We are delighted to welcome Peter Higgins back to the Gollancz Blog for a special post on his Wolfhound Century trilogy.
It’s only now all three books are done and out there, they’ve got away from me, that I can tell the story whole. When you’re face is pressed up close against what you’re doing, you think you know what it is but the big finished picture still surprises.
The Wolfhound Century trilogy is … More
We are delighted to welcome Edward Cox back to the Gollancz Blog for a special guest post. What does it mean to wear the cape?
Here’s a truth: I struggle to call myself a feminist. I support feminism, I believe in equality, I find it astounding and ridiculous that so many people still have to fight for basic rights as human beings. But there it is, all the same. I pause, I falter, whenever I try to call myself a feminist. … More
We are delighted to welcome Gavin G. Smith back to the Gollancz Blog for a special guest post. Gavin returns to the blog with the thrilling Rich People, a companion short story to Poor People Parts I and II.
It’s been a good long time since I wrote Rich People so I’m struggling to remember what it was all about. It was the second ever fictional outing for the unpleasant Woodbine Scab, ex-serial killer, cult leader, and Elite, turned … More
We are delighted to welcome Charlaine Harris back to the Gollancz Blog to tell us all about her new series set in Midnight, Texas. The Midnight series blends Fantasy and Mystery in Charlaine’s trademark way. But you don’t need to take our word for it, here’s Charlaine to tell you more about the series and the art of blending Fantasy and Mystery.
There are several different ways to approach blending any two genres, but in the case of blending fantasy … More
We are delighted to welcome Edward Cox back to the Gollancz Blog. Today for your Friday reading/Bank Holiday reading we’ve got a brilliant short story to share with you. We’re not going to say too much, we’ll let Ed tell you more about The Skin Mechanic.
Sunshine isn’t the only thing inside me. As readers of The Relic Guild will know, there’s a touch of horror, too. It’s a grim and grisly desire to weave into stories … More
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