Camilla Bruce is a Norwegian writer of dark speculative and historical fiction.
Her debut novel, the speculative thriller You Let Me In, is out from Bantam Press in the UK and Tor in the US.
Her dark historical, In the Garden of Spite, is out from Berkley in the US, and Michael Joseph in the UK (as Triflers Need Not Apply).
Represented by Brianne Johnson at HG Literary.
Photo: Lene J. Løkkhaug
Bookanista: Camilla Bruce: Away with the faeries
Sci-Fi Bulletin: Interview: Camilla Bruce
Writer’s Digest: Camilla Bruce: An Almost Published Author No More (Author Spotlight)
Books, Bones & Buffy: Interview With Camilla Bruce – Author Of YOU LET ME IN
Publishers Weekly: Lady Killer: PW Talks with Camilla Bruce
México Lector: You Let Me In: A Bloody Fairy Tale by Camilla Bruce
IndyStar: From Norway to Indiana yard of corpses, novel explores serial killer Belle Gunness
CrimeTime: You Let Me In: Camilla Bruce talks to Crime Time
The Guardian: Top 10 books about imaginary friends
The Big Issue: Top 5 gothic novels
CrimeReads: Eight Novels to Make you Question Reality
BookPage: You Let Me In: How this Norwegian came to write in English
Female First: Camilla Bruce: Seven things I’d like my readers to know about me
The Mary Sue: Our Books, Our Shelves: RIP, IRL—Fandom Has Always Lived Online (with Kit Rocha)
Book Marks: Camilla Bruce on Lizzie Borden, Shirley Jackson, and Grimms’ Fairy Tales: 19 RAPID-FIRE BOOK RECS FROM THE AUTHOR OF IN THE GARDEN OF SPITE
Podcasts and video:
Breaking the Glass Slipper: Narration and ambiguity with Camilla Bruce (podcast)
The Worm Hole: Episode 10: Camilla Bruce (podcast)
Stay-At-Home! Literary Festival: Monsters in Fiction (with Catriona Ward) (YouTube)