Kim Newman is a journalist, film critic, and author, co-author, and editor of more than two dozen books. He was born in London, raised in Somerset, and studied English at the University of Sussex. He has won the Bram Stoker Award and the International Horror Guild Award, and has been nominated for the World Fantasy Award. Kim is a renowned expert on the fantastic in film and television, and a prolific novelist. His published works include Bad Dreams, The Quorum, Nightmare Movies: A Critical History of the Horror Film since 1968, Ghastly Beyond Belief: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Book of Quotations (with Neil Gaiman), The Bloody Red Baron, Life's Lottery (a "choose-your-own-adventure for grownups"), and the Anno Dracula series of novels and related short fiction.
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