Simon Clark

Simon Clark

Simon Clark is a horror novel writer from Doncaster, England. One of his most notable works is the novel The Night of the Triffids.

Clark has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel, World Fantasy Award for Best Novella and British Fantasy Award. In 2001 he won the British Fantasy awards for best short story, "Goblin City Lights", and the aforementioned The Night of the Triffids.

He is also the author of the Doctor Who novella The Dalek Factor. Rumour has it that one of his latest novels, King Blood, is being made into a feature film. Several of his characters have been inspired by his teenage daughter, in regards to her headstrong and determined ways.

Links

Simon Clark's official website.
Simon Clark. Wikipedia.

Photo: Simon Clark at World Horror Convention 2008 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo source: Wikimedia Commons.


Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee August 25, 2009
Book Covers
Blood and Grit
Nailed by the Heart
Blood Crazy
Darker
King Blood
Vampyrrhic (Vampyrrhic #1)
The Fall
Salt Snake and Other Bloody Cuts
Judas Tree
Darkness Demands
The Night of the Triffids
Stranger
Exorcising Angels
Vampyrrhic Rites (Vampyrrhic #2)
In This Skin
The Dalek Factor (Doctor Who Novellas #15)
The Tower
Hotel Midnight
London Under Midnight
Death's Dominion
She Loves Monsters
This Rage of Echoes
Midnight Bazaar: A Secret Arcade of Strange and Eerie Tales
Lucifer's Ark
The Midnight Man
Stone Cold Calling
Ghost Monster
Vengeance Child
Whitby Vampyrrhic
Rage Master (Earthling Halloween Series #11)

Speculative Fiction Novels (30)

(Earthling Halloween Series #11)
2015 | horror

2010 | horror

2009 | horror

2009 | horror

2008 | horror

2008 | horror

2008 | horror

2007 | horror

2007 | horror, short stories

2006 | horror

2006 | horror

2006 | horror

2005 | horror

2005 | horror, short stories
(Doctor Who Novellas #15)
2004 | science fiction

2004 | horror
(Vampyrrhic #2)
2003 | horror

2003 | fantasy

2002 | horror

2001 | science fiction

2001 | horror

1999 | horror
(Vampyrrhic #1)
1998 | horror

1998 | horror

1998 | horror, short stories

1997 | horror

1996 | horror

1995 | horror

1995 | horror

1990 | horror, short stories