Advice for Writers from Writers – Part One
A publishing list would be nothing without its authors, and we’re always astounded by how welcoming, helpful and downright nice ours are. So as part of #gollanczfest we asked them to provide us with some suggestions and advice for aspiring authors. We have four posts for you today from authors such as Joanne Harris, Aliette […]Read More
A House Divided
On March 12th, we publish the mass market paperback edition of The House of War and Witness, the haunting second novel by Linda Carey, Louise Carey and M.R. Carey (author, as we’re sure you all know, of the wonderful The Girl With all the Gifts). It’s an extraordinary novel by three extraordinary writers. As I […]Read More
Gollancz Friday Reads
As another week comes to a close, it’s time to check out what Team Gollancz will be reading this weekend . . . Harriet – Northern Lights by Philip Pullman Darren – The House of War and Witness by Mike, Linda and Louise Carey Marcus – Elric: The Moonbeam Roads by Michael Moorcock Gillian – […]Read More
Review: The Girl With All The Gifts
**WARNING!** This review does contain spoilers, so if you don’t want to know what The Girl With All The Gifts is about DON’T READ ON. But I would say it’s a fantastic book and you should definitely read it.Read More
Team Gollancz Friday Reads
Check out Team Gollancz’s stack of Friday Reads for this week… Blood Music by Greg Bear The House of War and Witness by Mike Carey, Linda Carey and Louise Carey Beauty by Sarah Pinborough The Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness Stones of Aran: Pilgrimage by Tim Robinson Terra’s World by Mitch Benn How to […]Read More
Here's what Team Gollancz are reading this weekend!
Happy Friday, Gollancz Blog Readers! Here’s what we’ll be reading over the weekend. Let us know in the comments which books you’ll be tucking into this the weekend. Sophie: I missed my tube stop. I was reading at 4am. BARRICADE is an action-packed, unrelenting page turner. The novel follows two engineered artificial life forms– a pragmatic […]Read More
The House of War and Witness by Mike, Linda and Louise Carey. Exclusive Cover Reveal!
Last year we published The City of Silk and Steel: a wonderful debut novel by an author with almost a dozen books to their name. Wait. What? OK, so there was a modicum of publishing legerdemain involved there. Or – as people without an over-active pretentious gland call it – a bit of cheating. The City […]Read More
The Price of Democracy, or: My Descent Into Fascism and What I Found There
Gollancz is delighted to be able to bring you a series of guest posts from Mike, Linda and Louise Carey to celebrate the publication of The City of Silk and Steel. Today, we are thrilled to bring you a guest post from Mike Carey. There’s a remark you hear bandied about a lot, mostly in relation […]Read More
Tales of the Seven Djinni: What is Known, and What is Hidden
As we approach publication of Mike, Linda and Louise Carey’s extraordinary 1001 Nights-esque The City of Silk and Steel, we’re delighted to present a series of short tales designed to entertain and enlighten you. Here, without further ado, is the first of them . . . What is Known, and What is Hidden There […]Read More
Mike Carey & Linda Carey Reading The City of Silk and Steel
In just six weeks or so, we’re delighted to be publishing The City of Silk and Steel, the stunning debut fantasy from the writing team of Mike Carey, his wife Linda and their daughter Louise. Mike, of course, is the author of the Felix Castor novels, as well as being an acclaimed writer of comics […]Read More
SFX Mag Mugshot Extravaganza!
So, if you wander down to your local news/mag emporium and pick up a copy of the latest SFX (June edish), you can turn to page 45 and see real, untouched pictures of your hmble scribe from the SFX bash at Waterstones Piccadilly branch. Sitting right there between Philip Palmer and Mike Carey, with the […]Read More
Back From Alt.Fiction In Derby
And what an interesting jaunt it was – was meant to catch the 7am from Glasgow Central (for an arrival in Derby at 12.25, allowing enough leeway to cab it to the Derby Quad in time for the signing sesh at 1pm); however, said train broke down and we passengers were shifted onto the 8am to […]Read More