Authors

Welcome to the Fox Spirit Author Pages, where you will find more information about Fox Spirit Writers and who appears in our collections. 

 

The Long List

Exactly what it says on the tin. Here is the long list of the writers we have worked with over the years. Last updated January 2017 While Fox Spirit works with a lot of new voices that you may not have heard of, we have also been lucky enough to Read more →

Anthology Authors

We have done a lot of anthologies here at Fox Spirit and wanted to make it easier for you to find out about the various authors involved in those titles. 

Alec McQuay

Alec McQuay is a horror, fantasy and science fiction writer hailing from Cornwall in the south-west of England; an area renowned for natural outstanding beauty and the worst internet connections in the country. Capable of going off at odd tangents, bizarre flights of fantasy and generally being incapable of taking Read more →

Colin F Barnes

Colin F. Barnes is a writer of dark and daring fiction. He takes his influence from everyday life, and the weird happenings that go on in the shadowy locales of Essex in the UK. Colin likes to blend genres and is currently working on a Cyberpunk/Techthriller serial ‘The Tehcxorcist.’ which Read more →

G Clark Hellery

Geraldine Clark Hellery grew up surrounded by books. Saturday mornings would be spent at the book shop, while Saturday afternoons would be spent in a faraway land. Raised on a diet of Nancy Drew and pancakes, her passion for creative writing blossomed. Travelling the world fed her imagination, filling it with ideas Read more →

Joyce Chng

Singaporean, but with a global outlook, Joyce Chng write science fiction and fantasy, YA and urban fantasy. Her fiction has appeared in theApex Book of World SF II, We See A Different Frontier, Visibility Fiction, Crossed Genres and Bards & Sages, to name a few. Her urban fantasy novels are written under her pseudonym, J. Damask (which Read more →

K.A. Laity

  K. A. Laity is the award-winning author of A Cut-Throat Business, Lush Situation, Owl Stretching, Unquiet Dreams, À la Mort Subite, The Claddagh Icon, Chastity Flame, Pelzmantel and Other Medieval Tales of Magic and Unikirja, as well as editor ofWeird Noir and Noir Carnival. Her bibliography is chock full of short stories, humor pieces, plays and essays, both scholarly and popular. She spent the Read more →

Margrét Helgadóttir

Margrét Helgadóttir Quick Q&A Tell us one thing you loved or found fascinating about a place you have lived. I’ve been so lucky to live several places in Africa as a child and huge chunks of my heart is left there. What I both loved most and hated most, was Read more →

Sarah Cawkwell

Sarah is a freelance author hailing originally from the South of England, but who, after not taking a left turn at Albuquerque, now finds herself in the North East. Her first sci-fi novel, ‘The Gildar Rift’ was published by the Black Library in December 2011 and her first fantasy novel Read more →

Steve Lockley

Quick Q&A Tell us one thing you loved or found fascinating about a place you have lived. Beaches. I’ve lived close to the sea for 30 years after growing up right in the middle of the country and while the sea itself holds no great attraction, the kind of things Read more →

V.C.Linde

V.C. Linde writes poetry and prose in her Staffordshire home where she is surrounded by books and a rebellious garden. She has a degree in politics, which makes her especially good at making things up and writing them down. She won the 2012 New York Times Found Poetry competition and has been published in Read more →

Vincent Holland-Keen

Vincent Holland-Keen has joined Fox Spirit with his novel ‘An Alternative History of Balesley Green’ which will be coming out from Fox Spirit Books. Balesley is a darkly comic novel about the things that can happen in an apparently sleepy village in the English countryside. ‘When we were kids, this Read more →

Alasdair Stuart

Alasdair Stuart has hosted the Parsec-award winning horror fiction podcast Pseudopod (www.pseudopod.org) for the last six years. His love for the old Valentine Dyall, and later Mark Gatiss, fronted Man in Black radio series has uniquely equipped him to be the weekly host of such nerve-shredding horror. That and growing Read more →

Chloe Yates

Chloë Yates writes odd stories (she’ll have a bash at anything, given half a chance). English born, she currently lives in the middle of Switzerland with her bearded paramour, Mr Y, and their disapproving dog, Miss Maudie, surrounded by books, effigies of owls, and the great god Ganesh. She’s currently working on her Read more →

Graham Wynd

A writer of bleakly noirish tales with a bit of grim humour, Graham Wynd can be found in Dundee but would prefer you didn’t come looking. An English professor by day, Wynd grinds out darkly noir prose between trips to the local pub. (Graham is camera shy, so this street is filling in for Read more →

Hardeep Sangha

Hardeep was born in the city of Wolverhampton, on the very day, one hundred years prior, legendary gunslinger Doc Holliday dropped former army scout Mike Gordon with one flawless shot. He currently resides in Leicester, where he spends the majority of his day perfecting the art of the quick draw, Read more →

Jo Thomas

  Jo Thomas writes speculative fiction, tending towards dark fantasy. She has taken the advice “write what you know” to heart and, as a result, werewolves now turn up in the strangest places. (None were harmed in the writing of “25 Ways To Kill A Werewolf” but friendly vets were pumped for advice.) To Read more →

Ren Warom

Ren’s a writer of weird things, not known for an ability to fit into boxes of any description. Published in various places, including anthologies by the fabulous FoxSpirit and Anachron presses, and THIS IS HOW YOU DIE, from Grand Central publishing. Represented by the fabulous Jennifer Udden of Donald Maass Read more →

Steven Savile

Steven Savile has written for Doctor Who, Torchwood, Primeval, Stargate, Warhammer, Slaine, Fireborn, Pathfinder, Arkham Horror, Risen, and other popular game and comic worlds. His novels have been published in eight languages to date, including the Italian bestseller L’eridita. He won the International Media Association of Tie-In Writers award for his Primeval Read more →

 

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