Mark Haddon

Mark Haddon’s first novel for adults was the multi-award-winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time(2003), which was later adapted by Simon Stephens into a prize-winning play. His subsequent novels include A Spot of Bother (2006) and The Red House (2012). He has written for TV and radio and published one collection of poetry, The Talking Horse, the Sad Girl and the Village Under the Sea. His play, Polar Bears, was produced at the Donmar in 2010. His short stories have been shortlisted for the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award, the O’Henry Prize, and the BBC National Short Story Award. The Pier Falls, his first collection of short stories, was published by Cape in 2016.

Anthologies featuring Mark Haddon

The BBC National Short Story Award 2015

The BBC National Short Story Award with BookTrust celebrates its tenth year with a stellar line-up of authors including winner Jonathan Buckley and runner-up Mark Haddon.

The New Abject

A sequel to Comma‘s award-winning horror anthology The New Uncanny. Featuring specially commissioned stories inspired by Julia Kristeva’s theory of the abject.