Meet Our Authors this Autumn
This autumn many of our wonderful authors will be on the road appearing at bookshops and festivals throughout the UK. Don’t miss your chance to meet our authors on tour. To help you find out more about where our authors will be this autumn we’ve created this handy page. Joanne M. Harris Don’t miss […]Read More
Congratulations to our Locus Awards shortlisted authors!
This weekend we received some wonderful news. Gollancz is delighted to report that six of our authors have been shortlisted for Locus 2017 awards. Please join us in congratulating our authors who are shortlisted for the 2017 Locus Awards. Best SF Novel The Medusa Chronicles by Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynolds Take Back […]Read More
We are interrupting your broadcast for a special announcement: Joe Hill’s Strange Weather
Strange Weather: a new collection of Joe Hill short novels from Gollancz Gollancz is delighted to announce the acquisition of UK & Commonwealth rights including audio to STRANGE WEATHER, a collection of four creepy and powerful novellas from Joe Hill, bestselling author of THE FIREMAN. Gollancz commissioning editor Marcus Gipps bought the rights to STRANGE […]Read More
Happy Publication Day 4th May 2017!
The Fourth is very much with us this week as we are so very excited to release Joe Hill’s THE FIREMAN into the world. You loved it in hardback, now you can love it in paperback! If you’ve been living underground for the past year here is a recap on this EPIC thriller. Nobody knew where […]Read More
Cover Reveal: The Fireman
It’s Bonfire Night and boy do we have a treat for you. We are celebrating by sharing with you the stunning paperback cover for Joe Hill’s The Fireman. The Fireman was one of the most talked about book of the summer. But don’t take our word for it . . . “Clever, gripping and packs […]Read More
Which Joe Hill book should you read?
Not sure where to start with the incredible works of Joe Hill? Don’t worry, once you’ve taken our quiz you’ll know exactly which Joe Hill book you should be reading right now. hare your results either in the comments below or on Twitter and Instagram using #GollanczFest by 23.59 BST on the 18th September 2016 […]Read More
Happy Publication Day to Joe Hill’s THE FIREMAN!
We’d like to wish a very happy publication day to Joe Hill’s stunning new thriller The Fireman. The epic scope of The Passage meets the emotional impact of The Road, as Joe Hill’s #1 New York Times bestseller is ready to set the UK alight . . . Nobody knew where the virus came from. […]Read More
Bank Holiday Reads
It’s Bank Holiday weekend here in the UK and we couldn’t be more thrilled to spend a weekend catching up on some of our favourite reads. Here’s what Team Gollancz will be reading over the long weekend. Gillian: Bank holidays are long. Really long. Really, really long. So I recommend not one book but a […]Read More
Joe Hill (and The Fireman) are coming to the UK!
We are thrilled to be able to share with you the details of Joe Hill’s upcoming UK tour to celebration the hotly anticipated release of The Fireman! Joe Hill will tour the UK from the 6th- 11th June. The Fireman is already one of the most talked about books of the summer and it has […]Read More
Fox acquires rights to The Fireman
Fox has acquired rights to Joe Hill’s forthcoming novel The Fireman, to be published by Gollancz in hardback on the 7th June 2016. Louis Leterrier (Clash of the Titans, Now You See Me) is said to be down to direct it. Temple Hill partners Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen (the Twilight saga, The Maze Runner, […]Read More
Christmas Reads for Horror Fans
It’s Christmas and that means its time for a good ghost story, or zombie story, or scary tale of revenge from beyond the grave. Searching for the perfect read for the horror fans in your life? Look no further, we’ve got 10 books guaranteed to send shivers up their spines. NOS4R2 by Joe Hill […]Read More
Neil Gaiman Recommends!
Over at One Grand Books, Neil Gaiman selects his top ten favourites – and we’re delighted to feature strongly! At Number 9, Neil chooses Roger Zelazny‘s Hugo-winning Lord of Light (which was the novel at the heart of an audacious CIA hostage-rescue operation, as dramatised in Ben Affleck’s Argo!). Not strictly speaking a Gateway […]Read More