Today we are delighted to welcome Marcus Sedgwick to the Gollancz Blog with a guest post discussing the Kubrick exhibition. Marcus Sedgwick is an award-winning author on our sister imprint Indigo, and his most recent book The Ghosts of Heaven is out now in hardback and e-book. You can find out more about Marcus by visiting his website or following him on Twitter. You can read a special spiralised extract of More
Edward Cox reveals the (not so) secret identities of the agents of the THE RELIC GUILD…
On 18th September, to coincide with the release of my debut novel, Gollancz and I revealed the secret identities of the magickers who serve the greater good and keep your town safe. Hoorah! And now, on the last day of Gollancz’s fabulous £1.99 e-book deal, we are once again proud to present to you… the agents of THE RELIC GUILD!
We’d like to wish a very happy publication day to The Relic Guild. As part of our publication celebrations the Gollancz Blog is delighted to bring you a special guest post from The Relic Guild author Edward Cox.
As a debut author, a first time novelist, an unknown writer from the small presses stepping into the brilliant light of a major publisher, I remember feeling utterly lost, bemused and very afraid. I was ecstatic … More
It was sad, of course, that the Guest of Honour slot for Iain Banks at the World SF Convention was in memoriam for this wonderful man and writer. He’s a huge loss to us and the wider literary community but left behind an extraordinary legacy of books. With the Con over we thought it would be fitting to mark the end of this wonderful event by celebrating, again, Iain Banks. So we’re hugely grateful to Simon Ings and … More
In an exchange placement with our crime-loving cousins at the Murder Room, Wolfhound Century author Peter Higgins slipped into the world of historical thriller fiction to read Dan Smith’s new paperback Red Winter. This is what he discovered…
A man on horseback emerges from the edge of a dark forest, crosses a shallow icy river and enters a village. The horse is uneasy, the village silent and … More
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