Hal Duncan's debut VELLUM was published in 2005, garnering nominations for the Crawford, Locus, BFS and World Fantasy Award, and winning the Spectrum, Kurd Lasswitz and Tähtivaeltaja. Described by Lucius Shepard as "the Guernica of genre fiction," together with the sequel, INK, it forms the Book of All Hours diptych,
Other publications include: the novel TESTAMENT; the novella ESCAPE FROM HELL!; chapbooks AN A-Z OF THE FANTASTIC CITY and ERRATA; poetry collections SONGS FOR THE DEVIL AND DEATH and SODOM / NEW SODOM; the short story collections SCRUFFIANS and THE BOY WHO LOVED DEATH; and RHAPSODY, a book-length essay on strange fiction.
Most recently he published A SCRUFFIAN SURVIVAL GUIDE, a chapbook collecting all-new works in the Scruffian mythos, with the previously published Scruffians stories to be reissued December 2017 in two matching chapbooks, A SCRUFFIAN PRIMER and A SCRUFFIAN FEASTIARY.
The novella SUSURRUS ON MARS is due out from Lethe Press in October 2017.