I come from Birmingham, England, and studied philosophy at the University of Manchester.
I published three books in the 1990s: The Most Radical Gesture, which grew out of my doctoral research about the situationists; Zeros and Ones, which offers an alternative, feminist account of the history and nature of digital technology; and Writing on Drugs, which argues that the enormous influence of psychoactive substances on mainstream Western culture makes a nonsense of the so-called 'war on drugs'.
In the last few years I have also supplemented my own writing by translating from German to English.
"We do not think. We do not have ideas... Rather, there is the action of writing..." Bruno Latour, The Pasteurization of France