Fiction since 1966. Books include:
The Committed Men, Hutchinson New Authors 1971. In Viriconium, 1982. The Ice Monkey [short stories], 1984. Viriconium Nights [short stories], 1985.
Climbers, 1989. The Luck in the Head [graphic novel with Ian Miller], 1991. The Course of the Heart, 1992. Signs of Life, 1997. Travel Arrangements [short stories], 2000. Things That Never Happen [selected short stories 1975-1998], 2002. Light, 2002. Nova Swing, 2006. Empty Space, 2012. You Should Come With Me Now [short stories], 2017. M John Harrison: Critical Essays, Gylphi, ed Williams & Bould 2019.
Available now: A new novel, The Sunken Land Begins To Rise Again [Gollancz] and Settling the World [Comma Press], selected short stories 1970-2020, with an introduction by Jennifer Hodgson. (More details here.)
My reviews, short fiction & nonfiction have appeared over the last fifty years or so in a range of venues including the Guardian, the Times Literary Supplement, Time Out, Transatlantic Review, Conjunctions, Arc Magazine, New Scientist, the Independent on Sunday, the Daily Telegraph & the New York Times.
In Viriconium was nominated for the Guardian Fiction Prize, 1982. Climbers won the Boardman Tasker Prize for Mountain Literature, 1989. Light shared the James Tiptree Memorial Award, 2003 [with John Kessel’s Stories for Men]. Nova Swing won the Arthur C Clarke Award, 2007 & the Philip K Dick Award, 2008. Honorary DLitt, University of Warwick, 2016. You Should Come With Me Now longlisted for the Edge Hill Prize, 2018.
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Photo Cath Phillips, 2014