Alan Fisk’s first novel was The Strange Things of the World, about the world’s first tourist cruise in 1536, followed by The Summer Stars, a fictional autobiography of the sixth-century British bard Taliesin, Forty Testoons, set in Newfoundland in 1504-5, and Lord of Silver, set in fourth-century Roman Britain. His science fiction novel Lightstorm, under his pen name John Raymond, was picked up for translation and publication in Romania.
He has also published short stories and many articles in countries around the world. He is a tutor on residential weekend courses on subjects including “Writing Historical Novels” and “Story Theory”.
Alan Fisk has lived in England, Austria, Singapore, and Canada. He has been an economist, an Air Force officer, and a technical author, and he lives in London.