Well, to be honest I think I’m a better short story writer than a novelist. Novels I find very hard, hours and hours, weeks and weeks, of conscious thought – whereas short stories slip out painlessly in a few days.
The market for short stories is hard to break into, but a magazine editor isn't always looking for big names with which to sell his magazine - they're more willing to try stories by newcomers, if those tales are good.
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|Birth:||25th May, 1960|
Eric Brown was born in Haworth, Yorkshire, England. He is a British science fiction novelist and writer. He has written several novels include: Meridian Days, Engineman, Bengal Station, Helix, Necropath, Kethani, The Kings of Eternity, Cosmopath, Serene Invasion, Xenopath, and Helix Wars. His story The Time-Lapsed Man and Other Stories won the Interzone readers' poll for the most admired story of 1988, and an Eastercon short text award in 1995. He won the British Science Fiction Award twice for the short stories Hunting the Slarque in 1999 and Children of Winter in 2001. He writes a regular science fiction review column for the Guardian newspaper.
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