Douglas Thompson’s short stories have appeared in a wide range of magazines and anthologies. His first book, Ultrameta, was published by Eibonvale Press in August 2009, nominated for the Edge Hill Prize and shortlisted for the British Fantasy Society Best Newcomer Award. Since then he has published four subsequent novels. The Brahan Seer is his sixth novel.
Executed at Chanonry Point, Fortrose, for witchcraft in the late 17th century, the shadowy historical figure of the Brahan Seer foretold the Battle of Culloden, the invention of the railways and canals, the Second World War and even the creation of the Channel Tunnel. Described by Thompson himself as a historical literary novel (with supernatural overtones) this fascinating book begins to question whether our current understanding of time is quite as safe and scientifically sound as we think it is…
As part of the Inverness Book Festival 2014, Douglas will be interviewed by Inverness based journalist and broadcaster Roddy Maclean
Peter R. Ellis will be at Llanidloes Library on Tuesday 29th September from 18:00 in a session shared with fellow local fantasy author Kim Gravell. Peter will read from and talk about his fantasy series Evil Above the Stars. Both volume 1, Seventh Child, and volume 2, The Power of Seven, will be available. Everyone’s welcome to come along to meet Peter, listen to him talk and read, buy copies of the books and get him to sign them 😉