Scott Harrison (writer)
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18 September 1973 |
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Scott Harrison (born 18 September 1973) is a British novelist, scriptwriter, playwright and editor. Between 2002 and 2005 he was writer-in-residence for the York-based professional theatre company The Dreaming. He also co-produced, and occasionally acted in, several of the productions.
He has written Star Trek books for Simon & Schuster and tie-in novels for games developer Capcom, as well as a number of audio plays and novels for various Big Finish Productions and is currently editing and writing for a new range of short-story anthologies for UK imprint Snowbooks.
In May 2014 the portmanteau audio horror anthology, THIRTEEN, which Harrison devised, edited and wrote the narrating story for, won an Audio Award for best Original Work, while in April of the same year, his audio play Sometime Never, starring Simon Jones and Rosalyn Landor, won the Best Drama Award in New York.
- Blake's 7: Archangel (Big Finish, 2012)
- Remember Me: The Pandora Archive (Capcom, 2013)
- Star Trek: Shadow Of The Machine (Simon & Schuster, 2015)
- The Confessions Of Dorian Gray
- The Houses In Between (2012)
- Blake's 7: The Liberator Chronicles
- Epitaph (2013)
- Hidden Track (2013)
- Sometime Never (2014)
- "The Wintermachine" (2010), in Twelve Days
- "Holding Pattern" (2011), in Faction Paradox: A Romance in Twelve Parts
- "The Chaos Exhibition" (2011), in Voices From The Past
- "The God Of All Machines" (2012), in Resurrection Engines
- "A Silence Between The Sounds" (2013), in Twisted Histories
- "The Last Train To Whitby" (2014), in Beside The Seaside
- "The Madness From The Sea" (2012), in Into The Woods: A Fairytale Anthology
- Eric (2003), (with Lee Harris)
- A Christmas Carol (2003 and 2010)
- The Strange Case Of Doctor Jekyll & Mr Hyde (2003)
- The Antipope (2004) (with Lee Harris)
- The Canterbury Tales (2004)
- Dracula (2004)
- 2014, New York Festival Award, Best Drama: Sometime Never
- 2014, Audie Award, Best Original Work: Thirteen
- "2. Archangel - Blake's 7". Big Finish. Retrieved 2013-01-04.