Virago to publish R. O. Kwon’s gripping debut, The Incendiaries
On 6th September 2018, Virago publish The Incendiaries, a powerful, darkly glittering debut novel about violence, love, faith, and loss by R. O. Kwon, in hardback. The ebook edition will be available early in July so add it to your summer reading wish list and watch this space for early proofs, extracts and more. To read […]Read More
Exclusive Interview with Peter Higgins
We are delighted to welcome Peter Higgins back to the Gollancz Blog for a special interview. Peter Higgins is the author of the forthcoming Wolfhound Empire. Find out what books Peter has been reading recently, his favourite author, his writing rituals, most recommended book and much more! Who is your favourite author? David Bowie. Jack […]Read More
Cover Reveal: The White City
Welcome to Down Station. Next stop, the White City. Please stand clear of any open doorways – they might lead you to a land of possibilities, of monsters, and of secrets you hoped would never be revealed. . . THE WHITE CITY is Simon Morden’s follow-up to the sublime DOWN STATION, and we’ve once again […]Read More
Cover Reveal: Wolfhound Empire
We’re delighted to reveal the cover for Peter Higgins’ incredible Wolfhound Empire, which is adorned with an illustration by the ridiculously talented Jeffrey Alan Love. This omnibus edition contains all three books in the trilogy – Wolfhound Century, Truth and Fear and Radiant State. Set in the Vlast, a superbly imagined ‘other’ Russia, between these […]Read More
Read An Exclusive Extract from The Promise Of The Child
We’re delighted to be able to present an exclusive extract from Tom Toner’s fantastic debut novel; the wild and wonderful space opera that is The Promise of the Child. Scott Lynch meets Gene Wolfe anyone? Or how about Tom’s own description? “It’s a blend of space opera and fantasy, set in the 147th century, with […]Read More
Readers review Masquerade by Joanna Taylor
Masquerade by Joanna Taylor is addictive, engrossing and available to buy NOW! Some of our readers were lucky enough to receive an advance copy of Masquerade – here’s what they thought: Masquerade is a delightful new book about Regency London, the main characters are warm and engaging especially Lizzy the main character who really has you […]Read More
Cover Reveal: The Promise of the Child
Tom Toner’s wonderful SF debut The Promise of the Child is coming in November so we thought it was high time we showed you the cover and gave you a chance to win a proof. But we also wanted to share with you the fantastic early word Tom’s book has been getting from his fellow […]Read More
14 Reasons to Fall in Love with The Death House
Every once in a while a book comes along that you fall utterly in love with. This year, that book is The Death House. Heartbreaking, compelling and deeply moving, this is a book we know will cast its spell over you. In fact, we’ve have 14 reasons to fall in love with The […]Read More
Welcome to The Death House . . .
We absolutely adore this beautiful novel from the amazing Sarah Pinborough. It’s a thoughtful, rich and heart-stopping novel of life, love, and living in the face of death – but don’t just take our word for it. You can read an extract of The Death House below – and as you can see, it turns out […]Read More
Grab some great deals on Boxing Day!
We hope you’re all sat in your pajamas, breathing deeply through the food coma and trying to ignore the snores emanating from the overstuffed armchair by the fire. You could also be packed into your wellies, sloshing through the mud in the brisk winter air and looking forward to a hot cup of tea […]Read More
Happy publication day to Lia Riley!
You fell in love with Lia Riley’s breakout debut, Upside Down, second book in the series Sideswiped made you clamour for more. Now, with Inside Out, Lia Riley brings her evocative Off the Map series to its stunning conclusion. When Talia first moved from California to Australia to study abroad, she never dreamed she’d find the love […]Read More
Cara McKenna on her inspiration for HARD TIME
Cara McKenna on why she didn’t have a Hard Time setting an erotic romance in a prison . . . I couldn’t tell you precisely when I knew I wanted to write a book about a convicted felon, only that it was a year or more before I ever thought to pitch the idea […]Read More
Friday Reads: The Death House (and a competition!)
If you follow us on social media then you might have started to see a lot of tweets to @Gollancz about one of the most exciting books of 2015, The Death House by Sarah Pinborough. The Death House is one of those books that we just can’t stop talking about in house and now we […]Read More
Erin Knightley’s English Adventure – Part 3
In this last installment of Erin Knightley‘s adventures in England, we come back to the beginning, to that fated day when she would finally try . . . black pudding . . . Which brings us back to the hockey puck . . . We were staying at a delightful little bed and breakfast that […]Read More
Erin Knightley’s English Adventure – Part 2!
Read on for Part 2 of what happened once Erin Knightley alighted on English soil . . . With my mother as my traveling companion and nine glorious days set aside for the experience, I anxiously awaited the trip for what it was: a dream come true. And was it ever! First things first: shortly […]Read More