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Writing Dystopian Coming of Age Fiction

Gollancz Team: - March 10th, 2015
Author Post, Fiction, Guest Post

This week on the blog we’ve got two very different guests posts about YA (or not YA) and coming of age in dystopia fiction. We’ve invited Antonia Honeywell, whose book The Ship is published by our sister imprint, W&N, to tell us about the process of writing YA Dystopian Fiction. Tomorrow Sarah Pinborough will be back on the blog discussing YA or not YA. Londoners can see both Antonia,  Sarah and an incredible line up of authors … More

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A Tourist’s Guide to the Best (and Worst) Cities in Science-Fiction and Fantasy

Gollancz Team: - February 27th, 2015
Competition, Fantasy, Guest Post

We are delighted to welcome Jen Williams back to the Gollancz Blog to share a very special guest post with you. Looking for the perfect SFF location to while away the last weekend in February? Jen Williams has provided a handy guide for the best (and worst) places to stay while on an SFF vacation.

If a traveller should be in possession of an adventurous heart, a pocketful of coin and a decent pair of boots, my own books contain … More

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Hannu Rajaniemi Is Not A Real Man And I Can Prove It!

Gollancz Team: - July 17th, 2014
Gavin G. Smith, Guest Post, Hannu Rajaniemi, Uncategorized

Gollancz welcomes Gavin G. Smith back for a very special guest post in which he attempts to prove his rather spectacular theory about fellow author (and “arch-nemesis”) Hannu Rajaniemi.

(Most of this is true.)

My Story:

So Veteran, my first novel, was published in 2010.  There was something of a buzz about it beforehand.  I was one of two SF debuts from Gollancz that year.  Like most first time authors I was incredibly excited and looking forward to seeing the … More

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Elite: The Dark Wheel by Robert Holdstock*

Gollancz Team: - June 16th, 2014
Elite: Dangerous, Guest Post, Other, Science Fiction

*We are delighted to replace the original blog post with this update, corrected by eyewitness and participant – the marvellous Malcolm Edwards, who is a LonCon Guest of Honour – to some of the events cited within. The first two people to correctly identify all of the corrections will win copies of the new Elite novels when they’re published in physical form in Autumn 2014.

The original Elite, released in 1984, was one of the reasons I became a fan of … More

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Elite- Docking is Difficult

Gollancz Team: - June 3rd, 2014
Elite: Dangerous, Guest Post, Science Fiction

Gollancz is thrilled to welcome guest blogger Adam Whitehead of The Wertzone back to the blog. Adam discusses just how difficult docking really was in the Elite games. 

They say that docking is difficult, and they’re not kidding.

I was six years old when my dad came home from work one night, excitedly brandishing a copy of a new computer game he’d picked up. We’d had our computer – a mighty BBC Micro Model ‘B’ with a … More

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