Nate Crowley

Nate Crowley initially achieved notoriety writing on Twitter. He was responsible for the ‘Daniel Barker’s Birthday’ meme, a dystopian rabbit-hole down which he vanished for several months in 2015. More recently, Nate invented 1,000 entirely fictional video games, which were so funny and well-received that book rights were sold to Solaris. The 100 Best Video Games (That Never Existed) was published in Autumn 2017.

Nate’s The Death and Life of Schneider Wrack, a physical edition made up of two short, dark-fantasy novels written for Abaddon: The Sea Hates a Coward and Grand Amazon, is also out now. He has also written Severed, a hugely popular novella for the Games Workshop based on their Warhammer 40,000 canon. Lastly, he is the writer of the Youtube-based animation series Realms of Fightinge. Dara O’Briain has referred to his writing as ‘genius’.

Nate lives in the Midlands and divides his spare time between charitable work on behalf of amphibia and day-dreaming about improbable sea-creatures.