Rayner, Mark A

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(?   -    ) Canadian author who began publishing work of genre interest with "Any Port in a Storm" for Parsec for Summer 1999; in The Amadeus Net (2005), an Immortal Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has survived into the Near Future, where – after a world-shaking Disaster – he has assisted in the construction of a Utopia; a few years later, in 2028, he applies for a sex change. The book is a Satire, with many targets. Marvellous Hairy (2009) is also a satire, as is The Fridgularity (2012), where an animate refrigerator freezes the Internet shut. [JC]

Mark A Rayner

born: London, Ontario.

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