I began writing when I was six. I write comedy sketches for shows we put on at my primary school in Essex in the UK.

My love of writing continued at secondary school and then into university when I wrote plays and co-founded a little science fiction magazine called Fire and Brimstone.

At university I founded the Upstairs Theatre Company and wrote my first play, a Victorian melodrama about crazy inventors called All of the Rats.

My writing career reallt began when I became a research assistant at the Centre for Business Research at the newly created University of Brighton. I completed my Master of Philosophy (70,000 words!), wrote a lot of academic papers and articles, my first book chapter and then, in 1992, co-authored the book Technosophy.

Technosophy: Strategic Approaches to the Assessment and Management of Manufacturing Technology Innovation (Nato Science Partnership Subseries: 4 Book 21) by [P. Levy, Mihael Junkar]

Soon after, I co-authored a book called “E:Quality” which pioneered some new research in the field of diversity.

Since then I have written numorous articles, papers, book chapters and books. You can find some of that writing on this web site.

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