SF writer Andy Remic, 50, died February 26, 2022 of cancer. Remic was a prolific author of SF and fantasy novels.
His debut novel Spiral (2003) launched the Spiral series, which includes Quake (2004) and Warhead (2005). The Combat-K sequence is War Machine (2007), BioHell (2008), Hardcore (2010) and Cloneworld (2011). His Clockwork Vampire Chronicles has Keli’s Legend (2009), Soul Stealers (2010), and Vampire Warlords (2011). The Books of the Anarchy are Theme Planet (2011) and Toxicity (2012). The Rage of Kings series includes The Iron Wolves (2013) and The White Towers (2014). The Blood Dragon Empire series is The Dragon Engine (2015) and Twilight of the Dragons (2015). The Robert Jones books include novellas A Song for No Man’s Land (2016), Return of Souls (2016), and The Iron Beast (2016), collected as An Impossible War (2017). He also wrote standalone novels Serial Killers Incorporated (2011) and SIM (2011), and co-edited Vivisepulture: Weird Tales of Twisted Imagination (2011) with Wayne Simmons.
Andrey John Remic was born July 26, 1971 in Manchester, England. He attended Manchester University and Edge Hill University, earning a PhD in English from the latter. He worked as an English teacher, created indie computer games, and wrote and directed indie films. His directorial debut, Impurity, appeared in 2015. He is survived by wife Linda Remic and their children.
For more, see his entry in the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.