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Jeff Noon (born in 1957 in Droylsden, Manchester, England) is a novelist, short story writer and playwright whose works make extensive use of wordplay and fantasy. Noon's speculative fiction books have ties to the works of writers such as Lewis Carroll and Jorge Luis Borges. Prior to his recent relocation (around the year 2000) to Brighton, Noon set most of his stories in some version of his native city of Manchester.

Contents

Bibliography

Novels and novellas

Short fiction collections

Plays

  • Woundings (1986), ISBN 1-870259-00-9
  • Vurt - The Theatre Remix (May 2000- the show ran for three weeks)
  • Somewhere The Shadow (May 2001- the show ran from Thursday 3 May - Saturday 26 May)
  • The Modernists (June 2003- the show ran from Wednesday 11 June - Saturday 21 June )

Radio work

  • Dead Code - Ghosts of the Digital Age (BBC Radio 3, 2005)

Film

  • Woundings (based on the play), known as Brand New World (USA) (1998)





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