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Keighley man Chris Lackey publishes sci-fi novel Transreality
10:00am Friday 16th August 2013 in News
People now have a chance to see Keighley as they have never seen it before – vividly illustrated in a new graphic science fiction novel.
This unusual portrayal of the town has been created by Chris Lackey, who moved to Keighley from America in 2010. His book is called Transreality and explores complex questions, such as whether it is our body, mind, relationships or experiences that make us human.
“It also looks at the idea of something called a ‘technological singularity’, which is a point where our technology becomes more intelligent than us,” Mr Lackey said.
Transreality is priced £10 and published by Witch House Media. Copies can be bought from Central Hall in Alice Street.
Visit transrealitycomic.com for further information.