We are delighted to announce that Gillian Redfearn is promoted to Publishing Director of Gollancz, with immediate effect. Since becoming Deputy Publishing Director in 2013 Gillian has done an outstanding job in bringing better focus and organisation to the Gollancz list. In her new role, Simon Spanton (Associate Publisher), Darren Nash (Digital Publisher), Marcus Gipps (Editor) and Charlie Panayiotou (Editorial Manager) will report to Gillian, while Emily Lunn (Editorial Assistant) continues to report to Darren.
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In the last of our series of sneak peeks at Gollancz’s 2014 schedule, our focus turns to ongoing series. We’re thrilled as always to have so many authors and series returning, and the books below are all eagerly awaited by their fans. If you haven’t tried any of these series yet, you’re missing out!
Tags: 2014 fantasy, 2014 SF, Baptism of Fire, Ben Aaronovitch, Foxglove Summer, Gavin Smith, Gollancz series, Kristen Britain, MD Lachlan, Metro 2034, Michael J. Ward, series, Steven Deas
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New Year, new author. Well five new authors in fact.
We thought we’d kick off 2014 with a brief introduction to the five authors we’re proud to be bringing to you for the first time on the Gollancz list this year. Whether you like SF thrillers, high fantasy, epic fantasy with a sharp twist, time travel stories, or fantasy cities we’re sure we’ve got something for you with a crop of five writers writing their first novel for Gollancz. Each writer … More
Tags: 2014, Anna Caltabiano, debuts, Den Patrick, Ed Cox, Gollancz, Gollancz Geeks, John Hornor Jacobs, Jon Wallace, new year
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Ho ho ho! The Gollancz elves have been busy making awesome books all year, and here they are to share with you some gift ideas for Christmas, for those of you who have left their shopping until the last moment, or feel like it’s time to treat yourself…
THE QUANTUM THIEF by Hannu Rajaniemi
The first Gollancz book I read after joining three years ago, this is a stunning debut that grips from the very first line: “As always, before the … More
We’ve all seen them. Those lists of the 100 books you should have read by now, or before you die. They’re often shared with laughter at how many (or likely, how few) have been read, and what is always, inevitably, missing from the list…
So here’s a chance to influence one of those lists.