James Flint

James Flint is the author of the novels Habitus (1998), 52 Ways to Magic America (2002), which won the Amazon.co.uk Bursary Award in 2000, and The Book of Ash (2004). His short fiction has appeared in collections published by Penguin, Pulp Faction, New English Library and the ICA, as well as the Daily Telegraph and various magazines. In 2002 one of his stories (The Nuclear Train) was made into a short film for Channel 4, directed by Dan Saul. He is currently working on his third novel, The New Pirotechnia, based on the true story of an artist trying to make art out of nuclear waste.

Books by James Flint

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