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Paul Cornell

Happy Birthday to Paul Cornell!

Some of you might know him from his comics, including Saucer Country and Demon Knights, and arcs on Wolverine and Captain Britain. Others might know him from his books, such as British Summertime, London Falling and Chalk. Many of you will know him from his long-standing association with a certain Time Lord; he’s written quite […]

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Happy Birthday, Paul Cornell!

Some of you might know him from his comics, including Saucer Country and Demon Knights, and arcs on Wolverine and Captain Britain. Others might know him from his books, such as British Summertime and London Falling. Many of you will know him from his long-standing association with a certain Time Lord; he’s written quite a […]

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New Title Spotlight: The Classic British Telefantasy Guide

It’s been a while coming – we released the other cult TV guides by Paul Cornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping last year – but we’re thrilled to be presenting The Classic British Telefantasy Guide at last! This is what the authors have to say of it: The text that follows is derived from the […]

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Classic Guides to Doctor Who, Star Trek and More!

Gollancz and the SF Gateway are delighted to announce the eBook return of a series of classic unauthorised guides to genre TV by the authorial team of Paul Cornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping. The five books were bought by Gollancz editor Marcus Gipps, and include a guide to Doctor Who. Marcus Gipps said: “I’m thrilled […]

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Classic Guides to Doctor Who, Star Trek and join the SFGateway!

Gollancz and the SF Gateway are delighted to announce the eBook return of a series of classic unauthorised guides to genre TV by the authorial team of Paul Cornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping. The five books were bought by Gollancz editor Marcus Gipps, and include a guide to Doctor Who. Marcus Gipps said: “I’m […]

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See you at Nineworlds GeekFest

This weekend sees the first Nineworlds GeekFest convention in Heathrow, and Gollancz authors – and staff – are there for the whole weekend. Nineworlds is a “large fan-run multi-genre geek event in London”, with strands dedicated to books, comics, gaming, Doctor Who, Tolkien, Steampunk, Game of Thrones and many many more. Here’s a breakdown of […]

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Christmas reads: part one

This Xmas, I’m spending some time away from the office in a lovely house in the Lake District with my partner’s family, where I shall be, let’s be honest, a bit bored. So what better plan than to do what I normally do all of the time anyway, and read some genre stuff? I’m going […]

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Love Charing Cross Road Festival

This weekend, two of London’s best bookshops have joined together to put on a day of literary, musical and culinary events to celebrate Charing Cross Road, spiritual home of the UK bookselling trade. In recent years, many of the wonderful bookshops that dotted the Charing Cross Road have gone. I started work on CXR in […]

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Paul Cornell ‘State of the Art’ audio interview

As part of Sci-Fi London’s Reality Check podcast series, Alex Fitch talks to Paul Cornell about his work on the BBC radio adaptation of ‘The State of the Art’, which airs on Radio 4 tomorrow (Thursday March 5th) at 2.15 p.m. as part of the current BBC R4 Sci-Fi Season. [via the FPI Blog and […]

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State of the Art radio adaptation news

Via DaveH we’ve learned that Ian Whates, one of the organisers of this month’s Newcon4 convention – at which Iain will be a Guest of Honour – has posted the following news about Paul Cornell‘s radio adaptation of Ian’s short story ‘The State of the Art’, at the SFF Chronicles forum. “Paul Cornell’s radio adaptation […]

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A few more Banks-esque links

The Guardian asks Iain a few quick-fire questions about his environmental credentials in their Green Room column. Independent columnist Matthew Bell makes a brief mention of Iain’s recent appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Webzine Dazed & Digital has a brief interview with Iain, also conducted during the EIBF. Paul Cornell gives a brief […]

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‘State of the Art’ radio-play – casting news

Last week on his blog, Paul Cornell reported that no less a British stage luminary than Anthony Sher KBE will be playing the voice of the GCU Arbitrary in the forthcoming BBC4 radio adaptation of ‘State of the Art’, which Paul has scripted and Iain Banks is reportedly very pleased with indeed. More news as […]

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Paul Cornell to adapt ‘State of the Art’ for BBC Radio 4

Over on his LiveJournal, science fiction writer Paul Cornell has announced that he has been commissioned to adapt the Iain Banks novella ‘State of the Art’ into a play for broadcast on BBC Radio 4 later this year. Paul, who is best known for his work as a writer for Doctor Who and also writes […]

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