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Garry Kilworth


(Garry Douglas Kilworth)
UK flag (1941 - )

aka Garry Douglas, Kim Hunter

Garry Douglas Kilworth was born in York and  began travelling the minute his feet hit the ground. As a service brat he was raised in various counties of England, in Aden, and in Singapore. He went to military school at the age of 15 and served in the RAF until 33, in Kenya, Aden, Maldives, Singapore, Hong Kong, Cyprus, Germany and Malta. On leaving the RAF he had his first short story published in the Sunday Times. Novels with Faber and Faber, and Penguin Books, followed shortly afterwards. After working for Cable and Wireless in the Caribbean for 8 years he turned full-time writer and to date has 125 short stories and 70 novels published. He has worked in several genres, including Science Fiction, Fantasy, General Fiction, Children's books, Historical Fiction and Military Crime novels. Garry is still married to Annette, the girl he met when she was 17 and he 19. They have two children, a boy and a girl, now in their forties, and five beloved grandchildren, Alexander being the boy in the photograph. Garry Kilworth's main influences have been: Rudyard Kipling, HG Wells, Julio Cortazar and a whole raft of modern authors, many of them now friends.
 
Novels
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Omnibus
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Collections
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Novellas
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Chapter Books
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Series contributed to
Highlander (as by Garry Douglas)
2. Highlander (1986)
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Anthologies containing stories by Garry Kilworth
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Short stories
Blood Orange
Feral Moon
Filming the Making of the Film of the Making of Fitzcarraldo
Glory of the Seas
Memories of the Flying Ball Bike Shop
The River-Sailor's Wife
Let's Go to Golgotha! (1975)
The Rose Bush (1978)
God's Cold Lips (1979)
Blind Windows (1980)
Lord of the Dance (1980)
The Man Who Collected Bridges (1980)
Almost Heaven (1982)
The Dissemblers (1982)
The Invisible Foe (1982)
Scarlet Fever (1982)
Sumi Dreams of a Paper Frog (1982)
Oubliette (1983)
The Tryst (1983)
The Songbirds of Pain [short story] (1984)
Spiral Sands (1984)
Spiral Winds [short story] (1984)
Image in a Dark Glass (1985)
The Thunder of the Captains (1985)
Angel's Eyes (1986)
The Vivarium (1986)
Doppelganger (1987)
Hogfoot Right and Bird-Hands [short story] (1987)World Fantasy (nominee)
Murderers Walk (1987)
Beyond Byzantium (1988)
The Looking-Glass Man (1988)
On the Watchtower at Plataea (1988)
The Amorous Adventures of Hogfoot Right (1989)
Dogfaerie (1989)
Island with the Stink of Ghosts (1989)
Usurper (1989)
White Noise (1989)
Bronze Casket for a Mummified Shrew-Mouse (1990)
Dark Hills, Hollow Clocks [short story] (1990)
Inside the Walled City (1990)
Networks (1990)
Truman Capote's Trilby: The Facts (1990)
1984 (1992)
The Elevator (1992)
The Sculptor (1992)
Wayang Kulit (1994)
Cherub (1995)
Masterpiece (1995)
The Goatboy and the Giant (1996)
Attack of the Charlie Chaplins (1997)
The Trial of Hansel and Gretel (1997)
Mirrors (1998)


Awards
World Fantasy Best Collection nominee (1985) : The Songbirds of Pain
World Fantasy Best Short Story nominee (1988) : Hogfoot Right and Bird-Hands [short story]
World Fantasy Best Novella winner (1992) : The Ragthorn
World Fantasy Best Collection nominee (1994) : Hogfoot Right and Bird-Hands