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Gollancz Friday Reads

As another week comes to a close, it’s time to check out what Team Gollancz will be reading this weekend . . . Harriet – Northern Lights by Philip Pullman Darren  – The House of War and Witness by Mike, Linda and Louise Carey Marcus – Elric: The Moonbeam Roads by Michael Moorcock Gillian – […]

Friday Reads: The Michael Moorcock Collection

This week, our Friday Reads is a little bit different; John Davey, editor of the Michael Moorcock Collection, explains what is making these editions unique. As editor of the Michael Moorcock Collection, I’ve been asked by Gollancz and the SF Gateway to talk a little bit about the project.I was, in fact, asked some months […]

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On the tenth day of Geekmas…

It’s the tenth day of Christmas, but I can’t quote the traditional song as that would give away the answer to the really quite tricky competition question. So fill in the gaps yourselves. Anyway, on the tenth day of Christmas we’re celebrating The Michael Moorcock Collection, our herculean effort to reprint all of Mike’s genre […]

Friday Reads: Bank Holiday Edition

It’s the Bank Holiday weekend which means it’s the perfect time to curl up with a good book. Here’s what some of Team Gollancz will be reading this weekend. Gillian: This long weekend I’m reading Fables by Bill Willingham. It’s a long-running graphic novel series (I’m reading the collected editions,currently volume 4 of 8) about what […]

Michael Moorcock Reading List

So we’ve had a few requests on twitter, facebook and by email to suggest a reading order for the Michael Moorcock Collection. As you may know, Gollancz is deeply proud to be publishing the (almost) complete genre works of Michael Moorcock, an author who has had an incalculable influence on many genres. Fantasy, SF, literary […]

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Friday Reads: Introducing Adventure Rocketship!

 Gollancz is delighted to bring you a special guest post from Jonathan Wright.  The blast-off date for the first-ever flight of Adventure Rocketship! is here. As the exhausted editor of a new anthology that’s been steeping in speculative fiction for some months now, it’s hard to imagine that anybody in the whole world anywhere might not be […]

The Michael Moorcock collection

Gollancz has embarked on one of the most significant republishing programmes in genre fiction – the Michael Moorcock collection, comprising over 30 print editions and many more individual ebooks, covering almost all of his genre work. All of the work has been revisited and refined by Mike’s long term bibliographer John Davey. We’re delighted that […]

The SF Masterworks

Launched in 1999 and described by none other than Iain M. Banks as ‘An amazing list, genuinely the best novels from sixty years of SF’, the Masterworks have grown to be a keynote collection for anyone with even the faintest interest in the genre. In the intervening years the list has changed its look, a […]

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SF Gateway: the Week in Blog Posts

Here’s a chance to catch up on the week’s activity from the point of view of SF Gateway, our sister site devoted to classic science fiction. The start of the week was all about the Multiverse! Monday: Michael Moorcock is Coming to Gateway! Tuesday: Michael Moorcock eBook Launch Schedule  Wednesday was, of course, Hallowe’en: A […]

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Gollancz to publish the definitive Michael Moorcock

Gollancz is to release the entire science fiction and fantasy back catalogue of Michael Moorcock, plus much of his literary fiction. The two-year publishing project will launch in February 2013, with publication of Moorcock’s last three Elric novels, Daughter of Dreams, Destiny’s Brother and Son of the Wolf. The programme will go on to bring […]

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