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Month: June 2015

Sarah Waters, shortlisted for the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction for The Paying Guests

Sarah Waters shortlisted for the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction 2015 with The Paying Guests. We are delighted to announce that The Paying Guests has been shortlisted for this year’s Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction. […]

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It’s a Science Fictional Day

Today is one of those days when the science fictional world spills over into the real world. First of all, today is Asteroid Day, a global event dedicated to increasing the awareness of asteroids and […]

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Happy Birthday, Dave Duncan!

Today marks the 82nd birthday of Dave Duncan, the much-loved author of almost four dozen novels – mostly Fantasy but a few SF, mostly in the early years of his career.  He has twice won […]

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Cover Reveal: Spinning Thorns

We are delighted to reveal the cover for Anna Sheehan’s new novel, Spinning Thorns. Spinning Thorns is a superb new fairytale inspired novel from the award-winning author of A Long, Long Sleep. Spinning Thorns asks […]

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On This Day: Ray Harryhausen

On this day, in 1920, special effects legend Ray Harryhausen was born in Los Angeles, California. For those raised on modern CGI techniques, for whom the likes of Pixar and ILM have always been there, […]

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Shooting from the hip: the essential street photography guide

Shooting from the hip is a valuable skill that all street photographers should develop. It enables you to capture scenes without actually looking through the viewfinder, thus giving the impression you aren’t actually using the […]

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Are you ready for Second Chance Summer?

July Book of the Month     Chapter 1 After fighting a brush fire at the base of Cedar Ridge for ten straight hours, Aidan Kincaid had only three things on his mind: sex, pizza, […]

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Team Gollancz Friday Reads

Team Gollancz are doing their bit to spread that Friday feeling – here are what they’re reading this weekend.. Looking for a great Friday Read? This week you can download the eBook of Al Robertson’s […]

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Space Probes

Gateway is on record as being an ardent admirer of NASA and its wonderful Astronomy Picture of the Day site. Wanna know why?  Because this:   To boldly go . . .

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European Union considers anti-photography legislation

It’s well known that you can’t photograph the Eiffel Tower at night – commercially at least – without getting permission from the owners. That’s because although the tower is old enough that the architecture is […]

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