Colin Harvey

Winter Song – 1 November, 2009 (UK/Australia), September 2010 (US/Rest of world)

Damage Time – October 2010 (UK/Australia), November 2010 (US/Rest of World)

Colin Harvey plays it coolColin’s first fiction was published in 2001, since when he has written novels, short stories and reviews, edited anthologies and judged the Speculative Literature Foundation’s annual Gulliver Travel Research Grant for five years. Colin’s reviews appeared regularly at Strange Horizons and he was the feature writer for speculative fiction at Suite101.

Colin died unexpectedly of a stroke in August 2011. He was a fine writer, and a wonderful human being, and the world is better for his having been in it.

“Harvey’s prose is controlled and precise, but his imagination is boundless. Intelligent and exciting, it’s a thrilling read.”

- Lee Thomas, Bram Stoker Award winner

“Trust this author – he sees things clearly, and after reading this novel, so will you.”

Gary Fry

Colin’s website and  Colin’s other blog

August 2010 – Interview with Sharon Reamer

August 2010 – Interview at Dark Fiction review

5 comments on this post.

  1. Anticipation, part I « The Nocturnalist:

    [...] them both in the flesh again?  New acquaintances via the launch were Kaaron’s fellow authors Colin Harvey and Lauren Beukes (whose Moxyland I bought, had signed, and am two chapters into at the moment), [...]

  2. Weekend « The other side of the river:

    [...] friend, and fellow Friday Flash Fictioneer, Gareth L Powell and his wife, Becky; to chat again with Colin Harvey and Terry Martin; and to meet some new people. I particularly enjoyed Al Reynolds’ talk on [...]

  3. Something special, Just for you. « Cadre One Publishing:

    [...] for you. The good lads and lasses of Angry Robot Books are offering a taste of their authors, Colin Harvey and J. Robert King. For the next five days, one chapter per day from their soon to be released [...]

  4. RIP Colin Harvey | Theprotocolzoo's Blog:

    [...] More about Colin Harvey and his writing can be found here. Angry Robot Books [...]

  5. Apocalypse and trams – Nose in a book:

    [...] Future Bristol edited by Colin Harvey [...]

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