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Month: February 2015

A Tourist’s Guide to the Best (and Worst) Cities in Science-Fiction and Fantasy

We are delighted to welcome Jen Williams back to the Gollancz Blog to share a very special guest post with you. Looking for the perfect SFF location to while away the last weekend in February? […]

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Related Categories: Competition, Fantasy, Guest Post

14 Reasons to Fall in Love with The Death House

    Every once in a while a book comes along that you fall utterly in love with. This year, that book is The Death House. Heartbreaking, compelling and deeply moving, this is a book […]

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Related Categories: Sarah Pinborough

How to shoot a levitation photo

Levitation shots present the viewer with something unexpected, which instantly makes them appealing, but they need to be done well if you want the viewer to suspend their disbelief and accept the subject floating in […]

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Related Categories: Photography

Fantasy Masterworks Spotlight: Little, Big

A magical, funny, eloquent, unforgettable fantasy about a house filled with enchantment and the strange folk who inhabit it. We are delighted to present this new edition of John Crowley’s World Fantasy Award-winning novel, with […]

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Related Categories: Masterworks, New Releases

Yours Tonight by Joya Ryan: read an extract

We’re hugely excited to be publishing Joya Ryan’s sensationally sexy Yours Tonight on the 5th March, so to whet your appetite here’s an early sneak peek . . .  ‘Maybe if we left and I […]

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Related Categories: With Love Extracts, With Love Posts
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Quick-fire Q&A with Penny Vincenzi

My dream holiday destination… The Galapagos Islands. Not only to see the amazing animals and birds, but to actually be where Darwin was when he formed his most important theories. My guilty pleasure… Reading in […]

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Related Categories: Bookends News

On This Day: Theodore Sturgeon

On this day in 1918, Edward Hamilton Waldo – better known to the world as Theodore Sturgeon – was born  in New York City. Sturgeon was not a pseudonym; his name was legally changed after his […]

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Related Categories: Authors

Jupiter Ascending is better than Star Wars

The Gollancz Blog is delighted to welcome Gavin G. Smith back to the blog. As you can see from the title of this post, Gavin is about to explain to you why he belives Jupiter Ascending is […]

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Related Categories: Films, Gavin G. Smith, Science Fiction

Ask Becks Anything – the hero of K. Bromberg’s Slow Burn answers your questions

As promised, the smoking-hot Becks has been busy answering all your questions, with a little help from K. Bromberg, author of Slow Burn. Take it away, Becks . . . Q: What is your favourite […]

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If You Were Me paperback out on 12th March

Look what arrived this morning – the lovely paperback editions of If You Were Me which will be in the shops on 12th March. I hope you enjoy it!

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Related Categories: Sheila O'Flanagan News

Using 'props' in your street photography

The ‘street’ is not a blank canvas. There are numerous elements that make up our surroundings, and these elements can be thought of as ‘props.’ The use of street props can help make an image […]

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Related Categories: Photography

Gateway Omnibus Spotlight: Patricia McKillip (Vol. 1)

From the vaults of The SF Gateway, the most comprehensive digital library of classic SFF titles ever assembled, comes an ideal introduction to the lyrical work of two-time World Fantasy Award-winning author, Patricia A. McKillip, […]

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Related Categories: New Releases, SF Gateway Omnibuses

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