John A. Underwood writes space opera and short speculative fiction. Influences on John’s writing include Frank Herbert, Isaac Asimov, Iain M. Banks, and Alastair Reynolds.

Revolt on Vesta by John A. Underwood
Revolt on Vesta

His work includes The Voidstrider Saga, an on-going space opera adventure series. To learn more about this series, visit the Voidstrider Saga sub-page.

and other stories
Dreaming the Life

His other work includes the story collection Dreaming the Life and other stories, a collection of eight tales of speculative fiction which has been described as “mind-bending.”

Under the name Johnson Underwood, John also writes absurd sci-fi/fantasy with a caustic, satirical outlook. His influences include Philip K. Dick, John Brunner, and Harry Harrison.

The Adventures of Jimmy Stick by Johnson Underwood
The Adventures of Jimmy Stick

The Adventures of Jimmy Stick has been called “thoughtful … comic relief for the anxieties of the modern day…” and “f***ing ridiculous.” To learn more, visit the Johnson Underwood sub-page.