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One of the most brilliant innovators to enter SF in many years, Ian Watson writes fiction that is typified by its vivid and highly original conceptualization. He sold his first story in 1969, and attracted widespread critical attention in 1973 with his first novel, The Embedding. His novel The Jonah Kit won the British Science Fiction Award and the British Science Fiction Association Award in 1976 and 1977, respectively. Watson’s other books include Alien Embassy, Miracle Visitors, The Martian Inca, Under Heaven’s Bridge (coauthored with Michael Bishop), Chekhov’s Journey, Deathhunter, The Gardens of Delight, Queenmagic, Kingmagic, The Book of the River, The Book of the Stars, and The Book of Being, the collections The Very Slow Time Machine, Sunstroke, Slow Birds, and Evil Water. As editor, his books include the anthologies Pictures at an Exhibition, Changes (coedited with Michael Bishop), and Afterlives (coedited with Pamela Sargent). His most recent books are the collection Stalin’s Teardrops and the novel The Flies of Memory. He has had stories in our First and Fifth Annual Collections. Watson lives with his wife and daughter in a small village in Northhamptonshire, England.

In the complex, suspenseful, and deliciously paranoid novella that follows, Watson demonstrates, with typical ingenuity and inventiveness, that the best conspiracies are those that go way back …

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