M. J. Simpson

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M.J. Simpson
Mike Simpson, 2005.jpg
Mike Simpson, photographed in 2005
Born United Kingdom
Occupation Writer, journalist, editor critic

Mike "Simo" Simpson, professionally known as MJ Simpson, is a former deputy editor of the British science fiction magazine SFX. The Leicester-based freelance journalist is the author of two books on the television writer and novelist Douglas Adams[1][2] and his work:

He produces a website focussed upon genre cinema and is currently working on a biography of the actress Elsa Lanchester.[citation needed]

Simpson is one of the occasional judges for the Delta Film Award.

Simpson was for many years involved in running ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha, the official Hitchhiker's Guide appreciation society.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Publishers Weekly
  2. ^ The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, listing both Simpson's Hitchhiker and his earlier "pocket guide" to the series
  3. ^ http://mjsimpson-films.blogspot.co.uk/p/my-latest-book-urban-terrors.html

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