Felix Pearce is a speculative fiction author living in Cambridge, UK. He graduated from Cambridge in 2000, and is now a recovering IT worker
wasting his education broadening his career options working in a supermarket.
His interests as a writer are broad; he writes mainly in classic fantasy and sci-fi, but digresses occasionally into urban whimsy, bad poetry, and passionately incomprehensible lit-fic. His influences range from classic sci-fi such as Arthur C Clarke and Asimov through Tolkein, Ursula K Le Guin, Robert Holdstock, Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore, Iain Banks and the thousand nameless voices of the Internet.
In his spare time, Felix enjoys poi swinging, camping, screwing with people’s expectations, nature and yarn crafts.