Where are our Geeks Wolfhound Century Geeks Quotes?
Some of you might have noticed that we haven’t put up the Wolfhound Century Geeks quotes today (which is Friday). We did say visit us today for quotes, but we really meant visit us on […]Read More
Announcing The Gospel of Loki Blog and Book Shop Tours!
It’s the last Friday of January and that can only mean one thing . . . it’s time to kick off all things Gospel of Loki! The Gospel of Loki is our February Gollancz Geeks […]Read More
The Wolfhound Century is here!
Wolfhound Century, a 2013 Gollancz Geeks title, is out now in paperback and we’ve got a special blog post from the book’s editor, Simon, to share with you. Anyone unfortunate enough to be around me over […]Read More
Discover Richard Montanari’s childhood fears
To celebrate the paperback publication of The Stolen Ones by Richard Montanari, a thriller that promises to wake your deepest childhood fears, we spoke to some of our authors about what scared them most when they […]Read More
Wolves: Chapter Three
The good news is that January is nearly over. The bad news is, this is also means that this is the last chapter of Wolves we’ll be sharing as our book of the month, to […]Read More
New Book of the Week: The Jewel in the Skull
You might notice something familiar about our current New Book of the Week. I mean besides the fact that it’s one of the most best-known books from one of the most famous fantasy authors of […]Read More
CHRISTIAN CAMERON REVEALS FANTASY-FICTION PEN NAME
Gollancz are delighted to officially reveal that Miles Cameron, author of the Traitor Son Cycle, is a pen name for the critically acclaimed author of historical fiction, Christian Cameron, best-known for his on-going historical fiction series Tyrant. Christian […]Read More
An Introduction to Matthew Reilly's The Tournament
It was a real surprise when we got the new book from Matthew Reilly. Far from the techno-thrillers full of adrenalin-fuelled action and international conspiracy he’s known for, The Tournament is a historical murder mystery […]Read More
SF Masterwork of the Week: A Fall of Moondust
Arthur C. Clarke was renowned for his Big Ideas. From the aeon-spanning future history of The City and the Stars to the transcendent glory of 2001: A Space Odyssey via nothing less than the destiny […]Read More