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The SF Gateway Omnibuses

It is our dedicated mission in life to transform the SF & Fantasy shelves of your local bookshops into an unbroken sea of yellow. Of course, the new SF Masterworks are a sort of yellow – and, as they now number over one hundred, form a formidable presence in all good bookshops, but that’s not quite enough for us. Not enough books, not enough yellow. Thus the SF Gateway omnibuses.

We have published thirteen, thus far:

July
Sheri S Tepper SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Gordon R Dickson SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Frank Herbert SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback

August
Bob Shaw SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Joe Haldeman SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Robert Silverberg SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback

September
James Blish SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Kate Wilhelm SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
James Blaylock SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Keith Roberts SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback

October
Jack Vance SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
E.E. ‘Doc’ Smith SF Gateway Omnibus eBook (available 28th November) | trade paperback
The Pellucidar SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback

 
And here is what you can expect over the next few months . . .
 
28th November
Robert Holdstock SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Clifford Simak SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
John Sladek SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Poul Anderson SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback

19th December
E.C. Tubb SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Pat Cadigan SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Henry Kuttner SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback

January 2014
Algis Budrys SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
C.L. Moore SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback
Garry Kilworth SF Gateway Omnibus eBook | trade paperback

 

We’ll post further into the future in the New Year. Meanwhile, we hope that these will whet your appetite for more classic SF & F. Happy reading!