Martin Millar

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Martin Millar
Born Glasgow, Scotland
Pen name Martin Scott
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Period 1987 - present
Genre Pulp noir, Fantasy
Notable awards World Fantasy Award, 2000

Martin Millar is a Scottish writer from Glasgow, now resident in London. He also writes the Thraxas series of fantasy novels under the pseudonym Martin Scott.

The novels he writes as Martin Millar dwell on urban decay and British sub-cultures, and the impact these have on a range of characters, both realistic and supernatural. There are elements of magical realism, and the feeling that the boundary between real life and the supernatural is not very thick. Most of them are set in Brixton, Millar's one-time place of residence. Many are at least semi-autobiographical, and Love and Peace with Melody Paradise and Suzy, Led Zeppelin and Me both feature Millar himself as a character.

As Martin Scott his Thraxas novels are a fusion of traditional high fantasy and pulp noir thrillers.

In 2000, he won the World Fantasy Award for best novel with his book Thraxas.[1]




Contains Lux the Poet, Ruby and the Stone Age Diet and The Good Fairies of New York.

Graphic novels[edit]

Novelisation for film[edit]


Short stories included in[edit]

  • Disco Biscuits
  • Disco 2000

Novels under the name Martin Scott[edit]

  • Thraxas (winner of the 2000 World Fantasy Award)
  • Thraxas and the Warrior Monks
  • Thraxas at the Races
  • Thraxas and the Elvish Isles
  • Thraxas and the Sorcerers
  • Thraxas and the Dance of Death
  • Thraxas at War
  • Thraxas Under Siege
  • Thraxas and the Ice Dragon
  • Thraxas and the Oracle


  1. ^ "2000 World Fantasy Award Winners". Archived from the original on 2001-01-19. Retrieved 2008-04-10. 
  2. ^ " / news". Retrieved 2009-08-20. 
  3. ^ " / news". Retrieved 2013-10-18. 

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