Stephen Baxter is the pre-eminent SF writer of his generation. Published around the world he has also won major awards in the UK, US, Germany, and Japan. Born in 1957 he has degrees from Cambridge and Southampton. He lives in Northumberland with his wife.
His books for Gollancz include the Mammoth Trilogy (Mammoth, Longtusk, Icebones) and its Omnibus edition Behemoth, the A Time Odyssey series of novels, written with Arthur C. Clarke (Time’s Eye, Sunstorm, Firstborn), the Northland trilogy (Stone Spring, Bronze Summer, Iron Winter), the Time’s Tapestry series (Emperor, Conqueror, Navigator, Weaver) and the Destiny’s Children series (Coalescent, Exultant, Transcendent, Resplendent), as well as the novels Evolution, Reality Dust, Flood, Ark and Xeelee: An Omnibus.
For more information about his books, simply click on their titles above. Visit Stephen Baxter’s website at www.stephen-baxter.com.
Gollancz is delighted to have acquired World Rights to The Medusa Chronicles; a science fiction adventure written in a unique collaboration between two high profile science-fiction authors: Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynolds.
The Medusa Chronicles is inspired by Arthur C. Clarke’s influential short story A Meeting with Medusa, following the story of Howard Falcon, captain of an experimental airship and crash survivor who leads an expedition to explore Jupiter’s atmosphere. Picking up Clarke’s themes of … More
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We’d like to wish a very happy Publication Day to all of our books out in bookshops and online today. This week we’re celebrating the 30th anniversary of a ground-breaking fantasy classic, an out of this world adventure and a return to Bon Temps. You’ve got so many reasons to visit your bookshop, library or feed your e-reader.
Dead But Not Forgotten by Charlaine Harris: Charlaine Harris’ smash-hit Sookie Stackhouse series may have reached its conclusion, but … More
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We welcome Stephen Baxter to the Gollancz blog with a guest post about Buzz Aldrin’s Encounter with Tiber.
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On the 27th of November Stephen Baxter is back with the brand new adventure, Ultima, the follow up to last year’s thrilling Proxima. To celebrate the publication of Ultima we’re taking a look back at the incredible Promixa with an exciting two chapter extract!
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Everyone here at Gollancz is thrilled by the announcement of the shortlist for the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel of 2013, which you can find here.
The Gollancz nominees are as follows:
Stephen Baxter – Proxima
Phillip Mann – The Disestablishment of Paradise
Paul McAuley – Evening’s Empires
Christopher Priest – The Adjacent
Alastair Reynolds – On the Steel Breeze
The winner will be announced at the Campbell Conference on 13th June. … More
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