Kim Newman is an award-winning writer, critic, journalist and broadcaster who lives in London.
He is a contributing editor to the UK film magazine Empire, and writes its popular monthly segment, “Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon”. He also writes for assorted publications including “Video Watchdog” (‘The Perfectionist’s Guide to Fantastic Video’), The Guardian, and Sight & Sound.
On British and Irish radio and television channels Kim is the go-to expert on all matters related to film and television popular culture, with the horror genre as a particular area of specialisation.
His horror novels and short stories have won a number of industry ‘bests’, including the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel (for his best-selling Anno Dracula).
Under the pen name Jack Yeovil, he wrote a series of entertaining dark fantasy novels set in the Warhammer universe, and a series of science fiction apocalyptic horror novels known as Dark Future.
Kim also writes award-winning non-fiction books focused on popular culture, film, and television, with his most recent being a comprehensive overview of the horror film industry, Nightmare Movies: Forty Years of Fear (Bloomsbury).
You can keep up-to-date with Kim’s events and writing via this web site.
Please check the contact page for Information on how to get in touch with him regarding work-related queries.