Simon Ings (* 1965 in Horndean , Hampshire , Great Britain ) is a British science fiction writer who is most likely to be assigned to the genre of cyberpunk . So far, his novel Datafat , which deals with artificial intelligence and artificial life , and his non-fiction book about the eye have been published in Germany. In the spring of 2007 The Weight of Numbers was published in German under the title Die inexorable punctuality of chance .
- Hot head . 1992.
- City of the Iron Fish . 1994.
- Hotwire . London, 1995 (German: Datafat , translated by Barbara Slawig . Munich 1999)
- Headlong . 1999.
- Painkillers . 2000.
- The Weight of Numbers . 2006 (German: The relentless punctuality of chance , translated by Walter Ahlers. Munich 2007)
- The Eye: A Natural History , Bloomsbury, 2007 (German: Das Auge - Meisterstück der Evolution , translated by Hainer Kober. Hoffman & Campe, 2008)
- Dead Water , Corvus Books / Atlantic Books, 2010, ISBN 978-1-84887-888-4 .
- Wolves , Gollancz, 2014, ISBN 978-0-575-11973-4 .
- Literature by and about Simon Ings in the catalog of the German National Library
- Simon Ings in the Internet Speculative Fiction Database (English)
- Works by and about Simon Ings at Open Library
- Homepage of Simon Ings
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||British science fiction writer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1965|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Horndean, Hampshire , UK|