Chaz Brenchley has been making a living as a writer since he was eighteen. He is the author of nine thrillers, most recently Shelter and two fantasy series, The Books of Outremer and Selling Water by the River. As Daniel Fox he has published a Chinese-based fantasy series, beginning with Dragon in Chains, as Ben Macallan, an urban fantasy, Desdæmona.
A British Fantasy Award winner, he has also published books for children and more than 500 short stories in various genres. His time as crimewriter-in-residence on a sculpture project in Sunderland resulted in the collection Blood Waters. His first play, A Cold Coming, was performed and then toured in 2007. He is a prizewinning ex-poet, and has been writer in residence at the University of Northumbria. He was Northern Writer of the Year 2000.
Chaz has recently married and moved from Newcastle to California, with two squabbling cats and a famous teddy bear.
News: Starry eyed: Bitter Waters reviewed - and audible! Details on the News & Events page.
Below is a recent extract from Chaz'z blog:
The latest issue of Locus has a mention of Being Small:
"One of the modern masters of fantasy delivers a subtly chilling novella about a boy who grows up alternately comforted and haunted by the ghost of his ‘shadow twin' Small, an under-developed fetus who was removed and put in a specimen jar at a medical school.”
I'm a modern master, yay.
Posted on Sun, 01 Feb 2015 19:34:20 GMT
To read more, or leave a comment, visit Chaz'z blog at desperance.livejournal.com.
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