Stephen Grant is a novelist and philosopher. He completed a PhD in philosophy at King’s College London, and has taught the subject for the last fifteen years. His first novel, A Moment More Sublime, was published in 2014, and won the silver medal for contemporary fiction at the Independent Book Awards in New York, as well as being shortlisted for the Guardian’s Not the Booker Prize. His second novel, Spanish Light, is due for release through the independent New York press Upper West Side Philosophers Inc on March 10th of 2018, and ‘Luminosity’ is adapted from the first chapter of the book. He lives in London with the Czech academic Jana Nahodilova and their three children.
How many people who turn on a light understand the generation of electricity?
- Length: 12 pages
- Age Rating: 15
- Genre: Fiction