John Hands

John Hands devoted more than ten years to evaluating scientific theories about human evolution from the origin of the universe, resulting in the award-winning COSMOSAPIENS, published in the UK, USA, Germany, China, Spain, Korea, and Romania. He graduated in science from the University of London, and then founded the Society for Co-operative Dwellings, published Housing Co-operatives, and scripted, directed, and presented a documentary More Than a Place to Live for BBC2 Television. He was the founding Director of the UK Government’s Co-operative Housing Agency. His three critically acclaimed novels, Perestroika Christi, Darkness at Dawn, and Brutal Fantasies were published in the UK and USA, while Perestroika Christi was also published in Germany, Brazil, Russia, Hungary, Poland, and Ukraine. He was Royal Literary Fund Fellow at University College London for 5 years. Previously he had taught physics for Britain’s Open University for 4 years.