Christopher Fowler

Agent: James Wills

Christopher Fowler was born in Greenwich, London. He is the multi award-winning author of thirty novels and ten short story collections, and the author of the Bryant & May mystery novels. His first bestseller was ROOFWORLD. Subsequent novels include SPANKY, DISTURBIA, PSYCHOVILLE and CALABASH. His books have been optioned by Guillermo Del Toro (SPANKY) and Jude Law (PSYCHOVILLE). He spent 25 years working in film. He recently wrote RED GLOVES, 25 new stories of unease to mark his first 25 years of writing. His memoir PAPERBOY won the Green Carnation Award, and is being followed by a new volume, FILM FREAK. Other new books include the dark comedy-thriller PLASTIC and INVISIBLE INK: THE MYSTERIOUS CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING AUTHORS. He has written comedy and drama for BBC radio, including Radio One’s first broadcast drama in 2005. He writes for the FT and the Independent on Sunday, Black Static magazine and many others. His graphic novel for DC Comics was the critically acclaimed MENZ INSANA. His short story ‘THE MASTER BUILDER became a feature film entitled THROUGH THE EYES OF A KILLERS, starring Tippi Hedren and Marg Helgenberger. In the past year he has been nominated for 8 national book awards. He is the winner of the Edge Hill prize 2008 for OLD DEVIL MOON, and the Last Laugh prize 2009 for THE VICTORIA VANISHES. Christopher has achieved several pathetic schoolboy fantasies, releasing a terrible Christmas pop single, becoming a male model, writing a stage show, posing as the villain in a Batman graphic novel, running a night club, appearing in the Pan Books of Horror, and standing in for James Bond. His short stories have appeared in Best British Mysteries, The Time Out Book Of London Short Stories, Dark Terrors, London Noir, Neon Lit, Cinema Macabre, the Mammoth Book of Horror and many others. After living in the USA and France he is now married and lives in King’s Cross, London and Barcelona.

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