We are absolutely delighted to be able to share with you the exclusive short story, Hemlock by Edward Cox. Hemlock is set in the Relic Guild world and is a must read for fans of The Relic Guild. Hemlock, read by the amazing Imogen Church, is also available as a free to download from Audible and Soundcloud. But, if you’d prefer to read this brilliant … More
Please join us in congratulating our fabulous authors Edward Cox and Den Patrick who have been nominated for British Fantasy Awards.
The Relic Guild by Edward Cox, is nominated for Best Fantasy Novel and Edward Cox is also nominated for Best Newcomer. Marcus Gipps, Edward’s editor said: ‘I’m thrilled to see that Ed Cox’s debut The Relic Guild has had such a great reception, topped off by this nomination. It’s a wonderful book, and I’m … More
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Check out what Team Gollancz are reading this weekend..
Gillian – Magicien by Raymond E. Feist
Emily – Was by Geoff Ryman
Simon – The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon
Charlie - How to be Both by Ali Smith
We’d like to wish a very happy Publication Day to all of our books out in bookshops and online today. This week we have two exciting trade titles and eBooks perfect for fans of action, adventure and hard SF. Wishlists at the ready, start plotting your visit to your local bookshop, library or favourite eTailer now.
We’re thrilled to be able to reveal the artwork for Ben Aaronovitch’s upcoming Peter Grant novel The Hanging Tree. After a brief trip to the country Peter is back in London and in the thick of it with an investigation that centres around the echoing Mayfair mansions of the super-rich and the bloody legacy of the gallows at Tyburn.
Once again Patrick Knowles has woven an excellent design around Stephen Walters’ gorgeous artwork. Take a walk through the streets … More