Why yes we did. Last autumn we announced the very exciting news that we would be publishing the legendary Michael Moorcock‘s complete SF/Fantasy oeuvre. And the time is fast approaching when we’ll see the first of The Michael Moorcock Collection – in print omnibus editions from Gollancz and individual eBooks from SF Gateway – and if our Inbox is anything to go by, quite a few of you are anxious to know the schedule.
Never let it be said that we let the anguished cries of the multiverse-starved go unanswered! Here, without further ado, is what the next few months should look like, eBook-wise:
28th March 2013
The Chinese Agent
The Russian Intelligence
Daughter of Dreams: Elric: The Moonbeam Roads Book One
Destiny’s Brother: Elric: The Moonbeam Roads Book Two
Son of the Wolf: Elric: The Moonbeam Roads Book Three
11th April 2013
The Distant Suns
The Golden Barge
Sojan the Swordsman
Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe: Book One: The Knight of the Swords
Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe: Book Two: The Queen of the Swords
Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe: Book Three: The King of the Swords
Corum: The Prince with the Silver Hand: Book One: The Bull and the Spear
Corum: The Prince with the Silver Hand: Book Two: The Oak and the Ram
Corum: The Prince with the Silver Hand: Book Three: The Sword and the Stallion
Hawkmoon: The History of the Runestaff: Book One: The Jewel In The Skull
Hawkmoon: The History of the Runestaff: Book Two: The Mad God’s Amulet
Hawkmoon: The History of the Runestaff: Book Three: The Sword of the Dawn
Hawkmoon: The History of the Runestaff: Book Four: The Runestaff
9th May 2013
Gloriana; or, The Unfulfill’d Queen
Elric of Melniboné
Hawkmoon: Count Brass: Book One: Count Brass
Hawkmoon: Count Brass: Book Two: The Champion of Garathorm
Hawkmoon: Count Brass: Book Three: The Quest for Tanelorn
This is the planned schedule and we’ll do everything we can to stick to it, but we may need to delay titles at the last minute if the eBook doesn’t pass quality control. At the moment, everything is on track to meet the above schedule but who knows when the Lords of Chaos are going to strike . . .
N.B. The above differs slightly from the print schedule because the first three Corum books didn’t pass inspection and had to be sent back for correction. We apologise for the delay but we’re sure that, like us, you’d rather wait an extra couple of weeks than have inferior quality eBooks.
Welcome back to the Multiverse . . .