The Gollancz Festival 2015 Digital Events

gollancz fest logo tinyIt’s #GollanczFest15 week! We are thrilled to reveal an action-packed programme of digital activities from Friday 16 October to Sunday 18 October at The Gollancz Festival 2015. Events will take place on nine social media platforms with the hashtag #GollanczFest15.

This year’s activities will include:
• Google hangouts with Scott Lynch, Elizabeth Bear, and Nalini Singh (click here to leave a question for Scott Lynch and Elizabeth Bear and here to leave a question for Nalini Singh)
• Reddit AMAs with Michael Moorcock and C. Robert Cargill
• A Good Reads Q&A with Charlaine Harris
• Writing tips from Ursula Le Guin on the Gollancz blog (click here to ask Ursula Le Guin your questions on Writing)
• A #FestFace Pinterest board, and #FestPets on Instagram
• Good Omens and SF Masterworks Play Buzz quizzes
• The return of One Star Reviews on YouTube
• And much, much more.

Please find the full programme of digital events at below, and follow #GollanczFest15 on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube for a few surprises.

In addition to being able to share our digital programme with you we are delighted to be able to tell you that will be offering a 25% discount on selected titles to coincide with digital activities.

The Gollancz Festival for Writers

Tickets to The Gollancz Festival 2015 at Manchester Deansgate and London Piccadilly have sold out, with nearly 300 tickets sold at each venue, but there are still a handful of tickets remaining for The Gollancz Festival for Writers. This extra Gollancz Festival event was launched two weeks ago in response to messages and tweets from disappointed genre fiction fans who missed out on purchasing tickets and it’s already proved extremely popular. The event will run at Waterstones Piccadilly from 12-3pm on Sunday 18 October, tickets priced at £8 (£6 for Waterstones card holders).

The event is aimed at aspiring writers and anyone looking for an insight into an author’s process. It will include talks from Ben Aaronovitch, Joe Abercrombie, Joanne Harris and Joe Hill, as well as a panel of talented debut authors discussing ‘the trials and tribulations of their first year in print’. Please see the full programme and buy tickets at

The Gollancz Festival at The Prince Charles Cinema on 15 and 18 October.

There also still tickets remaining for Gollancz Festival 2015 talk events at the Prince Charles ahead of the screenings of Minority Report on 15th October at 7.30pm, and The Prestige on 18th October at 8pm. Please visit for more information.


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