Felix Gilman was born in London and grew up in the south London suburbs. He attended school in Sevenoaks, Kent, and read history at Oxford for three years, then got a masters degree in Elizabethan stuff, graduating in 1996. After working briefly for a small London publisher, he moved to the U.S. to live with his wife, Sarah. They resided in Washington D.C. for a couple of years starting in 2000, where he worked as a writer for a telecommunications business publication. He then attended Harvard Law School. He has worked for the federal courts in New York and in private practice.
Felix Gilman recommends
Never Knew Another (2011)
(Dogsland Trilogy, book 1)
J M McDermott
"Never Knew Another is a weird but perfectly formed koan of identity, memory, loss and loneliness. Dark, moving and unique."
A Country of Ghosts (2014)
"This is a fierce, intelligent, hopeful book - a fantasy (of sorts) of unusual seriousness, humanity, and wit."
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