The Arthur C Clarke Award for 2018 has been won by Anne Charnock for her novel Dreams Before The Start Of Time. The tale depicts a world where artificial wombs are the preferred choice of gestating babies.
The last month or so, Auntie Beeb have been taunting us Brits with a cryptic, almost hallucinogenic trailer for a cop show staring Britannia’s David Morrissey. If you saw the main page yesterday, you will know that next week (April 6th) BBC2 will be treating us with an adaptation of China Miéville’s mind-bending novel …
Isaac Asimov’s classic saga of a crumbling galactic empire, The Foundation Trilogy, is coming Kindle UK - at last! All three books, Foundation, Foundation & Empire and Second Foundation are due on May 3rd. What could possibly go wrong?
Posthumously published novels often leave me feeling uneasy. There are some I enjoy, others, even if I really want to see something more from the author leave me with an uncomfortable feeling. There was a reason the author left that manuscript in the back of the filing cabinet and with hindsight we should have trusted…
UK booksellers Waterstone’s have an interview with Becky Chambers, author of A Long Way To A Small, Angry Planet and A Closed And Common Orbit.
An original series of books inspired by Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror will be published by Ebury Publishing imprint Del Rey in the US and Penguin Random in the UK.
Start counting those pennies, a Spanish publisher is creating a facsimile edition of a cult book. There is a slight snag though, it has been written in a language that nobody can read.