• Posts Tagged ‘Solaris’

    Lord Of Silence – Get It Before It’s Gone

    by  • August 12, 2009 • Book News • 0 Comments

    A quick heads up to anyone thinking of purchasing Lord of Silence, which has been getting some very nice reviews – don’t wait too long. The publisher, Solaris, is up for sale, and even if the company is bought, the new owners don’t have the rights to Lord of Silence. Though I haven’t seen...

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    Lord Of Silence Cover

    by  • February 3, 2009 • Book News • 0 Comments

    Here’s a first look at the cover for Lord of Silence, my fantasy novel coming from Solaris on August 3. It’s by John Picacio, who has also completed the art for the US editions of the Age of Misrule sequence. Solaris describe it as “a rip-roaring, carcass-surfing (yes,really!) fantasy” which definitely captures the flavour....

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    More Authors Like This, Please

    by  • February 21, 2008 • Book News, SF • 0 Comments

    Aren’t you sick of those author photos – nicely lit, the writer staring wistfully at camera, head rested on hand? Here’s Keith Brooke. Keith has just signed a deal with Solaris for his new science fiction novel, The Accord – full details here. Oh, and nice rack, Keith…

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    Year’s Best Fantasy

    by  • February 2, 2008 • Book News, For Queen and Country • 0 Comments

    My short story, Who Slays the Gyant, Wounds the Beast, starring Will Swyfte, Elizabethan England’s greatest spy, has been selected as one of the best short stories of the year for the prestigious Year’s Best Fantasy anthology. Edited by David G Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer, the annual book – this one is number eight...

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    New Book Deal – The Lord Of Silence

    by  • January 18, 2008 • Book News • 0 Comments

    A press release issued today by Solaris: Solaris is proud to announce a new acquisition from popular British fantasy novelist Mark Chadbourn. The Lord of Silence is a thrilling new epic fantasy. When the great hero of the city of Idriss is murdered, Vidar, the Lord of Silence, must take his place as chief...

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    Selling Fantasy By The Pound

    by  • October 20, 2007 • Fantasy, Publishing, SF • 6 Comments

    Fantasy and SF for the connoisseur or for mainstream tastes: which path should a publishing house follow? That’s an interesting debate which the ever-erudite Lou Anders has raised on his blog. When founding the excellent Pyr imprint, Lou and his team took the conscious decision to publish what Norman Spinrad called “science fiction written...

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