Mike Carey is a comics writer, novelist and screenwriter who lives and works in London, England. He is best known for his work on the multiple Eisner-nominated series Lucifer and for a critically-acclaimed run on Vertigo’s flagship title, Hellblazer.
He is the author of the Felix Castor novels and is currently writing the monthly series The Unwritten for DC Vertigo.He has also written X-Men, X-Men Legacy and Fantastic Four for Marvel Comics.His screenplay Silent War, written for Slingshot and Intrepid Pictures, is about to go into production.
He is also the author of The City of Silk and Steel, written with his wife Linda and their daughter Louise.
Gollancz is delighted to announce the acquisition of World Rights to science fiction thriller ONE WAY and its sequel by S.J. Morden. Perfect for fans of Andy Weir’s The Martian and Richard Morgan, ONE WAY is a murder mystery set on the frozen wastes of Mars. Eight astronauts, one Killer, no way home.
Gollancz Senior Editor, Rachel Winterbottom, bought the rights to the two-book deal from Antony Harwood at Antony Harwood Ltd.
Author, S. J. Morden said: ‘It’s not often a … More
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This week we have two magnificent space operas for you. This is some of the best science fiction you could hope to read. The sequel to what was called ‘among the most significant works of science fiction released in recent years’ from Tom Toner comes out today alongside the new story from Alastair Reynolds, which is always a hugely exciting event! And for all you audiophiles out there, we have three Nalini Singh audiobooks coming out today.
The Weight of … More
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We are delighted to welcome Bradley Beaulieu back to the blog. Today Bradley shares with us an exclusive deleted scene from Blood Upon the Sand. Return to the ancient walled city of Sharakhai, home to the Twelve Kings and Çeda. This exciting extract follows Çeda as she embarks on a dangerous mission.
Çeda and the Sandship
Cloaked in the darkness of a moonlit night, Çeda crouched atop a rise a league out from Sharakhai. Around her neck hung the … More
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We are thrilled to welcome Aliette De Bodard back to the Gollancz blog for a special guest post. Aliette discusses the process of designing the cover for her novella Children of Thorns, Children of Water. a prequel to The House of Binding Thorns. Read on to see the stunning cover and find out how you can get the ebook of the novella for free.
Small confession: I’ve got all the artistic affinity of a hedgehog with a paintbrush in its … More
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Please take a moment to ogle with us at the cover for HIGH STAKES, the latest in the WILD CARDS series edited by George R. R. Martin and Melinda M. Snodgrass. Just LOOK at that awesome blend of Lovecraftian horror and superheroics by the very talented Richard Jones (ace illustrator) and Patrick Knowles (ace designer).
This instalment delves deeper into the world of aces, jokers, and the hard-boiled men and women of the Fort Freak police precinct in a pulpy, page-turning novel . … More
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