Gollancz acquires new Brandon Sanderson series – STEELHEART is coming!
Gollancz, the SFF imprint of Orion Publishing, has acquired the first YA series from the #1 New York Times bestselling author Brandon Sanderson, it was announced today by Simon Spanton, Deputy Publishing Director. UK & […]Read More
Gollancz Signs Debut SF Novel From Mitch Benn
Gollancz, the SF and Fantasy imprint of Orion Books, has signed up the debut science fiction novel from ‘The Now Show’ star Mitch Benn after an impromptu exchange on Twitter. The deal came about when […]Read More
On the tenth day of Christmas…
It’s the first day back at work in Gollancz towers today, so let’s celebrate with a quick peek into the future at the three amazing debut authors coming up this year – and three new […]Read More
Gollancz to explore The Empire of the Saviours in May 2012
Editor Marcus Gipps has bought world rights to a fantasy trilogy from an exciting new voice to the genre. The Chronicles of a Cosmic Warlord, by AJ Dalton, will begin with the publication of Empire […]Read More
A superb new fantasy trilogy comes to Gollancz . . .
The Book and The Sword fantasy trilogy by debut author Antoine Rouaud was acquired in a pre-emptive deal by Gollancz at the Frankfurt Bookfair this year. Editorial Director Gillian Redfearn took World English Language rights […]Read More
An unmissable Gollancz debut for 2013
Humans will be the hunted. Love will be tested. Vengeance will be had. An unmissable Gollancz debut for 2013! UK and Commonwealth rights to The Falconer trilogy by debut author Elizabeth May were snapped up […]Read More
GOLLANCZ PRE-EMPT FOR DEBUT FANTASY
Gollancz has snapped up a hotly tipped debut fantasy novel. The novel, tentatively titled Dreamstuff, is part of a two-book pre-empt deal by Gollancz Deputy Publishing Director Simon Spanton from Caspian Dennis at Abner Stein […]Read More
Gollancz Acquires Major Genre Debut at Auction
After a hotly fought auction, Gollancz Deputy Publishing Director Simon Spanton has snapped up a stunning debut spy thriller set in an ‘other’ Russia. Spanton acquired world rights in 3 novels by Peter Higgins, from […]Read More