James Barclay is the author of the Chronicles of the Raven (Dawnthief, Noonshade, and Nightchild)and Legends of the Raven (Elfsorrow, Shadowheart and Demonstorm) series, which came to a conclusion with the stunning Ravensoul. Together these seven novels form The Raven Saga, which has sold hundreds of thousands of copies worldwide.
James Barclay also penned the epic fantasy duology The Ascendants of Estorea (Cry of the Newborn and Shout for the Dead) and has written two novellas.
He is currently at work on his Elves trilogy: Elves: Once Walked With Gods , Elves: Rise of the TaiGethen and Elves: Beyond the Mists of Katura.
James Barclay lives in Teddington with his wife and two children. Find out more on his website, or follow @barculator on Twitter.
James Barclay is the author of the CHRONICLES OF THE RAVEN and the LEGENDS OF THE RAVEN series, which have sold hundreds of thousands of copies. The Raven saga came to a conclusion with the stunning RAVENSOUL. He also penned the epic fantasy duology The Ascendants of Estorea and has written two novellas. He is currently at work on his Elves trilogy, which began with ELVES: ONE WALKED WITH THE GODS.
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Eastercon! The Gollancz Gang is going to be hanging out, attending panels, in the bar, running a book stand and more at the Edwardian Raddison, Heathrow, throughout Easter . . . so here’s our quick guide to all the Eastercon action:
Friday 6th April 2012
14.00 Pushing the Boundaries of Genre
What are the boundaries of genre? Where does one begin and another end? Does definition limit imagination, or give it something to feed on. Come along, for all this and more … More
Tags: EasterCon, Events, Fantasy, Science Fiction
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Today we’re thrilled to have another guest blogger on the blog. Following the delightful Pornokitsch joining us to talk about the ethos behind their award, today we have Stan Nicholls, Chairman of the David Gemmell Legend Awards, with a little bit about how the award came about, and what it’s designed to do. And watch this space! The David Gemmell Legend Award Shortlists are announced on Sunday!
When David Gemmell died on 28th July 2006, aged … More
Tags: Andrzej Sapkowski, Brandon Sanderson, David Gemmell Longlist, Fantasy, James Barclay, Joe Abercrombie, Pierre Pevel, Stan Nicholls
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This week you may have spotted a competition on the blog: Guess the title, win the book!
The rules are as more or less exactly as you’d expect; we give you a few clues and if you were one of the first people to correctly email us the title we’d send you a copy of the book . . . right up until we run out of books! We had five copies to give away this week, and your fiendish clues … More
Tags: Elves: Rise of the TaiGethen, Guess the Title, James Barclay
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So you’re at the SFX Weekender this weekend in Prestatyn, and while, looking at your schedule you realise there is literally so much going on, you don’t know where to start? Well handily, we have highlighted below exactly where and when you can see and meet all the Gollancz authors talking and signing over the weekend. See, aren’t we good to you? All you have to do is turn up and enjoy!
12noon – Sunday Times bestselling Rivers of London author … More
Tags: Ben Aaronovitch, Events, Jaine Fenn, James Barclay, Joe Abercrombie, Robert Rankin, Sam Sykes, Sarah Pinborough, SFX Weekender, Sophia McDougal, Stephen Baxter, Suzanne McLeod
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