David Whitaker (writer)
|Born||1987 (age 32–33)|
|Education||University for the Creative Arts, Farnham (BA)|
David Whitaker (born 1987) is a British author who writes works of short and flash fiction. His stories are predominantly science fiction, fantasy, and occasional philosophy.
Whitaker graduated from University for the Creative Arts, Farnham in 2009, with a BA (Hons) in Journalism. His first published work, Neuroses & Nirvana, was in response to a competition run by The Writers College which asked for participants to describe their journey as a writer.
His fiction first appeared in the print anthology Happy, published by Collections of Poetry & Prose.
As well as writing, Whitaker has also narrated a number of pieces of fiction. His first narration was for The AntiSF Radio Show of the science fiction piece Entrepreneur by Eugen M. Bacon. He subsequently narrated one of his own stories, Iron Will, for the same publisher.
Whitaker is married, and lives in India.
- Happy, Collections of Poetry & Prose (2017)
—with various authors
- Mirage, Uprising Review (2017)
- It's a Wonderful Day, Longshot Island (2017)
- Refuge in the Rain, The Madras Mag (2017)
- Pitch-o-Mat 5000, Review Americana (2017)
- A World Above, Minute Magazine (2017)
- Coming Home, Sci Phi Journal (2017)
- Iron Will, AntipodeanSF (2017)
- Place Your Bets, Flash Fiction Online (2018)
- The Boy Who Knew Infinity, Andromeda Spaceways Magazine (2018)
- Break Free, Scarlet Leaf Review (2018)
- Strangers in the Night, Metaphorosis Magazine (2018)
- Choose, StarShipSofa (2018)
—Narrated by Summer Brooks
- Do You Dig?, Tales to Terrify (2018)
—Narrated by Ron Jon
- Entrepreneur, The AntiSF Radio Show, Aditi (2018)
- Daughter of the Sea, The AntiSF Radio Show, Admete (2018)
- Iron Will, The AntiSF Radio Show, Adriana(2018)
- Totally AI, The AntiSF Radio Show, Adriangalad(2018)
- Betty Cyberchin, The AntiSF Radio Show, Agathe(2018)
- Australia: A Story, The AntiSF Radio Show, Agalaos(2018)
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