Happy Publication Day: 21st June 2018!

Hi everyone, Just the one title releasing today, and it’s C. Robert Cargill’s latest work. We have all our fingers and toes firmly crossed he wins the Arthur C. Clarke Award this July for his fantastic Sea of Rust. But today is all about We Are Where the Nightmares Go and Other Stories! Read on for […]

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Happy Publication Day! 26th April 2018

It’s mmp publication day, and today we have one of the Financial Times’ best books of 2017 for your delight, entertainment, and enjoyment, by none other than C. Robert Cargill, acclaimed screenwriter of Marvel’s Doctor Strange!   Sea of Rust – C. Robert Cargill   An action-packed post-apocalyptic thriller from the critically acclaimed author, screenwriter, […]

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Cover Reveal: We Are Where The Nightmares Go by C. Robert Cargill

Hello everyone! We are delighted to reveal the cover for C. Robert Cargill’s latest work, We Are Where the Nightmares Go. This is a brand new book from the critically acclaimed screenwriter of Marvel’s Dr. Strange, and the author of Sea of Rust and Queen of the Dark Things. This time Cargill brings us a hair-raising collection of short […]

Read the first chapter of C. Robert Cargill’s SEA OF RUST

We are thrilled to share with you an exclusive extract from C. Robert Cargill’s stunning new sf adventure Sea of Rust. Out in shops today, Sea of Rust is the book everyone is talking about with rave reviews from authors and critics. Enter a world where humans are extinct . . .Wiped out in a […]

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Happy Publication Day 7th September 2017!

It’s publication day, and we’ve got two fantastic books for you. From one of the screenwriters of Doctor Strange, we bring you a sf tour-de-force of a post-apocalyptic robotic world, and the epic conclusion to the fantastic Far-Called Trilogy. Sea of Rust by C. Robert Cargill A scavenger robot wanders in the wasteland created by […]

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IT’S THEIR WORLD NOW a Guest Post by C. Robert Cargill

Or at least, it might be soon . . . We extend a warm, human welcome to C. Robert Cargill, whose book SEA OF RUST is out today. A post-apocalyptic robot Western that is action-packed, adrenaline-fueled science fiction, and far timelier than we realized . . .  I didn’t set out to write a timely […]

Review: Dreams and Shadows and Queen of the Dark Things

Whilst feverishly catching up on the Gollancz list Harriet, our new-ish Marketing Assistant, has discovered the wonder that is C. Robert Cargill. Here is her review of Dreams and Shadows and Queen of the Dark Things.   I have had two truly wonderful experiences over the past month: discovering C. Robert Cargill and seeing Justin […]

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Queen of the Dark Things

Happy Monday, Gollancz Blog readers! We’re delighted to start the week off with the perfect spring read, Queen of the Dark Things. Sequel to last years first Gollancz Geeks title, Dreams and Shadows, this is a book that we just can’t stop talking about here at Gollancz Towers. It’s given more than a few of […]

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Desert Island Horror: C. Robert Cargill

We are continuing to share our love of Halloween today with some more Desert Island choices from a horror master. Today, C. Robert Cargill, author of Dreams and Shadows and writer of one of 2012’s eeriest horror movies, Sinister, shares with us his choices. There are few things I love writing more than a desert […]

‘Colourful but Grey’: A Review of Dream and Shadows’ by C. Robert Cargill

Happy Friday!   We are very excited to be able to kick off our brand new feature here on the blog- Gollancz Geeks Friday Reads! Every Friday we’ll be sharing a Gollancz Geeks reviews with you. Today’s Dreams and Shadows review was written by Richard Webb. You can tweet Richard @RaW_writing or leave a comment for him on our […]

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