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Garry (Douglas) Kilworth is a varied and prolific writer who has travelled widely since childhood, living in a number of countries, especially in the Far East. His books include science fiction and fantasy, historical novels, literary novels, short story collections, children's books and film novelisations.
This autobiography contains anecdotes about his farm worker antecedents and his rovings around the globe, as well as his experiences in the middle list of many publishing houses. The style is chatty, the structure loose - pole vaulting time and space on occasion - and the whole saga is an entertaining ramble through a 1950s childhood, foreign climes and the genre corridors of the literary world.
"Kilworth is a master of his trade."- Punch
"Garry Kilworth is arguably the finest writer of short fiction today, in any genre."- New Scientist
"Kilworth is one of the most significant writers in the English language." - Fear
Memories of the Flying Ball Bike Shop - Garry Kilworth£0.79Add to Basket
Understand the one you hate. What did the old Chinese man smoke? He smoked his enemy...
Phoenix Man - Garry Kilworth£1.99Add to Basket
Thirteen eclectic stories of discovery and wonder - five of them original to this collection - from a writer described by New Scientist as "the best short story writer in any genre".
The Sculptor - Garry Kilworth£0.79Add to Basket
Cunning and elegant short fiction, a winner of the Interzone readers' poll for best story of the year.
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On my way to Samarkand: memoirs of a travelling writer - Garry Douglas Kilworth£2.99Add to Basket
Garry Kilworth's autobiography includes anecdotes and reminiscences on family history, travels and his experiences in publishing.
Warm Words & Otherwise: A Blizzard of Book Reviews - John Grant£2.99 £1.99Add to Basket
Over 150,000 words of book reviews, many of full essay length, by the two-time Hugo winning and World Fantasy Award-winning co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Fantasy.