Mike Chinn

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Mike Chinn
Born (1954-12-31) 31 December 1954 (age 59)
Birmingham, UK
Pen name Clifton Davies, James Michaels
Occupation Writer, editor.
Nationality British
Genre Horror, Fantasy, Science Fiction

Mike Chinn is a horror, fantasy and comics writer from Birmingham, England.

Chinn has been nominated for the British Fantasy Award for Best Collection and Best Short Story.

He created the Anglerre fantasy series and Robot Kid science fiction books for the Starblazer comic, published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd. Starblazer has been resurrected as a licenced role-playing game from Cubicle 7 Entertainment, entitled Starblazer Adventures. Chinn has contributed to the RPG supplement Legends of Anglerre, based on the Anglerre world and characters that he created for Starblazer.

He has edited two anthologies for the Midlands-based independent publisher The Alchemy Press: Swords Against the Millennium and The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes.

Bibliography[edit]

Comics[edit]

Starblazer[edit]

  • 64 - The Exterminator (1982)
  • 141 - Spaceroamer (1985)
  • 172 - Nightraider (1986)
  • 200 - Demon Sword (1987)
  • 204 - The Robot Kid (1987)
  • 224 - Rune War (1988)
  • 230 - A Plague of Horsemen (1988)
  • 231 - Godstone (1988)
  • 232 - Return of the Robot Kid (1989)
  • 247 - Kayn's Quest (1989)
  • 248 - Tales of the Otherworld (1989)
  • 250 - Sun Prince (1989)
  • 271 - The Triune Warrior (1990)
  • 273 - The Robot Kid Strikes Back! (1990)

The Beano[edit]

  • Billy the Cat

Short Fiction[edit]

  • Designs of the Wizard (Second Dragons pt.1) (Dark Horizons 10, 1974)
  • Shadows of the Weaver (Second Dragons pt.2) (Dark Horizons 12, 1975)
  • The Closing of the Days (Second Dragons pt.3) (Dark Horizons 14, 1976)
  • Sic Transit… (Fantasy Tales 8, 1981)
  • But the Stones Will Stand (Fantasy Tales 10, 1982)
  • The Death-Wish Mandate (Kadath, 1982)
  • Nightfall of a Dying World (Dark Horizons 28, 1985)
  • Thanksgiving Dinner (Winter Chills 2, 1987)
  • The Hollywood Mandate (Fantasy Tales 17, 1987)
  • Castigo (as Clifton Davis) (Mystique 1, 1988)
  • Death's Head (Cosmorama 1, 1988)
  • Day of the Dark Men (Fantasy Tales Vol 12. No.6, 1991)
  • Rescheduled (Final Shadows, 1991)
  • Fair Dues (Dark Horizons 33, 1992)
  • Desktop Priapism on your PCW (Chills 7, 1993)
  • The Blood of Eden (The Mammoth Book of Dracula, 1997)
  • Façades (Phantoms of Venice, 2001)
  • Brindley's Place (Birmingham Noir, 2002)
  • Two Weeks on Saturday (Dark Horizons, 2004)
  • All Beauty Must Die (Dark Horizons, 2007)
  • All Under Hatches Stow’d (Second Black Book of Horror, 2008)
  • Like a Bird (Third Black Book of Horror, 2008)
  • Parlour Games (Tales from the Smoking Room, 2008)
  • Sailors of the Skies (Dark Horizons, 2009)
  • Welcome to the Hotel Marianas (The Bitter End: Tales of Nautical Terror, 2009)
  • Kittens (Raw Terror, 2009)
  • The Appalachian Collection (Back to the Middle of Nowhere, 2010)
  • A Matter of Degree (Null Immortalis (Nemonyous 10), 2010)
  • Be Grateful When You're Dead (Dark Horizons, 2011)
  • Hell Freezes Over (Doomology: The Dawning of Disasters, 2011)
  • Only the Lonely (Dark Valentines, Spring 2011)
  • Cold Rain (Morpheus Tales Urban Horror Special, 2011)
  • Sons of the Dragon (Kzine 1, 2011)
  • Sailors of the Skies, Kindle Edition (The Alchemy Press, 2011)
  • Saving Prince Romero (Unifit for Eden: Postscripts 26/27, 2012)
  • There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight (extended Kindle edition The Paladin Mandates, 2012)

Collections[edit]

  • The Paladin Mandates (The Alchemy Press, 1998)
  • The Paladin Mandates (extended Kindle edition, 2012)

As Editor[edit]

  • Dark Horizons 19–22 (BFS, 1979/80)
  • Mystique - Tales of Wonder (BFS)
  • Outsiders by John Oram (BFS Booklet 22, 1996)
  • Swords Against the Millennium (The Alchemy Press, 2000)
  • The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes (The Alchemy Press, 2012)

Non-Fiction[edit]

  • Not Another Bloody Trilogy! (Dark Horizons 32, 1991)
  • Writing and Illustrating the Graphic Novel (Barron’s Educational, 2004)
  • Create Your Own Graphic Novel Using Digital Techniques (Barron’s Educational, 2006)

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