b. 1935, Britain, d. 25 August 1995. The writer of over 50 paperback technology fiction books, John Brunner deserves acknowledgement also for his contribution to well-known music. Two of his even more ‘severe’ books, Stand On Zanzibar as well as the Sheep RESEARCH, won major worldwide literary awards in the 70s. Brunner was also a lifelong lover of folk and additional musics. He modified his poem, ‘The H-Bomb’s Thunder’, to the original tune ‘Miner’s Lifeguard’, and noticed it end up being the unofficial anthem from the Marketing campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). Many of his tunes were released by Sing publication as well as the CND newspapers, Sanity. A publication of such tunes, A FRESH Settlement Of Aged Scores, was released to coincide using the 1983 Technology Fiction Meeting, where he was the visitor of honour. After marrying Marjorie Sauer in 1958, Brunner continued to be energetic within CND as well as the London folk picture. After shifting to Somerset they setup the South Petherton folk event together, a meeting that survived him, as will second wife LiYi Tan, whom he wedded in 1991 after Marjorie’s loss of life in 1986.