Simon P. Clark

Simon P. Clark grew up in Britain, taught English in Japan, lived in America, and has now moved back to the UK.

Simon is a published author, who writes for middle grade children. He writes about how strange and big the world can be.

Simon’s debut novel, Eren, was nominated for the Carnegie Medal and chosen as a Junior Library Guild selection in the US and as Book of the Week by The Independent and The Bookseller. His other works include Not Yet Dark and Modern Grimmoire: Contemporary Fairy Tales, Fables & Folklore.

Simon likes weird books, tennis and donkeys, and does not like celery at all.

“Sure-footed, distinctive, strange, poetic. Simon P. Clark is a truly interesting new voice” — David Almond, author of Skellig

“Clark, who doesn’t shy away from pushing his story to its darkest reaches. The ending will leave you shell-shocked.” — Rebecca Davies, Independent, TEEN BOOK OF THE MONTH

“EREN will both satisfy and excite your imagination.” — The Bookseller ‘Book of the Week’


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Published Books

  • Eren – Atom
  • Not Yet Dark – Atom
  • Modern Grimmoire: Contemporary Fairy Tales, Fables  & Folklore – Indigo Ink Press