Sue Thomas

Sue Thomas’s books include Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age: Practical Ways to Connect to Nature Without Logging Off (2017); Technobiophilia: Nature and Cyberspace (2013), a study of metaphors in nature and technology; Hello World: Travels in Virtuality (2004), a travelogue/memoir of life online; and the novel Correspondence (1992), a story of transformation which was short-listed for the Arthur C. Clarke Science Fiction Award. From 2005 – 2013 she was Professor of New Media at De Montfort University and is now a Visiting Fellow at Bournemouth University. In the United States, she has been a Visiting Scholar at UMASS, UCLA, and UCSB. She lives on the south coast of the UK and dreams of California.