C. J. Hopkins

C. J. Hopkins is an award-winning playwright, novelist, and political satirist. His plays have been produced internationally at theatres and festivals including Riverside Studios (London), 59E59 Theaters (New York), Belvoir St. Theatre (Sydney), Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh), the Du Maurier World Stage Festival (Toronto), Needtheater (Los Angeles), 7 Stages (Atlanta), English Theater Berlin, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Adelaide Fringe, Brighton Festival, and Noorderzon Festival (the Netherlands), among others.

His writing awards include the 2002 First of the Scotsman Fringe Firsts, Scotsman Fringe Firsts in 2002 and 2005, and the 2004 Best Play of the Adelaide Fringe.

His political satire and commentary has appeared on NPR Berlin, in CounterPunch, ColdType, and other publications, and has been widely translated. His debut novel, Zone 23, was published in 2017 by Snoggsworthy, Swaine & Cormorant.

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Six years after the collapse of “the Feed”—the futuristic Internet wired into people's brains—due to a surprise attack on humanity by mysterious, homicidal body snatchers, Tom, Kate, their daughter