David Gullen was born in South Africa. Three years later King Neptune baptised him at the equator when his parents returned to England.
His novel, Shopocalypse, a near-future story of talking cars, shopping and nuclear war, is available from Clarion Publishing (2013). His short fiction has appeared in various magazines and anthologies, one being shortlisted for the James White Award, another, an Aeon Award winner. His collection, Open Waters (theEXAGGERATEDpress), appeared in early 2014. He recently co-edited the charity SF anthology Mind Seed.
David lives with the fantasy writer Gaie Sebold. He is represented by the John Jarrold Agency.