Robert J. Sawyer

Robert J. Sawyer has been described as Canada’s answer to Michael Crichton. Critically acclaimed in the US he is regarded as one of SF’s most signiifcant writers and his novels are regularly voted as fan’s favourites. He lives in Canada.


I’m the Publicity Manager for Gollancz. If you’ve seen the movie Bridget Jones’ Diary, you’ll know a book publicity job involves answering the phone every three hours and never having a single book on your desk. In reality, I answer the phone a lot and my desk and shelves are groaning in books. I also don’t look anything like Renée Zellweger. When I am at my desk I’m trying to rustle up press coverage for authors in print and online and, when I’m occasionally let out, I can be found escorting authors on bookshop tours and to conventions. Three things make me very happy: Cake, beer and Wonder Woman. You can also follow me on Twitter: @jon_weir
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  • Lila2004

    So, what *was* the ending for Flashforward, the series? I hung in there for episode that aired (and loved it), but, like you, was disappointed there was no conclusion. Can you perhaps share the script of the final ep you wrote?

  • Lila2004

    I meant ‘every episode that aired’ (I hate it when you post a comment, then discover you’ve left out a word and there’s no way to edit it)

  • Apes. Kolchak: The Night Stalker. UFO. And, of course, more recent shows