An Extract from Mythago Wood
Continuing our celebration of the life and works of Robert Holdstock, here follows an extract from his World Fantasy Award-winning masterpiece, Mythago Wood. Prologue Edward Wynne-Jones, Esq. 15 College Road Oxford Edward – You must come back to the Lodge. Please don’t delay for even an hour! I have discovered a fourth pathway into […]Read More
Whose (First) Line Is It, Anyway?
Once a day, this week, we’ve been tweeting the opening lines to SF Gateway books. In case you missed them, they were: Monday: Edward – you must come back to the Lodge. Please don’t delay for even an hour! Tuesday: The volcano that had reared Taratua up from the Pacific depths had been sleeping now […]Read More
SF Gateway Author of the Week: Pat Cadigan
Our Author of the Week this week is the wonderful Pat Cadigan. Pat has twice won the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award: in 1992 for Synners, which has recently been republished in Gollancz‘s SF Masterworks list, and then again in 1995 for Fools. She has also been shortlisted multiple times for the Hugo, Nebula, […]Read More
Patrick Rothfuss, or how I learned to love audio and stopped dislocating my shoulder by carrying really really heavy hardbacks in my satchel on my way to work…
Hi, my name is Paul… Hi Paul! Hi, my name is Paul and I’m a Rothfuss-aholic… Well, I thought I ought to get that out of the way early. I started working for Orion in 2007 about 7 months before first publication of THE NAME OF THE WIND and first encountered it at the London Book […]Read More