Behind the scenes at the Age of Scorpio photoshoot
Those of you who have been following the blog for the last couple of weeks might have guessed that we’ve been teasing you with photos from Gavin G. Smith’s brilliant new novel, The Age of […]Read More
Gavin G. Smith short story
This week sees the return of Gavin G. Smith, author of Veteran and War in Heaven, with his new novel, The Age of Scorpio, out on Thursday. Gavin has kindly shared a short story with us, […]Read More
Crysis: Escalation – A Free Short Story by Gavin Smith
Today sees the release of the hugely-anticipated game Crysis 3, and also of our tie-in book. Gavin Smith has written a collection of linked short stories that fill in the gaps between the Crysis 2 […]Read More
Crysis: Escalation announcement
We’ve been working on this project for a while, but finally, after last night’s exciting Crysis 3 launch event at the BFI Imax, we can officially reveal the details of CRYSIS: ESCALATION, a tie-in book […]Read More
Triangle: a brand new short story by Gavin G. Smith
To celebrate the mass market paperback publication of Gavin Smith’s awesomely violent and breathlessly fast-moving WAR IN HEAVEN SF thriller we are delighted to be able to bring you an exclusive short story set in […]Read More
Easter is here, and that means only one thing . . .
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 […]Read More
Other Great Uses for Gavin Smith novels and your chance to appear in his next book!
If other writers are like me then they just want to sit at their computer, listening to music they like and writing stories. I came to being an author with few illusions of what the […]Read More
Combat Jack : A brand new short story from Gavin G. Smith
Gollancz Blog Exclusive! We have an exciting short story from author Gavin G. Smith to share with you to celebrate the publication of War in Heaven. ((WARNING STRONG LANGUAGE!)) Capital probably had a name once. […]Read More