Seb Patrick is a thirtysomething writer from Liverpool, who has also lived in London, Oxford and Brighton. He has written for various publications and websites, including Wired UK, When Saturday Comes, BBC America (Anglophenia), Den of Geek, Film4, Comic Book Resources, Comic Heroes, New Statesman and Micro Mart. His usual specialist topics are comics, football, television and film, but he’s also been known to write about computing, internet and new media, gaming, music, motorsport and literature. Since 2011, he has also been the writer/editor of reddwarf.co.uk, the official Red Dwarf website.
He writes things as well as writing about things. In 2009 a short story he co-wrote, titled “The Amazing Spider-Boy”, featured in issue #183 of Panini/Marvel UK’s Spectacular Spider-Man, while a short strip called “Panic” can be found in the limited edition Phonogram vs the Fans. He co-created the UK’s first Kickstarter-funded sitcom A Brief History of Time Travel – a downloadable audio series written with regular collaborator James Hunt – and is working on a novel for younger readers.
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