Won Herald/Grolsch Question Of Style Award 1989.
Won 2nd prize Neil Gunn Writing Competition 2007.
Won Faith/Unbelief Poetry Prize 2016.
Short stories and poems published in numerous magazines and anthologies such as Ambit, Chapman, New Writing Scotland, Postcripts, Albedo One, and Poetry Scotland.
Published first novel “Ultrameta” in 2009.
Ultrameta nominated for BFS Award for best novel, best newcomer, and for Edge Hill Short Story Award 2010.
Second novel “Sylvow” published in 2010.
Third novel “Apoidea” published in October 2011.
Fourth novel “Mechagnosis” published by Dog Horn in September 2012.
Sixth book, “The Brahan Seer” published by Acair Books on 14th July 2014.
Seventh book, “The Rhymer” published in paperback by Elsewhen Press on 16th August 2014.
Eighth book, “Volwys & Other Stories” published in paperback by Dog Horn on 30th September 2014.
Ninth book “The Sleep Corporation” published by The Exaggerated Press on 27th October 2015.
Tenth book “The Fallen West” published by Snuggly Books, February 2018.
Eleventh book “At The Witch Stones” published by Diehard Books, March 2018.
Twelfth book “The Suicide Machine” published by Zagava Books, November 2018.
Read the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction’s entry for Douglas Thompson here: http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/thompson_douglas
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Other website: www.glasgowsurrealist.com/douglas
Douglas Thompson was a director of The Scottish Writers’ Centre in Glasgow, from Autumn 2011 to May 2014, a judge of the Koestler Awards in 2013, of the British Fantasy Awards in 2014 and of the Scottish Poetry Slam Awards in 2015.
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