Ian Watson

Ian Watson wrote The Embedding (1973).

Watson is credited as author of the screen story for Steven Spielberg‘s A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001), which is based on the short story ”Super-Toys Last All Summer Long“ by Brian Aldiss

He also wrote a number of military sf novels based on Games Workshop‘s miniature wargame Warhammer 40,000.

References:
  • Bee, Robert, ”Linguistics, Cultural Engineering, and World Building in Languages of Pao and Babel-17 (2008)
  • Chomsky, Noam, Syntactic Structures (1957)
  • —— Language and Mind (1972)
  • —— Language and Problems of Language: The Managua Lectures (1988)
  • Delany, Samuel R., Babel-17 (1966)
  • Vance, Jack, The Languages of Pao (1958)
  • Watson, Ian, The Embedding (1973)
  • —— The Jonah Kit (1975)
  • —— Orgasmachine (1976).
  • —— The Martian Inca (1977).
  • —— Alien Embassy (1977).
  • —— Miracle Visitors (1978)
  • —— God’s World (1979)
  • —— The Gardens of Delight (1980)
  • —— Deathhunter (1981)
  • —— Under Heaven’s Bridge (with Michael Bishop, 1982)
  • —— Chekov’s Journey (1983)
  • —— Converts (1984) (paper).
  • —— The Books of the Black Current:
    • The Book of the River (1984)
    • The Book of the Stars (1984)
    • The Book of Being (1985)
    • Yaleen (omnibus edition, 2004)
  • —— Queenmagic, Kingmagic (1986)
  • —— The Power (1987)
  • —— Whores of Babylon (1988) (paper)
  • —— Meat (1988)
  • —— The Fire Worm (1988)
  • —— The Flies of Memory (1990)
  • —— The Books of Mana:
    • Lucky’s Harvest (1993)
    • The Fallen Moon (1994)
  • —— Hard Questions (1996)
  • —— Oracle (1997)
  • —— Mockymen (2003)
  • Whorf, Benjamin Lee, in John B. Carroll (ed.), Language, Thought, and Reality: Selected Writings of Benjamin Lee Whorf (1956)

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