Today we’re pleased to announce a weeklong realtime interview with science fiction author Bill DeSmedt. Bill’s first novel, Singularity, has been reviewed here on Sciscoop and should lead to some interesting speculations on the Jackson-Ryan hypothesis (that the Tunguska event was not just a once every 1,000 years meteor, but a microscopic black hole), which is so obscure that a Google search on it yeilds mainly references to DeSmedt’s yet-to-be released book! Bill lives in Pennsylvania and is working on his second book, a sequel to be called Dualism.
Here at SciScoop, YOU ask the questions! Submit your questions for Bill DeSmedt as comments to this story, and he’ll be stopping by through Wednesday, November 10 to respond. (Thursday he’s flying out to Houston to participate in an event at Johnson Space Center with the Jackson-Ryan hypothesis folks!) To kick-start your questioning, take a look at the author’s Q & A (PDF) at the publisher’s website. Now, let the conversation begin!