London, just as you remember it, but utterly different. I'm proud to be part of An Unreliable Guide to London, a forthcoming anthology by the good people at Influx Press. The UGTL stretches the definition of "non-fiction" by presenting fantastical, warped, disguised and downright untrue versions of the capital city. Just check out this list of contributors:
M John Harrison
Gareth E Rees
Noo Saro Wiwa
My own contribution is a few notes on London's housing crisis - but not the housing crisis we're all so familiar with. This is London, 2016, a city of Ringways, universal basic income, and housing megastructures, where the GPO built the internet in the 1970s ... And that's just one of 21 wildly eclectic stories.
Like the rest of the anthology, it's written and almost ready to go. However it needs a little bit of help from you. If you like the sound of all this, please consider pre-ordering via the Kickstarter, and you'll find there are all sort of additional goodies available. Pledge, pledge, pledge!