Chris James is the critically acclaimed author of the first two parts of the science fiction trilogy The Second Internet Cafe, and Stories of Genesis, Vol. 1, Vol. 2 & Vol. 3, short story collections based on characters in songs by the rock band Genesis. Chris is also the author of the ground-breaking science fiction novel Class Action, and has published the comedy/picture book The B Team and Me. He has also published two feature-film length screenplays: the romantic comedy The Renewable Assignment, and a biopic of early Genesis and Tony Stratton-Smith, called Atmospheres: The genesis of Genesis.
Chris is an occasional lecturer in English at Warsaw University and a full-time language trainer. Chris lives in an agreeably anonymous – and nicely forested – suburb of Warsaw, Poland, with his Polish wife and three children.
Feature-film length screenplay.
Atmospheres is a biopic of Tony Stratton-Smith and early Genesis. It’s a comedy. It’s a drama. It tells a positive, life-affirming story of self-belief and redemption. And it is a tribute to a forgotten man without whom we may never have had the Genesis we know and love.
Five more short stories inspired by lyrics in songs from the Greatest Rock Band in the World: Genesis
Volume 2 contains:
The Inversion Method, A Thought Spared for Providence, From the Cellar, Rise of the Hogweed, and Secession
“If can sense the alternative realities you create every time you act, or omit to act, then I offer you a challenge: pit your imagination against my reality.
Follow me to worlds you might have dreamed of, but never knew existed. Until now.”