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James Brogden



James Brogden was born in Manchester in 1969, and lives with his wife and two daughters in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, where he teaches English. His short stories have been published by the Big Issue, the British Fantasy Societys Dark Horizons, Alchemy Press and Anachron Press. His first novel, 'The Narrows', was published by Snowbooks in 2012, and the follow-up - 'Tourmaline' - in 2013.

His most recent work is the sequel to 'Tourmaline' called 'The Realt.'

When he's not writing or trying to teach children how to, he gets out into the mountains whenever he can, exploring the remains of Britain's prehistoric past and hunting for standing stones. Fortunately they don't run very fast.
 


Genres: Horror
 
Series
Tourmaline
   1. Tourmaline (2013)
   2. The Realt (2015)
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Novels
   The Narrows (2012)
   Hekla's Children (2017)
   The Hollow Tree (2018)
   The Plague Stones (2019)
   Bone Harvest (2020)
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Collections
   Evocations (2015)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   The Cache (2020)
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Series contributed to
Warhammer Horror
   The Accursed (2021) (with others)
   The Resting Places (2023) (with others)
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Books containing stories by James Brogden
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Cursed (2020)
edited by
Paul Kane and Marie O'Regan
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The Alchemy Press Book of Horrors (2018)
(Alchemy Press Book of Horrors, book 1)
edited by
Peter Coleborn and Jan Edwards

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Award nominations
2020 British Fantasy Award for Best Horror Novel (nominee) : The Plague Stones


James Brogden recommends
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The Hollows (2022)
Daniel Church
"The Hollows grabs you by the throat from the first page and doesn't let up. Church has crafted a masterful action-horror in which small town evil meets aeons-buried horror and the personal stakes are just as powerfully rendered as the cosmic ones."
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Never the Wind (2022)
Francesco Dimitri
"Damn, this is good. This is the kind of fantasy that I wish I could write, and I am awestruck."
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The War in the Dark (2018)
(War in the Dark, book 1)
Nick Setchfield
"A compelling fusion of Bond-era espionage and occult horror."

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