Right. With the small matter of LonCon3 rushing inexorably towards us and time becoming even more relative than usual, here, without further ado (and by ‘ado’ we mean ‘anything other than dates and names’) are our winners from the twenty-first century. And the year 2000, which is still the twentieth century (yes, it is; don’t start with us):
With less than a week to go until the 2014 Worldcon and this year’s Hugo Award ceremony, we thought we’d celebrate the rich heritage of the Hugo Awards by price-promoting the eBook editions of past Hugo winners from both Gollancz and the SF Gateway imprints. Between the two lists, we have a very creditable 30 of 62 titles, including the very first and (until August 17th, at least) the most recent winners. … More
Like the 1960s, the 1970s proved to be a fruitful decade for Gateway authors at the Hugo Awards. We publish eight of the total 10 winners, with seven of those also part of our SF Masterworks series. Our Hugo eBook promotion continues, but only for a limited time: grab any of the eBook editions of the below titles for £2.99 until August 17th!
1971 Ringworld, Larry Niven (SF Masterworks paperback edition only)
Also the winner of the 1971 Nebula … More
Tags: Arthur C. Clarke, Frederik Pohl, Hugo awards, Isaac Asimov, Joe Haldeman, Kate Wilhelm, Larry Niven, Philip Jose Farmer, Ursula K. Le Guin, Worldcon
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As preparations for Loncon, the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention, continue, we move our attention to Gollancz and SF Gateway’s past Hugo winners from the 1960s, a decade in which – as you will soon see – we did quite well . . .
You can download the the e-book edition of any of the below titles for just £2.99 for a limited time only from all UK e-tailers!
Tags: Clifford D. Simak, Frank Herbert, Fritz Leiber, Hugo awards, John Brunner, Robert A. Heinlein, Roger Zelazny, Walter M. Miller Jr, Worldcon
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This weekend I’m going to be reading the first six volumes of the re-released Sailor Moon manga as we’ve now reached the half-way point. Having been out of print for about ten years, finding this particular series back on the shelves is very special indeed as it means I’m finally able to read, in all its glory, the source material for an anime that has been very dear to my heart since early childhood.
As far as target-audience goes, Sailor Moon … More