Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn

Marc Gascoigne was the developer or editor of several classic boardgames in the mid-1980s, including Blood Bowl and Dark Future. After ten years as a freelance editor, notably for Puffin's Fighting Fantasy gamebook series, he returned to the Nottingham-based company in 1997 to help establish the Black Library fiction imprint. Starting as editor he became publisher and overall manager of the Black Library Publishing family of imprints, that now also includes Black Industries and Solaris Books. It was announced on the 11th of Sept 2008 that he had joined HarperCollins to create a new science fiction & fantasy imprint to be called Angry Robot.

Christian Dunn is responsible for making sure that no rogue severed limbs and heads make it onto the pages of Warhammer Monthly and always makes sure he cleans up afterwards if they do. Given the chance, he would like to teach the world to sing, in perfect harmony.

Marc Gascoigne and Christian Dunn books reviewed



  • Swords of the Empire (2004)
  • Bringers of Death (2005)
  • The Cold Hand of Betrayal (2006)
  • Let the Galaxy Burn (2006)
  • Invasion! (2007)
  • Tales of the Old World (2007)

Warhammer 40,000

  • The Flames of Damnation (2005)
  • Tales from the Dark Millennium (2006)