Christine Brooke-Rose entry: Overview screen.
By August 1986
CBR published with Carcanet
her extraordinary Xorandor
, a computer novel—not just about computers but partly written in programming language.
By November 1991
CBR completed her "Intercom Quartet" of novels
with the publication of Textermination
(a title she had been persuaded by her publisher not to use for what became Thru
CBR published Invisible Author: Last Essays
, intended as an analysis of the "seemingly new irrelevance of criticism," drawing her examples from her own work purely for reasons of convenience.
21 March 2012
CBR died at the age of eighty-nine. Her publisher announced the death publicly online, but did not disclose whether it occurred at her home in the village of Cabrières d'Avignon
, or elsewhere.