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Gareth L. Powell


Gareth L. Powell is an award-winning author from the UK. His alternate history thriller, Ack-Ack Macaque won the 2013 BSFA Award for Best Novel, spawned two sequels, and was shortlisted in the Best Translated Novel category for the 2016 Seiun Awards in Japan. His short fiction has appeared in a host of magazines and anthologies, including Interzone, Solaris Rising 3, and The Year’s Best Science Fiction, and his story ‘Ride The Blue Horse’ made the shortlist for the 2015 BSFA Award. Gareth is currently working on a new trilogy for Titan Books. The first volume, Embers Of War, will be published in Feb 2018 and followed by two sequels, Fleet Of Knives and Light Of Impossible Stars.




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  • 1 BFS Open Night at Central Library | // Mar 9, 2015 at 7:20 am

    […] host to an event supported by the British Fantasy Society. Our Chair, Joanne Hall, and 2012 GoH Gareth Powell read from their latest novels, Spark and Carousel  and Macaque Attack, respectively, followed […]

  • 2 Shipshape & BristolCon Fashion | Steven Poore // Sep 8, 2015 at 9:41 am

    […] panel moderator is Gareth L Powell, and I’ll be alongside Dean Saunders-Stowe, Misa Buckley, and Rosie Oliver. I already have […]

  • 3 Bristolcon 2015 | Rosie Oliver // Sep 8, 2015 at 7:52 pm

    […] with Gareth L. Powell (Mod), Dean Saunders-Stowe, Misa Buckley, Rosie Oliver and Steven Poore […]

  • 4 BristolCon or Bust | Misa Buckley // Sep 9, 2015 at 4:02 pm

    […] Gareth L. Powell (Mod), Dean Saunders-Stowe, Misa Buckley, Rosie Oliver and Steven […]

  • 5 Workshopping BristolCon | // Sep 24, 2015 at 7:30 am

    […] down and chat with a fabulous author (and in the case of this year’s sole kafeeklatsch host, Gareth L Powell, an all round fabulous bloke, well worth a chat […]

  • 6 BristolCon 2015 | GeekOut South-West // Sep 28, 2015 at 8:16 pm

    […] of the time in the event. Finally, we went for a talk on FTL (Faster Than Light) travel hosted by Gareth L. Powell. It was an interesting discussion on science fiction writers views on travel of its kind, the […]

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