If Earth were destroyed, how would you rebuild it? And what would apparently disrelated subjects such as science-fiction and disaster preparedness have in common and how would they contribute to the reconstruction process.
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Michael Z Williamson
Hubbard’s Battlefield Earth on how the technologies expounded in these novels carry forward a survivalist philosophy. If Earth were destroyed, how would you rebuild it? And what would apparently disrelated subjects such as science-fiction and disaster preparedness have in common and how would they contribute to the reconstruction process. Mike can talk about his own science-fiction novels
About Author Michael Z. Williamson
Michael Z. Williamson was born in 1967 in Birkenhead, England and raised in many cities including: Liverpool, Newton-le-Willows & the Isle of Wight, England; Mississauga, Ontario; Newark, Granville & Toledo, Ohio.
He joined the USAF at age 18 and went on a whirlwind tour of the deserts and cornfields of America being stationed at numerous bases while also touring other countries including Scotland, Wales; Majorca, Spain and Kuwait.
Mike published his first novel, Freehold, in 2004 and is essentially a genre-defying author, but he does frequently write in the military-SF genres.
His newest offering is an anthology, Forged in Blood, about warriors and soldiers tied together throughout time and space.
His hobbies include: reading, writing, historical re-enactments, forging blades, throwing himself out of aircraft, hiking, Kung Fu, shooting, archery, fine liquors, fine food, traveling and ranting at the political, social and moral state of the world.
Mike can talk about his own science-fiction novels.