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Phoenix Kaspian is an engineer in the fields of mechanical, electrical and structural design. Phoenix currently works for a manufacturing company; building skyscraper interiors, hydrogen-powered vans, and ethical computing systems. Phoenix has collaborated with visionaries like Steve Jobs, and his work has appeared on the front page of The New York Times, and The Financial Times.

Phoenix is the author of two major books on design, written under his previous name 'Chris Stevens'. These books are published across the world by John Wiley & Sons, and are available in all good bookstores. Phoenix is the author of a novel Ash (2024), and a smash-hit independent documentary Repeat After Me (2016). Phoenix also adapted Klara Kali's screenplay, Consent (2020) into a novel.

Phoenix Kaspian previously worked as a scientist for The Castalia Foundation, founded in 1963 by world-famous philosopher and scientist, Dr Timothy Leary. Phoenix's pioneering research into empathogen–entactogen compounds resulted in his editorship of the popular book MDMA Solo. This book has reached over one-million readers who are self-healing from severe trauma.

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Phoenix Kaspian's novel Ash tells the story of a girl who must play a game of chess to save her father's life. Ash is a complex allegory for our times, exploring ideas of power, evil, strategy, and redemption. Set during the Second World War, Ash invites us to consider whether we are constantly at war, and how to love our way free.

Ash is Phoenix's first novel and represents six years of work. Begun in Berlin, and completed in North America, the book wrestles with the nature of human identity in the face of absolute evil. The protagonist, Amelia, is a little girl who uses her intelligence and bravery to fight her way into the heart of darkness, determined to put right what once went wrong. Click on the book to download It.

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Phoenix Kaspian's novel Ash can be downloaded and shared for free. The novel's themes of love, courage and determination in the face of tyranny, represent a call-to-arms for humanity. Eschewing all commercial self-interest, Phoenix seeks as wide as possible an audience for his work, without discriminating against those who are unable to afford the purchase of a book during this difficult phase in human history.

Ash is a novel that readers of all ages deserve to experience; without restrictions. Phoenix hopes that, in offering Ash for free, those who read the novel will open their minds to the next stage of evolution in human consciousness; one where love and kindness reign supreme. Feel free to share Phoenix's book with anyone you feel might enjoy it.


Phoenix Kaspian trained in acting at the world famous Academy of Dramatic Art in London. He has starred in several short films and narrated one major documentary, Repeat After Me (2016). Phoenix presented the Space Bubble (2008) series which is owned and distributed globally by CBS.

Phoenix wrote, and edited, Repeat After Me (2016). This is the world's most popular documentary on the topic of trauma in politics, reaching an audience of over 200,000 people before Phoenix pulled it from a major streaming platform and self-hosted it. Click here to download Repeat After Me.

Phoenix Kaspian contributes code to several open-source software projects. His work in the open-source arena includes CAD engineering-drafting modules; parametric modeling tools, and secure-systems. Phoenix codes exclusively for free, open-source Linux platforms.


Phoenix Kaspian has formed several bands over the years. He is best-known for Unicorn Lazers, the live dubstep band. Phoenix is lead-singer in Unicorn Lazers and also plays keyboard. Unicorn Lazers has headlined major venues, including the prestigious 100 Club, famous for hosting acts like Muse, Oasis, Chuck Berry, and punk-rock legends The Sex Pistols (1976). Phoenix plays piano, guitar, and drums. Click here to download some of his music.

Phoenix was a journalist for The Telegraph newspaper, writing features on architecture and culture (under his former name, 'Chris Stevens'). Phoenix also wrote a weekly technology column. Later, at The Times newspaper, Phoenix was a staff-writer for infographics. Phoenix won a Guardian Media Award for his investigative journalism on the newspaper Exeposé. Read Phoenix's journalism for Voice of Liberated Children by clicking here.

Phoenix Kaspian designed and edited one of the best-known adaptations of Alice in Wonderland, which shipped over one million copies. Phoenix has also designed and illustrated several videogames, including the popular Kiwanuka (2014). The success of Phoenix's co-production of Alice (2010) led to a major collaboration with Steve Jobs. Phoenix's Alice adaptation was celebrated on the front-page of most newspapers in the world.


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