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Hal Duncan


(Alasdair Duncan)
Scotland (b.1971)

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 by Pan in summer 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 February 2007.
 

Genres: Science Fiction
 
Series
Book of All Hours
   1. Vellum (2005)
   2. Ink (2007)
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Fabbles
   Fabbles: 1 (2013)
   1. A Scruffian Feastiary (2017)
   2. A Scruffian Survival Guide (2017)
   A Scruffian Primer (2017)
   3. A Scruffian Funferal (2018)
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Novels
   Escape From Hell! (2009)
   Testament (2015)
   The Boy Who Loved Death (2015)
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Collections
   Sybil's Garage No. 7 (2010) (with M K Hobson)
   Songs for the Devil and Death (poems) (2011)
   Errata (2013)
   Scruffians! (2014)
   Sodom / New Sodom (poems) (2017)
   Susurrus on Mars (2017)
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Plays
   Nowhere Town (2013)
   Sodom! The Musical (2013)
   Whatever the Fuck You Want (2013)
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Novellas and Short Stories
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Anthologies edited
   Caledonia Dreamin (2013) (with Chris Kelso)
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Non fiction
   An A to Z of the Fantastic City (2012)
   Rhapsody (2014)
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Hal Duncan recommends
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The Engine's Child (2008)
Holly Phillips
"Rich prose and vivid imagery... a great fusion of literary fantasy and immersive adventure."
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Scar Night (2006)
(Deepgate Codex, book 1)
Alan Campbell
"A gripping, ripping yarn which rattles along at a great pace... fantasy at its best."

Anthologies containing stories by Hal Duncan
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Thirty Years of Rain (2016)
edited by
Elaine Gallagher, Cameron Johnston and Neil Williamson
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X Marks the Spot (2016)
Celebrating the First 10 Years of NewCon Press
edited by
Ian Whates

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