasgow University with a degree in zoology and has worked as a computer programmer and written a masters thesis on biomechanics. His novels often explore socialist, communist and anarchist political ideas, most particularly the variants of Trotskyism and "anarcho-capitalism" or extreme economic libertarianism. Technical themes encompass singularities, divergent human cultural evolution and post-human cyborg-resurrection. MacLeod's general outlook can be best described as techno-progressive. ..."

Awards Received

1996 Prometheus Best Novel Award, granted by Libertarian Futurist Society, Prometheus Best Novel Award
For The Star Fraction
1998 Prometheus Best Novel Award, granted by Libertarian Futurist Society, Prometheus Best Novel Award
For The Stone Canal

Interviews

Ken MacLeod: Morality, Mortality, Mentality, Locus, Oct 2000

Books Authored

The Star Fraction, 1995
1996 Prometheus Award winner
The Stone Canal, 1996
1998 Prometheus Award winner