Hal Duncan

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Introduction Hal Duncan's debut VELLUM was published in 2005, garnering nominations for the Crawford, Locus, BFS and World Fantasy Award, and winning the Gaylactic Spectrum, Kurd Lasswitz and Tähtivaeltaja. He's since published the sequel INK, "Escape from Hell!", various short stories, and a poetry collection, SONGS FOR THE DEVIL AND DEATH. A member of the Glasgow SF Writer's Circle, and a columnist at Boomtron, he also wrote the lyrics for Aereogramme's “If You Love Me, You'd Destroy Me” and the musical, NOWHERE TOWN. Homophobic hatemail once dubbed him "THE.... Sodomite Hal Duncan!!" (sic) He's getting a t-shirt made up. Represented by: Howard Morhaim Literary Agency (howard AT morhaimliterary PERIOD com) Contact Me: hal AT halduncan PERIOD com Twitter: @Hal_Duncan Contact