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Another Update On The Gollancz Open Submissions

As many have noticed the two-month deadline  we set ourselves for responding to all submissions has passed. We are truly sorry about this as we have been trying our hardest to get through  them, but there are just not enough of us to go through them quickly and still give each one the care and […]

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Update on the Gollancz Direct Submissions

First, of all, thank you for your patience! Second, we hope you have just a little more left in you and ask that you bear with us for a little longer. Gollancz’s direct submissions period was an outstanding success in numbers terms with around 1800 submissions received in the three weeks we were open. However, […]

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But Will I Like It?

3, 296. At the time of writing, that is the number of Gateway eBooks published and on this website. Quite a lot, isn’t it? So how, one might reasonably ask, does a reader even begin to make sense of that many books, let alone chart a path through all of the authors and their works? […]

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A Very True Tale: A Guest Post by Edward Cox

We are very pleased to welcome Edward Cox, author of The Relic Guild, back to the Gollancz Blog. We are especially pleased that Edward Cox is going to share the story of how The Relic Guild came to be published. This post originally ran on Edward’s Tumblr. A question I’m frequently asked is: How did […]

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Related Categories: Author Post, Edward Cox, Fantasy

Gollancz’s Malcolm Edwards

News was recently released to the book trade concerning upcoming changes to Gollancz. From the official press release: MALCOLM EDWARDS APPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF GOLLANCZ AND CONSULTANT PUBLISHER OF ORION David Young, CEO of The Orion Publishing Group announces today that Malcolm Edwards will be standing down as Deputy CEO and Publisher of Orion at the […]

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Gollancz’s Malcolm Edwards

News was recently released to the book trade concerning upcoming changes to Gollancz. From the official press release: MALCOLM EDWARDS APPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF GOLLANCZ AND CONSULTANT PUBLISHER OF ORION David Young, CEO of The Orion Publishing Group announces today that Malcolm Edwards will be standing down as Deputy CEO and Publisher of Orion at the […]

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Gollancz direct submissions: now closed

We would like to remind everyone that the Gollancz list has decided to move to a windowed direct submissions period each year. Please be aware that we are currently not considering, or returning, any direct unsolicited submissions. We will open direct submissions again, for a limited period of time, later in 2015 and will make […]

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Related Categories: Editorial Posts, Gollancz News

Clearing the Air

Given the amount of correspondence of a remarkably similar nature, which we’ve received over the last month or so, it seemed like a good time for us to clear the air and debunk what seems to be a popular myth: namely, that if an author doesn’t currently appear on SF Gateway, it means that we […]

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The SF Gateway Omnibuses

It is our dedicated mission in life to transform the SF & Fantasy shelves of your local bookshops into an unbroken sea of yellow. Of course, the new SF Masterworks are a sort of yellow – and, as they now number over one hundred, form a formidable presence in all good bookshops, but that’s not […]

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Related Categories: New Releases, Publishing

New Column on the SF Gateway Blog

We are delighted to announce a new regular monthly column on the SF Gateway blog, curated by the excellent Kev McVeigh and devoted to exploring the too-oft forgotten landscape of women’s SF & fantasy. Titled ‘From the Attic’ after Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar’s pioneering book on women in 19th century novels The Madwoman in […]

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SF Gateway Acquires the First & Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant!

Did we brand SF Gateway as ‘Your portal to the classics of SF and Fantasy’? Yes. Yes, we did. Have we claimed in our advertising that SF Gateway is ‘bringing the classics to the future’? Yes. Yes, we have. Can we back up these outrageous claims? You be the judge . . .   PRESS […]

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Michael Moorcock Suggested Reading List

SF Gateway Editorial Note: the following article was originally posted on the Gollancz blog and refers primarily to the print editions of the Michael Moorcock Collection. Unfortunately, the eBooks have proven to be more complicated than expected and will take longer to publish. As of the time of writing, we have eight eBooks available and […]

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Robert Silverberg’s Reflections: March 2013

‘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: The Year’s Best Science Fiction . . . This […]

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1670 and Counting

Today is the last SF Gateway publication day for 2012. As the clock runs down on 31st December (as it certainly will, despite what a disappointing number of staggeringly ignorant people might think), the SF Gateway will end the year with 1,670 titles published.  Given that we only launched as an imprint and publishing entity […]

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Cover Art for Art’s Sake

Prompted by the awesome On This Day function on the indispensable Encyclopedia of Science Fiction – which tells us that today is Vincent Di Fate’s birthday – we thought it might be nice to pay homage to some of the wonderful cover art that has graced science fiction novels down the years. Of course, SF […]

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Related Categories: Commentary, Publishing

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