Gollancz, the Science-Fiction and Fantasy imprint of Orion, are proud to announce the acquisition of THE INCORRUPTIBLES, the beginning of an outstanding new fantasy series by John Hornor Jacobs. Marcus Gipps, Editor at Gollancz, bought World all language rights for three books from Stacia Decker of the Donald Maass Literary Agency.
Jacobs was shortlisted for the Bram Stoker Award for his first novel. His horror and YA works have been published in the US by Simon & Schuster, among others. This … More
Gollancz, the SF and fantasy imprint of the Orion Publishing Group, has secured world rights, including audio and translation, for The Gospel of Loki in a substantial six-figure two book deal struck by Gollancz Deputy Publishing Director Jon Wood and agent Peter Robinson of Rogers, Coleridge & White.
The novel is a brilliant first person narrative of the rise … More
Gollancz, the Science-Fiction and Fantasy imprint of Orion, are proud to announce the acquisition of THE RELIC GUILD, the beginning of an epic new fantasy series from debut author Edward Cox. Marcus Gipps, Editor at Gollancz, bought World all language rights from John Berlyne of Zeno Agency.
It was said the Labyrinth had once been the great meeting place, a sprawling city at the heart of an endless maze. But it has become an abandoned forbidden zone, where humans are … More
Gollancz are very pleased to announce that they will be republishing Behind The Sofa – Celebrity Memories of Doctor Who, edited by Steve Berry, in time for the 50th Anniversary of the cult SF show.
Behind The Sofa is a collection of over 100 celebrity memories of Doctor Who, compiled in aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK. Steve Berry decided to undertake this project in memory of his mother Janet, who suffered from Alzheimer’s in her final years and passed away in 2009. The book … More
It’s time for chapter three of our book of the month, Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins. Although the chapters are short, they are perfectly formed to deliver you one of our fine debuts…
When Lom got back from placating Magadlovosk on the phone, Ziller was already in the office, writing up his report. Ziller wrote carefully, word by meticulous word, holding his chewed pencil like a jeweller mending a watch.
‘Where are they?’ said Lom.
‘Briefcase,’ said Lom. ‘The soldier.’
Ziller … More