Malorie Blackman (1962) received recognition as a British book writer. Her focus area remains television scripts and literature for children or young adults. She used science fiction to explain social issues, society continues to struggle with. The Noughts and Crosses series (2001) for example uses fictional dystopia to investigate the occurrences of racism. She became a systems programmer and earned a Higher National Certificate at Thames Polytechnic. She also graduated from the National Film and Television School. Her first book named Not So Stupid (1990) presented a list of horror and science fiction narratives for young adults. Blackman also published a range of short stories, books, television and stage play scripts. Other books included Doctor Who (2013) and Peacemaker (1999) a short story for children.
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