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Angry Robot at World Fantasy Con

We told you yesterday that we’d be at MCM Comic Con in London but that’s not the only place our authors are hanging out this weekend. Both Kaaron Warren (Slights) and James A Moore (The Last Sacrifice) will be at World Fantasy Con, with the former being Guest of Honour.

Here’s where the pair will be all weekend. As always, programmes are subject to change so do double check your schedule on the day to see that all is in order.

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Angry Robot at MCM London

It seems that our Robots weren’t ready to stop partying after last week’s incredible FantasyCon, so they’re back at it again this week, with a visit to MCM Comic Con, London. Tim Pratt (The Wrong Stars, The Dreaming Stars), Jeannette Ng (Under the Pendulum Sun) and Micah Yongo (Lost Gods) will all be at the convention, talking on panels, signing novels and generally taking in the great atmosphere.

Below are their schedules for the weekend, though as always, these things are subject to change so do download the incredibly useful MCM app for all of the

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Jeannette Ng Wins ‘Best Newcomer’ at the BFAs!

Woooohooooo!!! Friends, we have great news! *throws glitter*

Jeannette Ng won ‘Best Newcomer’ at the British Fantasy Awards!

Jeannette, whose novel Under

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New Book Announcement: SHADOWBLADE by Anna Kashina

Behold some wondrous new book news! *fires confetti cannon*

The amazing Anna Kashina, author of the Majat Code Series, is back with a brand new Angry Robot author Anna Kashinanovel ShadowbladeThis stunning epic fantasy novel with swords, politics, romance and a badass heroine will be heading your way in May 2019.

Here’s the full synopsis:

Naia dreams of becoming a Jaihar Blademaster, but after assaulting a teacher, her future seems ruined. The timely intervention of a powerful stranger suddenly

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Cover Reveal: The Beast of Nightfall Lodge

Good morrow, Robot fans.

We’re currently busy creating the most wonderful 2019 covers for you to feast your eyes on, as you might be noticing from the amount of cover reveal posts we’ve been publishing! Today’s artwork is something a bit special for a cold, autumnal day: S A Sidor‘s The Beast of Nightfall Lodge.

Created by immensely talented dark artist of the damned, Dan Strange, the cover perfectly encapsulates the pulpy goodness of S A’s work.

We honestly can’t wait for you to read The Beast of Nightfall Lodge, which is the sequel to May’s Fury

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The Sisters Mederos to Germany PLUS Fog Season Cover Reveal

Happy Friday, humans!

We’ve got some good news for all fans of Patrice Sarath’s The Sisters Mederos: the crack team at Watkins Media have sold German rights to the novel to Feder & Schwert GmbH. So, if your German is up to scratch  and you want to read The Sisters Mederos in both English and German then you’ll soon be in luck. Or, if you have any friends who would prefer to read this intriguing, sororal, magical novel in their mother tongue, let them know!

Now, the good news isn’t over. While we have you, we wanted to captialise

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Lost Gods Sequel, plus Translation

Lost Gods by Micah YongoThat’s right you’re hearing us correctly, Micah Yongo‘s superb epic fantasy, Lost Gods, has a sequel! Pale Kings will continue the incredible story of the Five Realms as the gods return to claim their world. The novel will be available for downloading to your ocular nerve endings in April 2019.

If that news wasn’t exciting enough, we’ve got translation news too! Lost Gods is right now being translated into

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COVER REVEAL: Five Unicorn Flush

Do you remember way back in July when we published T J Berry‘s incredible debut, Space Unicorn Blues? Well, we’re here to tell you that the sequel, Five Unicorn Flush is coming, and it now has a gorgeous, gorgeous new cover. Full metal thanks, as always to cover artist extraordinaire, Lee Gibbons.

Head on over to the full cover reveal on the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog, where you can also read a post from T J on five fantasy worlds that DEFINITELY want to kill you.

The novel will be hitting shelves in May of 2019.

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Angry Robot invades Dragon Con.

The Traitor God by Cameron JohnstonHappy Wednesday fleshlings. It’s time to celebrate because we’ve packed up some authors and shipped them out for a weekend at Dragon Con! 

Atlanta’s premium pop-culture con, covering sci-fi, fantasy, comics, books, film, gaming and so much more, takes place from the 30th August to 3rd September. Throughout the event we’ve got several writers taking

part in panels, signings and readings so go along and say hi! Don’t worry, they’re all very lovely

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New Robot in the Ranks: Darius Hinks

AR Author Darius Hinks

News! New news!

We’ve signed ourselves a new author! And not just any old new author, it’s Gemmell Award-winning author Darius Hinks.

You may know of Darius from his work at Black Library, where he writes novels in the Warhammer universe, including Warrior Priest, which won the aforementioned Morningstar Award.

However, this new novel, The Ingenious, will be Darius’s debut writing within his own IP and goodness, has he written a

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Under the Pendulum Sun Reading Group Discussion Notes

Well, after a busy Nine Worlds and a fancy new award, or should we say the Subjective Chaos *Kind of Award*, to her name it’s great to see that Jeannette Ng and Under the Pendulum Sun are still riding high in your hearts.

In fact we’re delighted to announce that, due to popular demand, we’ve created an Under the Pendulum Sun reading group discussion guide. Including questions such as ‘how would you categorise the book in terms of genre’ and ‘in what way does Arcadia reflect our own society?’ the guide is a wonderful accompaniment for any reading group that

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Yo, WorldCon, We’re Here!

WorldCon is here, y’all! And we have Robots for dayyyzzzz. Below you’ll find a list of authors who will be attending the convention and taking part in panels, signings, runnings(?) and various other fun and friendly things. As always, our lovely lot will be happy to chat to anyone who wishes to talk – some will even escort you places – so please do say hi if you see them!

As well as these fine authors, Eric Scott Fischl (Dr Potter’s Medicine Show) and Patrick S Tomlinson (The Ark), Lauren C Teffeau (Implanted), Amber Royer (

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A New Addition to the Robot Clan

Listen up meaty friends, the other day we had a bit of a shuffle around at Robot Towers and decided we needed some fresh metal. In the most wonderfully Lovecraftian way, we extended our tentacles into the Eldritch void and dragged something bright and shiny back through the æther. That bright and shiny person is Lottie and she started today!

The eagle-eyed among you might recognise Lottie as our former intern. After a stint

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MECHS ON THE BEACH: Your Angry Robot Summer Reading Quiz

We know that sometimes it’s a tough decision to choose just a couple of brilliant books when you go on holiday, after all there’s only so much space in a suitcase! (shush you, with the e-readers… e-readers don’t give such a good visual, okay?!) In order to help you out with your decision making, we at Angry Robot have decided to make your summer reading decision easy by creating this very scientific quiz. E-readers, you’re welcome to use it, too…

Thanks to the help of our most empathetic AIs (intern Jess) we’ve created a set
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New Book Announcement: THE OUTSIDE by Ada Hoffmann

We have new book news!! *Kermit flail*

You might have seen that we have a new author making their home the orbital death platform. May we introduce you to Ada Hoffmann! We’re bringing you Ada’s debut novel, The Outside – a brilliant sci-fi where hyper-intelligent AI gods react harshly to breaches in reality – in June 2019.

Here’s the full synopsis:

Yasira Shien didn’t mean for her science to tear holes in reality. Or for her

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