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David Wellington


USA flag (b.1971)

aka David Chandler, D Nolan Clark

David Wellington was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where George Romero shot his classic zombie films. He attended Syracuse University and received an MFA in creative writing from Penn State. He now lives in New York City with his wife Elisabeth and dog Mary Shelley.
 

Genres: Horror, Science Fiction
 
Series
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Laura Caxton
   1. 13 Bullets (2007)
   2. 99 Coffins (2007)
   3. Vampire Zero (2008)
   4. 23 Hours (2009)
   5. 32 Fangs (2012)
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Werewolf Tale
   1. Frostbite (2009)
     aka Cursed
   2. Overwinter (2010)
     aka Ravaged
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Novels
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Collections
   Shifters (2013) (with Terry Alexander, Mandy DeGeit, Kris Freestone, Aaron Gudmunson, Tara Hall, Tara Fox Hall, Dane Hatchell, Robert Helmbrecht, Christian A Larsen, Adam Millard, Doug Murano, Brent Nichols, Cameron Suey, D Ward, D Alexander Ward and Jay Wilburn)
   Whose Future Is It? (2018) (with Steven Barnes, Alex de Campi, Tananarive Due, Brian Evenson, Porpentine Charity Heartscape, Richard Larson, Sarah Pinsker and Shweta Taneja)
   Leaders of the Pack (2020) (with Thomas Emson, Ray Garton, Jonathan Janz, T W Piperbrook, Graeme Reynolds, Glenn Rolfe, Matt Serafini, Jeff Strand and David Watkins)
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Novellas
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Awards
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (2020) : The Last Astronaut


David Wellington recommends
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Life Sentence (2008)
(Dying To Live, book 2)
Kim Paffenroth
"A thinking man's zombie novel."
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The Seven Visitations of Sydney Burgess (2021)
Andy Marino
"Equal parts surreal and hyper-real, darkly hypnotic. Marino puts his main character's throbbing heart on full display and we are swept along on the dark journey into waters both mystical and terrifying. With every new revelation, the dread just mounts and mounts to the mind-shattering conclusion."
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Dead Silence (2022)
S A Barnes
"The richly realized world that S.A. Barnes creates draws us in, and the relatable characters charm us. The dread mounts to a powerful conclusion."

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