Rod Duncan writes alternate history, fantasy and contemporary crime. His novels have been shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick Award, the East Midlands Book Award and the John Creasey Dagger of the Crime Writers’ Association. A dyslexic with a background in scientific research, he now lectures in creative writing at DeMontfort University.
Some might say that he is obsessed with boundary markers, naive 18th Century gravestones and forming friendships with crows. But he says he is interested in the way things change.
Illusion is Story for Writing East Midlands (December 2017)
Precise Dates in Alternate History for Sci-Fi Bulletin (June 2015)
Ordinary People and the Fall of Empires for Geeky Library (April 2015)
Interview with Everybody’s Reviewing (December 17)
Interview with BBC Radio Leicester (January 2018)
Interview with Why Words Work (January 2018)
Interview with Great Central (April 2017)
Interview with Aqueous Digital (February 2016)
Interview with Davetopia (February 2016)
Interview with Strange Alliances (February 2016)
Interview with SFF World (May 2015)
Interview with Liberal England (January 2016)
Interview with The Book Plank (August 2014)
Interview with My Bookish Ways (August 2014)