SF Gateway Omnibus of the Week: Pat Cadigan
We are delighted to unveil as the author of February’s first SF Gateway Omnibus of the Week the extraordinary Pat Cadigan. Those who know Pat’s work will be aware that she is one of the finest writers of post-cyberpunk/near-future (delete according to personal preference) science fiction has produced. Those who Pat herself will also be […]Read More
SF Masterwork of the Week: Dr Bloodmoney
Philip K. Dick‘s 1965 post-apocalyptic classic Dr Bloodmoney returns to the SF Masterworks list, with a brand new cover and an introduction from Hugo and Arthur C. Clarke Award-winner Pat Cadigan. Enjoy! Seven years after the day of the bombs, Point Reyes was luckier than most places. Its people were reasonably normal – except for […]Read More
Readers Choice Winner for November
The Readers’ Choice submissions for November were a fascinating cross-section of SF & fantasy. From the always-excellent Pat Cadigan we had R. A. MacAvoy‘s Tea with the Black Dragon – shortlisted for the Hugo, Nebula, World Fantasy and Philip K. Dick Awards! – while Gateway forum stalwart Starman Dave chose John Crowley‘s 1975 debut The […]Read More
Happy Birthday Pat Cadigan!
Today we wish a very Happy Birthday to our two-time Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning Author of the Month: the Queen of Cyberpunk, Pat Cadigan! Pat is the author of numerous outstanding SF novels, such as Synners and Fools – winners of the two aforementioned Arthur C. Clarke Awards – and has been praised by such luminaries […]Read More
SF Gateway Author of the Month: Pat Cadigan
Our Author of the Month for September is the wonderful (and, we were very pleased to learn recently, apparently indestructible!) Pat Cadigan. Pat has twice won the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award: in 1992 for Synners – which is available as an SF Gateway eBook and an SF Masterworks paperback – and then again in 1995 […]Read More
Gollancz at the Hugo Awards
The biggest fan voted awards in the genre, the Hugos, were awarded this year at the 71st World SF Convention at San Antonio. We couldn’t be more thrilled that our authors feature heavily amongst the winners. We’d like to congratulate them and all the other shortlisted individuals and organisation on their achievement. The Best Novel […]Read More
SF Gateway Omnibus Schedule 2013
Following a deluge of requests** we have decided to publish the schedule of SF Gateway omnibuses up to the end of the year. So, without further ado . . . Available Now Frank Herbert – The Dragon in the Sea; The Santaroga Barrier; The Dosadi Experiment Gordon R. Dickson – Tactics of Mistake; Time Storm; […]Read More
Read ‘Lost Girls’ by Pat Cadigan
Psst! Hey you! Yeah, you! Wanna read some terrific SF? What? No! It stands for ‘science fiction’! What the hell is wrong with you? Anyway, like I said: wanna read some great science fiction? For free? Yeah, course you do. So here’s what you need to do. Point your web browser at Pat Cadigan’s Facebook […]Read More
Locus Award winners from Gollancz!
Gollancz is thrilled to report that two of our authors won trophies at the Locus Awards ceremony over the weekend. So, give out a hearty cheer and please raise your glasses to: REDSHIRTS by John Scalzi, winner of the Locus award for best Science Fiction Novel. and THRONE OF THE CRESCENT MOON by Saladin Ahmed, […]Read More
This Ain’t Rock’n’ Roll . . .
. . . this is SCIENCE FICTION! OK, so that sounded better when David Bowie did it, but bear with us; we have a point. (No, really) The awesome (and two-time Arthur C. Clarke Award-winner – did we mention she’s won the Arthur C. Clarke Award twice?) Pat Cadigan recently nominated Norman Spinrad‘s Little Heroes […]Read More
SF Masterwork of the Week: Pat Cadigan’s SYNNERS
Most SF writers will tell you that they’re not trying to predict the future. Contrary to popular belief, science fiction – good science fiction, at least – is not about the future at all, it is about the world the author saw while she was writing the book. But every now and again a book […]Read More
A Special Readers’ Choice: Shambleau and Others
This week’s Readers’ Choice is Shambleau and Others by C. L. Moore, one of the greats of early days of modern science fiction and, along with Leigh Brackett, one of the first women to break into the male-dominated world of the SF pulps. ‘A worthy choice’, we hear you say, ‘but what qualifies it as […]Read More