We will have three different bookshop panel events running from 17th-18th September at Foyles Charing Cross Road. These panel events will be three hours long and priced at £15 each. Find out more about our panel events, list of authors participating and timings here.
In addition to … More
We are thrilled to welcome the wonderful Edward Cox back to the Gollancz Blog as we celebration the publication of the final book in the Relic Guild Trilogy, The Watcher of Dead Time. Edward Cox discusses writing a fantasy trilogy, cliffhangers, being a debut novelst and ending a trilogy.
Over the last couple of years, The Relic Guild Trilogy had been described in varying ways – mostly positive, I’m pleased to say. Gaslight fantasy, was one description. Fantasy with … More
As you’ve probably noticed, retailers have been doing funny things with pre-orders of THE THORN OF EMBERLAIN, and the reason for that is because, despite all our hopes and the heroic patience of my publishers, we’re not going to make the expected September release date.
I am incredibly sorry about this, and I want it to be understood that there’s nobody to blame but me. In addition to the expected obstacles, I severely complicated my life this year by moving. … More
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It’s publication day and we’ve got books at every stage of novel life. We’ve got a first book, a last book and middle book as well as one carrying lots of little books; we’ve got fantasy, urban fantasy and science fiction; we’ve got a book for all seasons so pick one (or more) and dive in!
Obelisk by Stephen Baxter returns to the world of Proxima and Ultima with this stunning collection of short stories.
A remarkable collection of short stories … More
Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Colouring Book, published today, is a joyous celebration of everyone’s favourite flat earth. Full of black-and-white line drawings adapted by Terry Pratchett’s artist of choice, Paul Kidby, from his own fan-favourite paintings, this volume is perfect for those wanting to add their own shade of Octarine to the Discworld’s much-loved characters.
To celebrate publication, we’re offering one lucky reader the chance to win a page from the book, hand-coloured by Paul Kidby himself!
We’ve made … More