Kim’s latest collection, The Man from the Diogenes Club, published by MonkeyBrain Books, has been published. Order it from: Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk. In the swinging seventies, Richard Jeperson – secret agent of the Diogenes Club – solves crimes too strange for Britain’s police. His fashion sense is gaudy, his enemies deadly, and his associates glamorous. … Continue reading
The first American collection of Kim’s short stories has been released: Dead Travel Fast, published by Dinoship. It contains the stories: ‘A Drug on the Market’; ‘Tomorrow Town’; ‘The Original Dr Shade’; ‘Famous Monsters’; ‘Organ Donors’; ‘Going to Series’; ‘Angel Down Sussex’; ‘Dead Travel Fast;’ ‘Amerikanski Dead at the Moscow Morgue’; ‘The Big Fish’.
Silver Nails, a short story collection written by Jack Yeovil and published by the Black Library has been published. It features “The Ignorant Armies” (from The Ignorant Armies), “Red Thirst” (from Red Thirst), “No Gold in the Grey Mountains” (from Wolf Riders), “Warhawk” (written at the time but not published; newly revised by Kim), and … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kim for winning the British Fantasy Award for Best Collection in 2001 with Where the Bodies Are Buried, published by Alchemy Press.
It’s nominations time again, and Kim is up for several major awards. His short story, “Is There Anybody There?”, published in The New English Library Book of Internet Stories, has been nominated for the World Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction. His collection, Where the Bodies Are Buried, published by Alchemy Press, is up for … Continue reading