Happy publication day 16th November!
An epic publication day! Two titans of fantasy have new books out, a old classic re-joins the SF Masterworks and a paperback from one of the most original voices in modern fantasy. Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson The eagerly awaited sequel to the #1 New York Times bestselling Words of Radiance, from epic fantasy […]Read More
Happy Publication Day 14th September 2017!
It’s publication day! First up is the fantastic news that we’re reissuing Blade Runner (originally Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep), which was turned into the classic SF-noir starring Harrison Ford and directed by Ridley Scott. The sequel Blade Runner 2049, starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford is out in October! And then, we’re even […]Read More
Christmas Reads for Classic SF and Fantasy Fans
Looking for the perfect present for fans of Classic SF? Look no further! We’ve got 10 books guaranteed to make their Christmas. Get ready to gift some great reads. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K. Dick Philip K. Dick’s classic SF novel, which was adapted as the film BLADE RUNNER […]Read More
New Title Spotlight: Nick and the Glimmung
Nick and his family are forced to leave Earth in order for him to keep his cat, Horace – because all pets are now banned, as they use up badly needed resources. They settle on Plowman’s Planet, where they discover a variety of strange and wonderful alien lifeforms. But not all of these weird lifeforms […]Read More
Happy Birthday, Michael Bishop!
Celebrating his Biblical three-score-and-ten, today, is Michael Lawson Bishop, born in Lincoln, Nebraska, on 12th November 1945. A published author for forty-five years, since his story ‘Piñon Fall’ appeared in the October 1970 issue of Galaxy, Michael Bishop has produced sixteen novels and as many story collections. His work has been shortlisted multiple times for […]Read More
Robert Silverberg’s Reflections: November 2015
‘Where Silverberg goes today, the rest of science fiction will follow tomorrow’ Isaac Asimov Reflections is a regular column by multi-award-winning SFWA Grandmaster Robert Silverberg, in which he will offer his thoughts on science fiction, literature and the world at large. This month: ‘Non-Asimovian Robots‘ The assignment is to compare and contrast: A) […]Read More
The Martian: What to Read Next
So you’ve just read or seen The Martian and you’re now having Red Planet withrawal symptoms? Can’t go another day without more Marsie goodness? Fear not! The Gateway doctor is in, and do we have a prescription for you! Whether your chosen medicine is a book set on a scientifically-accurate Mars, a romantic vision of […]Read More
Happy Publication Day 10th September 2015
We’d like to wish a very happy Publication Day to all of our books out in bookshops and online today. This week we have a plethora of incredible paperbacks to fill up your to be read shelves. Get ready for out of this world adventures, classic SF and fantasy and some epic new heroes. Wishlists […]Read More
Happy Publication Day 9th July 2015
We’d like to wish a very happy Publication Day to all of our books out in bookshops and online today. This week we have five incredibly exciting paperbacks and eBooks perfect for fans of unforgettable adventure, mythology, magic and classic fantasy and SF. Wishlists at the ready, start plotting your visit to your local bookshop, […]Read More
SF Masterwork of the Week: The Penultimate Truth
A masterly tale of political deception from the most significant writer of SF in the 20th century. World War III is raging – or so the millions of people crammed in their underground tanks believe. For fifteen years, subterranean humanity has been fed on daily broadcasts of a never-ending nuclear destruction, sustained by a belief […]Read More
New Book of the Week: Beyond Lies the Wub
Beyond Lies the Wub, the first volume of the collected stories of one of the twentieth century’s greatest SF writers, this is a matchless display of Philip K. Dick’s quirky, humorous, idiosyncratically philosophical world view. With one exception, all the stories of this volume were written over a nine-month period between 1951 and 1952, when […]Read More
From the Archives: In Praise of . . . the Locus Guide to Science Fiction Awards
You’ve probably noticed that we’ve published a lot of books over the year-and-a-half SF Gateway has been live. We’ve certainly noticed it – you don’t publish 1,800 books by more than 150 authors without becoming intimately aware of the scale of the task you’ve taken on! This is not to say it’s a chore – […]Read More