| Brett Savory|
| The Distance Travelled, No Further Messages, Denying Death, People Live Still in Cashtow, Objects of Worship|Brett Alexander Savory Wikipedia
Brett Savory recently stepped down as the Co-Publisher of the World Fantasy and British Fantasy Award-winning ChiZine Publications so he could dedicate more time to writing. His title is now Editor/eBook Czar/Webmaster, so he apparently thinks he can hang on in the company simply by increasing the titles he holds. He's had over 50 short stories published—some of those collected in No Further Messages—as well as two novels, In and Down and The Distance Travelled, with a third just released by Angry Robot called A Perfect Machine. He’s halfway through his fourth novel, Lake of Spaces, Wood of Nothing, is the drummer for the metal band Ol' Time Moonshine—who just released their first full-length album, The Apocalypse Trilogies: Space Wolf and Other Dark Tales on Salt of the Earth Records—and lives in Peterborough, ON, Canada with his wife, writer/editor/publisher Sandra Kasturi.
World Fantasy Award for Special Award—Professional (2015) [Winner]
British Fantasy Award for Best Small Press (2013) [Winner]
World Fantasy Award for Special Award—Professional (2013) [Nominated]
World Fantasy Award for Special Award—Professional (2012) [Nominated]
World Fantasy Award for Special Award—Professional (2011) [Nominated]
In and Down named a Quill & Quire "Book of the Year" (2007)
Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Editing (2004) [Nominated]
Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Editing (2000) [Winner]
Year's Best Fantasy & Horror 20th edition appearance: "Messages" (2007)
Year's Best Fantasy & Horror honorable mention: "Shoes" (co-written with Tim Lebbon; 2004)
Year's Best Fantasy & Horror honorable mention: The Distance Travelled (novella; 2001)
1. All biographic and bibliographic information is from the "Official Brett Alexander Savory website". 16 March 2007. Retrieved 2007-03-16.
2. Bram Stoker Awards information is from the "Horror Writers Association". 16 March 2007. Archived from the original on 20 June 2000. Retrieved 2007-03-16.