Steven Pirie

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Steven Pirie is an English writer of horror, fantasy and humour based in Liverpool.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Digging up Donald (Immanion Press, 2004)
  • Burying Brian (Immanion Press, forthcoming 2010)[2]

Short stories[edit]

  • Rogers' Cold Fusion (Planet Relish Magazine, 2003)
  • What Goes Up (The Phone Book, 2003)
  • A Foot in Alpha Centauri's Door (Planet Relish Magazine, 2003)
  • Roger's Shoe, or Hat, or Dog (The Dark Krypt, 2003)
  • An Old Problem (The Phone Book, 2003)
  • Susan's Eyes (Flash Me Magazine, 2003)
  • The Kiss (Flashquake Magazine, 2003)
  • Colquitt's High-energy Trousers (Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, 2003)
  • Spartacus (Alien Skin Magazine, 2003)
  • Bob, and Clair, and the Meaning of Life (Whispers of Wickedness magazine, 2004)
  • A Small Box of Rat Poison (Whispers of Wickedness online, 2004)
  • Titan's Teashop (Whispers of Wickedness online, 2004)
  • And God Saw That It Was... (Whispers of Wickedness online, 2004)
  • The Soup in Uncle Norman's Beard (Tryst, 2005)
  • The Black Arts of Mrs Beelzebub From Number Six (The Mammoth Book of New Comic Fantasy, 2005)
  • Colquitt's High-energy Trousers (The Mammoth Book of New Comic Fantasy, 2005)
  • The Two Funereal Urns of Mrs Tate (Whispers of Wickedness magazine, 2005)
  • Mrs Mathews is Afraid of Cricket Bats (Dark Doorways, 2006)
  • An Occasional Card (Tryst, 2006)
  • Harry, the Wife, and Mrs Robson, Hell's Temptress from Number Six (Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine 24, 2006)
  • Mary's Gift, the Stars, and Frank's Pisser (Zencore, Nemonymous 7, 2007)
  • Of Kate, and Love, and the Faraway Door (AfterburnSF, 2007)
  • To Pull a Child from a Woman (Sein und Werden, 2007)
  • Bob, and Clair, and the Meaning of Life (Ink Magazine, 2007)
  • Lucy's Flower (The Horror Express 6, 2007)
  • Night Dreaming (The Future Fire, 2008)
  • The Love Ship Guide to Seduction in Zero Gravity (Murky Depths, 2008)
  • Leonard Rom (Premonitions, 2008)
  • The Book of Ruth (Black Static, 2008)
  • The Love Ship Guide to Seduction in Zero Gravity (Galaxies, 2009)
  • When Norman Dreamed (Sonar 4 Horror and Science Fiction Anthology, 2009)
  • Ruth's Dying Breath in the Night (Necrotic Tissue, 2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ see 'Interview with Steven Pirie' by Peter Tennant in Whispers of Wickedness issue 12, 2006 (archived at [1]), and author's website at [2]
  2. ^ See author's blog at [3] and featured profile at [4]

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