David Conyers is science fiction author and editor from Adelaide, South Australia. He has a degree in engineering from the University of Melbourne, and today works in marketing communications. David’s fiction has appeared in magazines such as Albedo One, Ticon4, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Book of Dark Wisdom, Lovecraft eZine and Jupiter, as well as more than twenty anthologies. His previous books include the science fiction Cthulhu Mythos blended thriller, The Eye of Infinity published by Perilous Press and the prequel The Spiraling Worm co-authored with John Sunseri. Previous anthologies he has edited include Extreme Planets, Cthulhu Unbound 3, Cthulhu’s Dark Cults and Undead & Unbound. His e-books include The Uncertainty Bridge and The Impossible Object.
|Posted by David Conyers on August 30, 2014 at 7:40 PM||comments (0)|
I have two new Harrison Peel books out now at Amazon (Kindle) and Smashwords (ePub).
The Elder Codex (Book 3)
Harrison Peel’s third collection of adventures features two novellas set against the backdrop of war torn Africa:
The Elder Codex — When ripples in the fabric of space-time warp reality in Somilia, Peel investigate...Read Full Post »
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The sheer variety of exoplanets is making us rethink science fiction. The variety of alien terrains that heroic space adventurers will now be subjected to is likely to be more bizarre than anything we’ve yet encountered, or at least that is what David Kernot and I think.
Therefore, in celebration of the recent release of our book Extreme Planets, the first anthology of exoplanet tales featuring carbon planets, ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by David Conyers on March 19, 2014 at 2:50 AM||comments (0)|
I've recently appeared in "The Eldritch Force" A Cthulhu Mythos Round Robin with Peter Rawlik, Glynn Owen Barrass, Brian M. Sammons, Bruce L. Priddy, Robert M. Price, Rick Lai and myself. This one features superheros in a Post World War Two setting.
This is my second publication with Lovecraft eZine, and I'm proud to have teamed up with such a talented bunch of authors.
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|Posted by David Conyers on March 19, 2014 at 2:35 AM||comments (0)|
I’ve recently been involved in a Indiegogo sponsorship campaign for a new anthology I’m appearing in:
World War Cthulhu
A Collection of Lovecraftian War Stories to the forefront with 19 war stories rooted deep in the mythos of H.P. Lovecraft. Wars and battlefields written by top names in the industry like John Shirley, Tim Curran, W.H. Pugmire, William Meikle, Cody Goodfellow, Jeffrey Thoma...
|Posted by David Conyers on March 9, 2014 at 8:40 AM||comments (0)|
Extreme Planets is now out, and available from Amazon. Gardner Dozois says of the book in Locus, "The anthology does contain a lot of solid, entertaining, core SF"
Here is an extract from David Kernot and my contribution to the anthology, "Petrochemical Skies" set on a carbon planet.
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|Posted by David Conyers on December 27, 2013 at 11:50 PM||comments (0)|
2013 was an interesting year for me on the writing front, mostly because I followed the lead of Shane Jiraiya Cummings and Hugh Howey, and tried self-publishing through Amazon and Smashwords with far greater success than I could have imagined when I first set out.
Despite the naysayers of the established pros and the fear self-publishing is generating in the world today, I think it is a great opportunity for writers, offering more than one path to success in the industry. ...Read Full Post »
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|Posted by David Conyers on November 10, 2013 at 7:10 AM||comments (0)|
A group of Aussie authors got together and produced this sampler, featuring seven authors and one Australian artist. I'm one of them, and here is the blurb:
Inside this book you’ll find a taste of some of Australia’s top horror writers.
“The Grief School” by Matthew Tait – as a man of chance, Myles Lacey understood all too well the whims of the universe, and that meant death was a constant in life.
“...Read Full Post »