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Angry Robot, Awards, Robots at large

Jeannette Ng wins the John W Campbell Award for Best New Writer, Worldcon 2019

The wonderful and inspiring Robot that is Jeannette Ng delivered a fantastic acceptance speech at Worldcon 2019 after winning the John W Campbell Award for Best New Writer at the Hugo Award Ceremony on 18th August. We couldn’t be prouder of her and the statements she made. We stand with her always – “Stale. Sterile. Male. White” no more.

To read the full speech, check out Jeannette’s Twitter feed – @jeannette_nghere.

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Angry Robot, Events

Where you can find the Robots at WorldCon

A week away from WorldCon and things are getting SUPER exciting over here at Robot HQ. We’ve got some great author signings, author panels, giveaways and exclusive bargains planned, and we can’t wait for it all to start.

Join us for a Robot Party!

Today we also announced the pre-launch party that we’ll be hosting for The Resurrectionist of Caligo by Wendy Trimboli & Alicia Zaloga. The book doesn’t release until 10th September, but you lucky WorldCon-goers will get the chance to purchase early and chat with the authors, while enjoying a drink or two on us. All are

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Angry Robot

#MooreWeCanDo

You may have heard already, but one of our beloved authors James A Moore is currently undergoing cancer treatment. James is a great friend to the army, and when a friend is in need, a call to action is sounded. Which is why the Robot Overlords want to do their best to help James as much as is robot-ly possible, but we need your help too!

For the whole month of August, Angry Robot will be giving 100% of proceeds for any and all of James’ ebooks towards the bill for his treatment. Again, that’s 100% of proceeds for all

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Angry Robot

Incoming transmission!

Attention, Robots! We have detected an incoming transmission, rippling through the multiverse from a distant pulsar. And this transmission is updating on a monthly basis… It seems the Angry Robot team have created a new podcast!

Join our resident overlord Eleanor Teasdale on a journey through the weird, wonderful worlds of scifi and fantasy, as she collects authors and exciting guest hosts. Together, they will tackle the hottest topics in genre fiction, discover galaxies heretofore unknown and maybe, just maybe, they’ll work out how to make the perfect cup of tea in space.

Our first episode will go

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Angry Robot, Robot Army, Robot Business

Introducing Your New Robot Overlord

Greetings loyal servants of the Robot Army!

Today we announce the implementation of your new Robot Overlord, Eleanor Teasdale. You may commence bowing, kissing feet, pledging your eternal soul, etc.

Here’s a bit about your new lord-and-saviour:

Eleanor ran away to the circus briefly at 18 but decided publishing was a bit more her speed rather than trying to wrangle Strong Men and herding the angry goose. She joins Angry Robot from

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Angry Robot, Book Announcements, Cover Art

NEW BOOK ANNOUNCEMENT: Liege-Killer: The Graphic Novel

Today is a good day. Today is a great day. Today, we are announcing Angry Robot’s…

FIRST EVER GRAPHIC NOVEL!

Liege-Killer: The Graphic Novel, written by the excellent Christopher Hinz, and illustrated by Jon Procter, will be released in June 2019… best summer yet.. am I right?!

Hinz’s award-winning novel has been stunningly reimagined as a graphic novel and includes an all-new foreword from the author discussing the evolution of Liege-Killer and its impact on the genre. For those of you unfamiliar, fear not; here’s the synopsis:

Two hundred years after a nuclear apocalypse forced humanity to

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Angry Robot, Guest Posts, Writers

Guest Post – Amanda Bridgeman on Curing Crime

Hello Robots! Amanda Bridgeman here, putting forward my thoughts on the possibility of curing crime.

In my novel, The Subjugate, I explore a somewhat utopian idea of curing criminals from re-offense. At least, curing those who would inflict physical harm upon another human being. It may seem like a far-off dream to some, but the truth is, it may not be as far from reality as we think.

 

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