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Tricia Sullivan

Happy Publication Day 21st September 2017!

It’s publication day! We’ve got a thrilling, near-future SF all about dream-hacking and a killer who haunts your nightmares from an Arthur C Clarke award-winning author. It’s also the paperback publication of David Gemmell’s first novel, never before published!  Sweet Dreams by Tricia Sullivan Dreamhacking. The ability to enter someone’s dreams and influence them. Charlie […]

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Happy Publication Day 10th November 2016

We have a range of remarkable books out today, including hugely influential classics, psychedelic SF, evil superheroes, mammoths and secret cities.   The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss The University, a renowned bastion of knowledge, attracts the brightest minds to unravel the mysteries of enlightened sciences like artificing and alchemy. Yet deep […]

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She Blinded Me With Science Fiction #4: Stephanie Saulter interviewed by Tricia Sullivan

We are thrilled to welcome Tricia Sullivan back to the Gollancz Blog for the final part in her series of  interviews featuring some incredible science fiction writers. Tricia’s stunning new book, Occupy Me, is out now in trade paperback, eBook and audio download.  To celebrate the release of Occupy Me, I interviewed a few of […]

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She Blinded Me With Science Fiction #3: Anne Charnock interviewed by Tricia Sullivan

We are thrilled to welcome Tricia Sullivan back to the Gollancz Blog for the third in her series of  interviews featuring some incredible science fiction writers. Tricia’s stunning new book, Occupy Me, is out now in trade paperback, eBook and audio download.  To celebrate the release of Occupy Me, I interviewed a few of the […]

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She Blinded Me With Science #2: Emma Newman interviewed by Tricia Sullivan

We are thrilled to welcome Tricia Sullivan back to the Gollancz Blog for the second in her series of  interviews featuring some incredible science fiction writers. Tricia’s stunning new book, Occupy Me, is out now in trade paperback, eBook and audio download.  To celebrate the release of Occupy Me, I interviewed a few of the […]

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She Blinded Me With Science Fiction #1: Karen Lord interviewed by Tricia Sullivan

We are thrilled to welcome Tricia Sullivan to the Gollancz Blog for a series of  interviews featuring some incredible science fiction writers. Tricia’s stunning new book, Occupy Me, is out now in trade paperback, eBook and audio download.  To celebrate the release of Occupy Me, I interviewed a few of the UK’s most interesting science […]

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Happy Publication Day 21st January 2016!

  We’d like to wish a very happy publication day to three incredible adventures. From politics and intrigue to other dimensions we’ve got three unmissable novels to stave away the winter blues. Have your wishlists at the ready, we’ve got three epic reasons to visit your local bookshop, favourite online retailer or library. The Girl […]

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Related Categories: Book Birthday

Cover Reveal: Occupy Me

It’s a particular thrill for us to be able to reveal the cover for Tricia Sullivan’s new SF novel, Occupy Me. Tricia is, flat out, one of the most exciting and talented SF authors writing today. An award-winner, an author whose fiction combines a fierce intelligence and a profoundly human and empathetic level of characterisation. […]

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2 Days to Edge-Lit3!

So, what? You’re just going to copy the earlier post and changes ’10 days to go’ to ‘2 days to go’, are you? That’s the plan, yes. Isn’t that a little . . . lazy? Maybe. But has anything materially changed besides the time frame? Well . . . I mean, the event is still […]

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10 Days to Edge-Lit 3!

There seems to be an epidemic of conventions in the UK at the moment.  August is simply awash with geeky goodness, with the second Nine Worlds Geekfest taking place at Heathrow from the 8th to the 10th, the International Discworld Convention (the Ankh-Morpork Grand Exhibition) with Manchester standing in for Ankh-Morpork from the 8th until […]

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10 Days until Edge-Lit 3!

There seems to be an epidemic of conventions in the UK at the moment.  August is simply awash with geeky goodness, with the second Nine Worlds Geekfest taking place at Heathrow from the 8th to the 10th, the International Discworld Convention (the Ankh-Morpork Grand Exhibition) with Manchester standing in for Ankh-Morpork from the 8th until […]

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Related Categories: Conventions, SF Gateway News

Something in the Water IV: the Bornying

As we’ve noted before, The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction‘s excellent On This Day function makes for fascinating reading and, occasionally throws up days with an infeasibly high level of cool people being born. And, at the risk of disagreeing with the heir of Elendil, it is, in fact, this day. For this day, 7th July, […]

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New Book of the Week: Double Vision

Our New Book of the Week comes from one of science fiction’s most extraordinary and original voices – winner of the 1999 Arthur C. Clarke Award for Dreaming in Smoke, Tricia Sullivan. In 2004, Tricia rewrote the rulebook with Maul – a dual-narrative mesh of near-future timelines we can only describe as genderpunk and consumerterrorism […]

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SF Gateway: the Arthur C. Clarke Award-winners

A few weeks ago, we highlighted our success over the lifetime of the BSFA Awards, with SF Gateway and Gollancz combined having a staggering 33 of the 43 winners to date. We’re hoping that will go up to 34 out of 44, when this year’s award is announced 65th Eastercon in Glasgow, the weekend after […]

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