Greyhound Literary

Philip Suggars

Philip A. Suggars has a single yellow eye in the middle of his forehead and a collection of vintage binoculars. His work has appeared in Strange Horizons, The Guardian and Interzone as well as being featured on many short-form podcasts. His writing has won the Ilkley short story prize, been long-listed for the BSFA short story award and been included in The Best of British Science Fiction Anthology series. When not writing words, he records music as one half of the post-punk electronica outfit, we are concrete. Born and raised in South London, he currently lives on the south coast with his family. His debut novel The Lighthouse at the End of the World will be published by Titan Books in 2026.