Mark Chadbourn wrote the Telos novella Wonderland.

Early in his writing career he was a journalist, but in 1990 he turned to fiction, receiving good notices for both his long- and short-form work. As a prose writer, he has tended towards speculative fiction and has won the British Fantasy Award for both a novel and a short story.

He is perhaps set known for a nine-book series of three trilogies, The Age of Misrule, The Dark Age and Kingdom of the Serpent. At the turn of the 2010s, he authored the Swords of Albion series, a trilogy unrelated to the earlier nonology.

He has also written for the television programme Doctors during most seasons since 2001. As of August 2017, his most recent episode is 2014's The Fires of Midwinter.

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