Angry Robot Breaks New Ground

Angry Robot is a relative newcomer when it comes to the world of Science Fiction publishing, but it has a remarkable record. Founded in 2009, it took the the publishing house only two years to be recognised as a massive success with Zoo City by Lauren Beukes scooping the 2011 Arthur C Clarke Award, considered the... Continue Reading →

New Nix Books on the Way

Gollancz has recently announced that they will be publishing two new fantasy novels from bestselling author Garth Nix. The two books are titled Angel Mage and The Left-handed Booksellers of London and will be released in October of this year, and an unknown date next year respectively. Gollancz has announced that Angel Mage is the story of an... Continue Reading →

The Revisionists available for Pre-Order

Bryan Alaspa has announced that his latest novel, The Revisionists, is now available for pre-order ahead of it's Kindle release on March 19th. Described as "A terrifying new mind bending thriller", Alaspa's latest novel charts the story of Cal Trove, head of the most successful technology company ever built, and his invention of a new piece... Continue Reading →

Luna Press Introduces “Incomplete Solutions”

Incomplete Solutions by Wole Talabi is the fourth book in The Harvester Series. It will contain a series of short stories, two novelletes and one novella.  For those wondering, a novelette is generally considered as between 7,500 and 17,000 words, whereas a novella is 17,000 to 40,000 words. This can get confusing, we understand. This release will... Continue Reading →

Emerging Worlds: A Revamp

That's right, Emerging Worlds is back. Well, sort of back. In a different way. In line with the modern trends of trigger happy film studio executives, we decided that the nearly-a-year-old single-issue magazine of Emerging Worlds was long overdue for a reboot. Instead of hearkening back to the olden days of classic Science Fiction magazines, the ones... Continue Reading →

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