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Steven Savile


UK flag (1969 - )

Steven Savile is a British fantasy, horror and thriller writer, and editor living in Stockholm, Sweden. His published work includes novels and numerous short stories in magazines and anthologies.

Savile supports the London-based football club Tottenham Hotspur.
 
Series
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Lazarus Initiative (with David Sakmyster)
1. N.D.E. (2011)
 
Fireborn
1. Each Ember's Ghost (2012)
 
Dane Maddock Origins
4. Dead Ice (2014) (with David Wood)
The Dane Maddock Origins Omnibus 1 (omnibus) (2016) (with Rick Chesler, Sean Ellis and David Wood)
 
Infinite Frontiers
1. Stellaris (2016)
 
Byron Tibor (with Sean Black)
3. Winter's Rage (2017)
 
Ogimos: The Origins
Argo (2017)
Shining Ones (2017)
 
Novels
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Collections
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Novellas
 
Series contributed to
 
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Anthologies edited
Scaremongers 2 (1998)
Elemental (2006) (with Alethis Kontis)
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Non fiction
 
Anthologies containing stories by Steven Savile
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Short stories
Meek (1997)
Byker Burning (1998)
Remember Me Yesterday (1999)British Fantasy Society (nominee)


Awards
British Fantasy Society Best Collection nominee (1999) : Icarus Descending
British Fantasy Society Best Short Story nominee (1999) : Remember Me Yesterday


Steven Savile recommends

Sudden Threat (2008)
(Threat, book 1)
A J Tata
"A chilling glance into the dark heart of fundamentalism, A.J. Tata captures perfectly the new paranoia of our time. The threat is huge, the action exhilerating. Tata stands at the forefront of the new breed of thriller writers. This is the stuff our fears are made of - Brilliant."
Silver and Gold
Silver and Gold (2009)
David Sakmyster
"Silver and Gold has got it all, a white hot plot to set your pulse racing, fascinating historical adventure, and a truly unforgettable hero. Sakmyster's story will capture your heart, and then wrench it. Glorious stuff."

Torment (2011)
Jeremy Bishop
"A thought-provoking gorefest that turns the genre on its head."

Hekla's Children (2017)
James Brogden
"Brogdan's words have a way of getting under your skin. From the brilliantly creepy first line to the haunting last Hekla's Children had me in its thrall. "


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