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Alan J. Porter (born in Sale, Greater Manchester, England in October 1959, now resident in central Texas) is a writer of high adventure fiction, pop culture reference books, and comics. His high adventure short stories and novellas feature classic characters such as Sherlock Holmes and Allan Quatermain, as well as his own new-pulp characters Lotus Ronin, and The Raven. His pop-culture non-fiction work has featured properties such as Batman, Star Trek, The Beatles, and James Bond.

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  • Alan J. Porter (born in Sale, Greater Manchester, England in October 1959, now resident in central Texas) is a writer of high adventure fiction, pop culture reference books, and comics. His high adventure short stories and novellas feature classic characters such as Sherlock Holmes and Allan Quatermain, as well as his own new-pulp characters Lotus Ronin, and The Raven. His pop-culture non-fiction work has featured properties such as Batman, Star Trek, The Beatles, and James Bond.
  • Alan J. Porter (born October 1959) is a writer of high adventure fiction, pop culture reference books, and comics. Porter was born in Sale, Greater Manchester, England, and is now a resident of central Texas. His high adventure short stories and novellas feature classic characters such as Sherlock Holmes and Allan Quatermain, as well as his own new-pulp characters Lotus Ronin, and The Raven. His pop-culture non-fiction work has featured properties such as Batman, Star Trek, The Beatles, and James Bond.
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  • Alan J. Porter (born in Sale, Greater Manchester, England in October 1959, now resident in central Texas) is a writer of high adventure fiction, pop culture reference books, and comics. His high adventure short stories and novellas feature classic characters such as Sherlock Holmes and Allan Quatermain, as well as his own new-pulp characters Lotus Ronin, and The Raven. His pop-culture non-fiction work has featured properties such as Batman, Star Trek, The Beatles, and James Bond. He has also written comics for Tokyopop, BOOM Studios, Marvel, Disney, and Kid Domino as well as several custom corporate and educational comics. He is also the author of several business books and in 2016 was recognized as one of the Top 25 Content Strategists and a Digital Transformation industry thought leader by CMSWire for whom he also writes a monthly column. He is a regular blogger on various aspects of Customer Experience Management and a regular speaker on the subject at various industry conferences. He has a lifelong passion for motorsport and is an occasional competitor in SCCA autocross events, and is the co-host of the Open Wheel podcast covering Formula One and IndyCar,
  • Alan J. Porter (born October 1959) is a writer of high adventure fiction, pop culture reference books, and comics. Porter was born in Sale, Greater Manchester, England, and is now a resident of central Texas. His high adventure short stories and novellas feature classic characters such as Sherlock Holmes and Allan Quatermain, as well as his own new-pulp characters Lotus Ronin, and The Raven. His pop-culture non-fiction work has featured properties such as Batman, Star Trek, The Beatles, and James Bond. He has also written comics for Tokyopop, BOOM Studios, Marvel, Disney, and Kid Domino as well as several custom corporate and educational comics. He is also the author of several business books and in 2016 was recognized as one of the Top 25 Content Strategists and a Digital Transformation industry thought leader by CMSWire for whom he also writes a monthly column. He is a regular blogger on various aspects of Customer Experience Management and a regular speaker on the subject at various industry conferences. He has a lifelong passion for motorsport and is an occasional competitor in SCCA autocross events, and is the co-host of the Open Wheel podcast covering Formula One and IndyCar,
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