Roger Byrne, who discovered the two dinosaur fossils
Belfast's very own Jurassic Park, on the Cave Hill
The author trying to interest an actual dinosaur in his book.
Mike Simms, curator at the Ulster Museum, one of the authors of the academic paper on the fossil discovery, with Martin Connolly.
Book Two of the novel is largely set on Cave Hill
James Joyce has taken an interest already
The cast of Faulty Towers in London certainly seemed to take an interest. (The book contains some similar kind of comedy.) A big thank you to M & M, too.
Coincidences with Ken Branagh's film about growing up in Belfast -dinosaurs!
Did Shakespeare write Belfast, with Dinosaurs?
And Star Trek, or science fiction in general
No, he didn't. The other fella did.
The author was delighted to visit a truly great Irish writer, Maeve Kelly. Martin believes her 'Orange Horses' is the best collection of short stories since Joyce's 'Dubliners'. Maeve takes a curious look at 'Belfast, with Dinosaurs'
Martin (Christopher?) & Michael, best friends, and their story forms a major part of the story of 'Belfast, with Dinosaurs'