A. F. Kidd

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A.F. Kidd is the pen name of Chico Kidd. She is a fiction writer born in 1953 in Nottingham, England.

Her first novel was The Printer's Devil. Her short stories have appeared in the collection Summoning Knells, published by Ash Tree Press in 2000. She collaborated with Australian writer Rick Kennett on the collection No. 427 Cheyne Walk: Carnacki, the Untold Stories which continues the adventures of occult investigator Carnacki the Ghost-Finder, originated by William Hope Hodgson. She works in advertising.

In 2017, Kidd's story "Blood and Dust" appeared in Subject Verb Object: An Anthology of New Writing, which was collected by Dane Cobain.[1]

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  1. ^ Cobain, Dane; Torrance, James; Kimmell, Alex; Denham, Neil; Rana-Deshmukh, Amar; Jacobs, Oli; Clay, J. G.; Gower, Chris; Jarvis, Michael-Israel; Miller, J. C.; Brown, Dani; Whitelock, Clive; El-Husseini, Heba; Harris, Pam Elise; Colgan, Stevyn; Anderson, Sharon; Maksym, Eileen; Kidd, Chico (19 April 2017). "Subject Verb Object: An Anthology of New Writing". CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Retrieved 3 June 2017.