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Ian McDonald (1960-) is an award-winning British science fiction novelist, living in Belfast. His themes include nanotechnology, postcyberpunk settings, and the impact of rapid social and technological change on non-Western societies.
As his many nominations and awards show, McDonald has built a considerable career and is increasingly widely admired both in developed nations and in the developing nations whose cultures often feature in his work. His 1990s 'Chaga Saga' is particularly notable for its analysis of the AIDS crisis in Africa, and his most recent works, River of Gods (2004), set in mid-twenty-first-century India, and Brasyl (2007), collocating the eighteenth and twenty-first centuries in Lusophone South America, extend McDonald's powerful attention to SF as a discourse intimate with colonialism