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Author: Imogen

It’s A Genre Thing

Up until 2018 pretty much all I ever wrote was non-fiction. I must have written some stories at school but all I remember is at one stage being told off for only reading non fiction books. These were likely to have been about birds, horses, skiing, aircraft, cricket and science stuff. Nevertheless my teachers weren’t […]

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Announcing Kill TIM

The internal machinations of businesses never fail to intrigue. Who’s allied with whom? What, if any, conspiracies are they cooking up? What motives drive them on? My latest story, “Kill Tim,” is a snapshot on the immediate aftermath of a fatal accident at a pioneering data farming facility. The stakes couldn’t be higher – who’s […]

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Farming 4.0 Part 1

Ongoing digitisation has placed data at the centre of our economic and social lives. Data is the known territory from which we explore the unknown.  Centuries of accrued data tell us that the natural world is a myriad of complex relationships. Perhaps the most significant of which is that a healthy natural world is essential […]

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