Hal Duncan

Hal Duncan

Hal Duncan is a Scottish science fiction and fantasy writer based in Glasgow. A graduate of Glasgow University, his first book, Vellum, about a war between heaven and hell, was released in 2005. It has since been translated into several other languages and nominated to the World Fantasy Award and Locus Award. Ink, the follow up, was released in 2007.

Picture: Hal Duncan in Polcon 2007. Photo by Szymon Sokół. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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Edited: Seregil of Rhiminee November 25, 2014
Book Covers
Vellum (The Book of All Hours #1)6.54
Ink (The Book of All Hours #2)7.48
Escape from Hell!6.76
An A–Z of the Fantastic City
Caledonia Dreamin'
Die, Vampire, Die!
Fabbles: 0.5
The Taking of the Stamp
Rhapsody: Notes on Strange Fictions
The Boy Who Loved Death
Susurrus on Mars
The Land of Somewhere Safe

Speculative Fiction Novels (12)

2018 | fantasy

2017 | science fiction, fantasy

2015 | fantasy, horror, short stories

2015 | fantasy

2014 | fantasy, short stories

2013 | horror

2013 | fantasy, short stories

2013 | fantasy
(The Book of All Hours)
2013 | science fiction, fantasy, short stories

2008 | fantasy
(The Book of All Hours #2)
2007 | science fiction, fantasy
(The Book of All Hours #1)
2005 | science fiction, fantasy

Comics and Anthology (1)

2013 | science fiction, fantasy, horror, anthology

Others non-spefi books (2)

2014 | non-fiction

2012 | non-fiction