Douglas Thompson

Douglas Thompson

Douglas Thompson’s short stories have appeared in a wide range of magazines and anthologies, most recently Albedo One, Ambit, Postscripts, and New Writing Scotland. He won the Grolsch/Herald Question of Style Award in 1989 and second prize in the Neil Gunn Writing Competition in 2007. His first book, Ultrameta, was published by Eibonvale Press in August 2009, nominated for the Edge Hill Prize, and shortlisted for the BFS Best Newcomer Award, and since then he has published four subsequent novels, Sylvow (Eibonvale, 2010), Apoidea (The Exaggerated Press, 2011), Mechagnosis (Dog Horn, 2012), Entanglement (Elsewhen Press, 2012) and has two forthcoming in 2014, The Brahan Seer and Volwys, from Acair Publishing and Dog Horn respectively. The Rhymer is his eighth novel.


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Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee November 27, 2014
Book Covers
Ultrameta
Sylvow
Blind Swimmer
Apoidea
Entanglement
Mechagnosis
The Rhymer: an Heredyssey
The Brahan Seer
Volwys & Other Stories
The Sleep Corporation: The Collected Short Stories of Douglas Thompson
At the Witch Stones
The Fallen West
The Suicide Machine
Dreams of a Dead Country7.34
Barking Circus

Speculative Fiction Novels (12)


2020 | science fiction

2019 | science fiction, fantasy

2018 | science fiction

2018 | science fiction, horror, mainstream

2015 | science fiction, horror, short stories

2014 | science fiction, short stories

2014 | science fiction

2012 | science fiction

2012 | science fiction

2011 | science fiction

2010 | science fiction, horror

2009 | science fiction

Comics and Anthology (1)


2010 | science fiction, fantasy, horror, anthology

Others non-spefi books (2)


2018

2014 | history, mainstream