Robbie MacNiven

Robbie  MacNiven

Robbie MacNiven is a University of Edinburgh History graduate from the Highlands. He also wrote the Warhammer 40,000 novels Blood of Iax, The Last Hunt, Carcharodons: Red Tithe, Carcharodons: Outer Dark, and Legacy of Russ, as well as the Warhammer Age of Sigmar novel Scourge of Fate and Gotrek Gurnisson novella The Bone Desert. 'Redblade,' 'A Hymn for the Lost,' and 'Blood and Iron' are some of his short stories. Re-enacting, football, and obsessing over Warhammer 40,000 are some of his pastimes. Andy Smillie is best known for the Flesh Tearers novels Sons of Wrath and Flesh of Cretacia, as well as the novel Trial by Blood.

He's also authored a number of short stories and radio plays using this ruthless Chapter of Space Marines, including The Kauyon, Blood in the Machine, Deathwolf, From the Blood, Hungry, and The Assassination of Gabriel Seth. Cavan Scott has written for Star Wars, Doctor Who, Judge Dredd, LEGO DC Super Heroes, Penguins of Madagascar, Adventure Time, and a slew of other popular brands. Cavan is the author of several novellas and short stories set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, notably the Warhammer Adventures: Warped Galaxies series. His 2016 World Book Day publication, Star Wars: Adventures in Wild Space ­- The Escape, became a UK number one bestseller. Mark Clapham is an itinerant writer and editor located in Exeter, Devon. He was born and reared in Yorkshire, studied and worked in London for nearly a decade, and is now an itinerant writer and editor.

His short stories have featured in anthologies such as Fear the Alien and Hammer and Bolter. His debut novel for Black Library is Iron Guard. Alec Worley is a well-known comics, science fiction, and fantasy author who has published a number of works. He's a huge Warhammer 40,000 fan who's authored a number of short stories for Black Library, including 'Stormseeker,' 'Whispers,' and 'Repentia.'

With the radio drama Perdition's Flame and his novella The Nothings, featured in the book Maledictions, he has recently ventured into Black Library Horror. He is based in London and works there.