(1953 - )
Alan Moore is an English writer most famous for his influential work in comics, including the acclaimed graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell. He has also written a novel, Voice of the Fire, and performs "workings" (one-off performance art/spoken word pieces) with The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels, some of which have been released on CD.
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Anthologies containing stories by Alan Moore
|A Hypothetical Lizard (1987)||World Fantasy (nominee)|
|Light of Thy Countenance (1995)|
Alan Moore recommends
"The most original and most consciousness-altering living writer in the English language, not to mention one of the funniest."
What Lies Beneath the Clock Tower (2011)
"Decadence and absinthe along with delicious and dissolute fantasy."
The Vorrh (2012)
(Vorrh Trilogy, book 1)
"Easily the current century's first landmark work of fantasy."
Huck Out West (2017)
"An extraordinary book a beautifully earnest and direct work from perhaps the most formidable trickster in American letters. Anyone with an ounce of heart in their chests should read this immediately."
"Glued precariously together from the documentary fragments of a shattered culture and a fractured psyche, as with Eliot's The Waste Land, Matthew McIntosh's huge and riveting theMystery.doc stakes out its territory in the unbroken ground of a new and unsettling American century. Haunted the same way that contemporary life is haunted--by snapshots and forgotten emails; scraps of dialogue and movie stills--this brave and massively accomplished book is both a savage exorcism and a dazzling celebration of the novel and the human heart, each with their endless possibilities. A transfixing statement in a shimmering new language."
Pale Horse Riding (2017)
"One of Britain's most visionary writers,"
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