Gemmell Award Shortlisting
Fantastic news everyone – as you might have seen, we have a whole host of authors and artists up for awards at the Gemmells, which take place on the 14th of July this year. This is definitely worth a song and a dance, so feast your eyes upon the delightful covers up for the Ravenheart […]Read More
Congratulations to our Locus Awards shortlisted authors!
This weekend we received some wonderful news. Gollancz is delighted to report that six of our authors have been shortlisted for Locus 2017 awards. Please join us in congratulating our authors who are shortlisted for the 2017 Locus Awards. Best SF Novel The Medusa Chronicles by Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynolds Take Back […]Read More
Back from Eastercon with big news!
We would like to congratulate Aliette de Bodard on her double win at the British Science Fiction Awards. Aliette won for best novel: The House of Shattered Wings and best short fiction: ‘Three Cups of Grief, by Starlight’. This is the first time a single author has won both best novel and best short fiction […]Read More
Congratulations to Aliette de Bodard, Ian McDonald and Justina Robson!
We’d like to congratulate Aliette de Bodard, Ian McDonald and Justina Robson on their shortlisting for the BSFA Best Novel Award. Luna by Ian McDonald ‘All the pleasures of a cut-throat soap opera in space’ The Guardian The moon is home to five powerful houses; huge corporations, vying to take control of the moon’s […]Read More
Congratulations to Edward Cox and Den Patrick!
Please join us in congratulating our fabulous authors Edward Cox and Den Patrick who have been nominated for British Fantasy Awards. The Relic Guild by Edward Cox, is nominated for Best Fantasy Novel and Edward Cox is also nominated for Best Newcomer. Marcus Gipps, Edward’s editor said: ‘I’m thrilled to see that Ed Cox’s debut […]Read More
Congratulations to our BSFA shortlisted titles!
We’re thrilled to see the superb Wolves by Simon Ings feature twice on the BSFA Award shortlist. Once for best novel (congratulations Simon!) and once for Best Cover (congratulations to Jeffrey Alan Love for his frankly inspired artwork and to Nick May for his elegant design). And with Bete shortlisted for Best Cover as well […]Read More
Ursula K. Le Guin Accepts the National Book Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters
Readers of this blog should need no introduction to Ursula K. Le Guin. Nor should they need us to tell them how important she is to modern literature – both within genre and without. They certainly shouldn’t need us to tell them that she has won a staggering five Hugos, six Nebulas, two World Fantasy […]Read More
Beauty by Sarah Pinborough Wins Best Novella of 2014!
We are absolutely delighted to announce that Beauty, Sarah Pinborough’s novella retelling the story of Sleeping Beauty, has been recognised as the Best Novella of 2014 by the prestigious British Fantasy Society Awards . Part of a linked trio of novellas (Poison, retelling the story of Snow White, Charm, retelling Cinderella’s story, and Beauty, focusing […]Read More
Gollancz & SF Gateway Hugo eBook Promotion: the '80s & '90s
Alas, the 1980s were a rather dry period for Gollancz Hugo Award winners, with only one for Arthur C. Clarke in 1980. Luckily, the world was put to rights in the following decade, with Gollancz claiming nearly half of the awards for Best Novel in the 1990s. All eBook editions of our winners are currently […]Read More
Gollancz & SF Gateway Hugo eBook Promotion: 2000 and Beyond
Right. With the small matter of LonCon3 rushing inexorably towards us and time becoming even more relative than usual, here, without further ado (and by ‘ado’ we mean ‘anything other than dates and names’) are our winners from the twenty-first century. And the year 2000, which is still the twentieth century (yes, it is; don’t […]Read More
Announcing the Golllancz & SF Gateway Hugo Award eBook Promotion!
With less than a week to go until the 2014 Worldcon and this year’s Hugo Award ceremony, we thought we’d celebrate the rich heritage of the Hugo Awards by price-promoting the eBook editions of past Hugo winners from both Gollancz and the SF Gateway imprints. Between the two lists, we have a very creditable 30 […]Read More
Golllancz & SF Gateway Hugo Award eBook Promotion: the 1970s
Like the 1960s, the 1970s proved to be a fruitful decade for Gateway authors at the Hugo Awards. We publish eight of the total 10 winners, with seven of those also part of our SF Masterworks series. Our Hugo eBook promotion continues, but only for a limited time: grab any of the eBook editions of […]Read More
Golllancz & SF Gateway Hugo Award eBook Promotion: the 1960s
As preparations for Loncon, the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention, continue, we move our attention to Gollancz and SF Gateway’s past Hugo winners from the 1960s, a decade in which – as you will soon see – we did quite well . . . You can download the the e-book edition of any of the […]Read More
Gollancz and SF Gateway: the Campbell Award Winners
As noted earlier in posts about the Hugos, Nebulas, Arthur C. Clarke and BSFA Awards, SF Gateway and Gollancz have quite a decent strike rate in the major genre prizes. So how do we score with the John W. Campbell, Jr Memorial Award? Well, in keeping with earlier efforts: not bad, not bad at all . […]Read More
Gollancz & SF Gateway: the Hugo Winners
Following our posts celebrating Gollancz and SF Gateway‘s BSFA, Arthur C. Clarke and Nebula Award-winning novels . . . it’s the Hugo Awards! And we’re delighted to say we have a very creditable 30 out of 62 winners, including the first and (for another couple of months, at least) most recent winners. Look: 1953 The […]Read More