Which is harder: seeing your own future -- or truly knowing your past? A science fiction tale of Christmases past and yet to come.
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Paul Cornell is a British writer of television, comics, short stories, and novels. He is well-known for his prose and screenplay work within the Doctor Who franchise, including the Hugo-nominated episodes "Father's Day" (2005) and "Human Nature"/"The Family of Blood" (2007). Short stories by him were Hugo Award finalists in 2010 and 2012, and his latest novel London Falling will appear in early 2013.