Simon Bestwick

Described as ‘Brilliant’ by the Guardian, ‘among the most important writers of contemporary British horror’ by Ramsey Campbell, and ‘completely lacking in common sense’ by his mother, Simon Bestwick was born in Wolverhampton. Thankfully, his family escaped to civilisation (well, Manchester) where he lived for many years before relocating to Merseyside, having finally found a partner who’d put up with him. He now lives on the Wirral, where he dreams of moving to Wales, getting a dog, and not having a proper job. He is the author of seven novels, four full-length short story collections and has been four times shortlisted for the British Fantasy Award, and is addicted to tea, Pepsi Max and semicolons.  His latest book, The Hollows, has been shortlisted for a British Fantasy Society award.

You can find Simon online on Twitter and on his website.

Simon is represented by Meg Davis