A.I. Fabler is the pen name of a New Zealand-born author who has spent a large part of his working life in London, New York and Sydney, initially in journalism and advertising, before moving into senior corporate roles in property development and financing. Now writing fiction full time, he is the recipient of a number of screenwriting awards, and his political satire, “Agenda 2060: The Future as It Happens” was published in 2021, described by Kirkus Reviews as ‘A laser-focused, irresistible lampoon of woke culture’. Book Two in the “Agenda 2060” series is due out mid-2023. His literary suspense novel,"The Seed of Corruption", published in late 2022 is set in Vietnam during the 2003 SARS epidemic and deals with Big Pharma and state corruption. Fabler's latest novel (Jan 2023), "A Song for Leonard", is a noir murder mystery set in seventies New York. He is the recipient of the 2017 Empire Award for Screenwriting Drama and winner of the 2022 IRDA Discovery Award for Popular Fiction.