Simon Clark (novelist)

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Simon Clark
Simon Clark at World Horror Convention 2008.jpg
Born (1958-04-20) April 20, 1958 (age 56)
Doncaster, England
Genres horror

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Simon Clark is a horror novel writer from Doncaster, England. One of his most notable works is the novel The Night of the Triffids.

Clark has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel, World Fantasy Award for Best Novella and British Fantasy Award. In 2001 he won the British Fantasy awards for best short story, "Goblin City Lights", and the aforementioned The Night of the Triffids.

He is also the author of the Doctor Who novella The Dalek Factor.

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Nailed By The Heart (1995)
  • Blood Crazy (1995)
  • Darker (1996)
  • King Blood (1997)
  • Vampyrrhic (1998)
  • The Fall (1998)
  • Judas Tree (1999)
  • Darkness Demands (2001)
  • The Night of the Triffids (2001)
  • Stranger (2002)
  • Vampyrrhic Rites (2003)
  • In This Skin (2004)
  • The Tower (2005)
  • London Under Midnight (2006)
  • Death’s Dominion (2006)
  • This Rage of Echoes (2007)
  • Lucifer's Ark (2007)
  • The Midnight Man (2008)
  • Vengeance Child (2009)
  • Ghost Monster (2009)
  • Whitby Vampyrrhic (2009)

Novellas[edit]

Collections[edit]

  • Blood & Grit (1990)
  • Salt Snake and Other Bloody Cuts (1999)
  • Hotel Midnight (2005)
  • Midnight Bazaar – A Secret Arcade of Strange and Eerie Tales (2007)

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