Join the Robot Army! See the Angry Robot World!

Angry Robot wants the very best – the most dedicated, the most fanatical – genre book bloggers, reviewers, booksellers, librarians and journalists to join our Robot Army.

Robo-Kitchener wants YOU! for the Robot ArmyDOES THIS MEAN YOU?

Angry Robot is building an army, and we need generals and footsoldiers alike!

Do you blog about books and/or genre fiction on a regular basis, either on your own blog or as a contributor to one of the major team blogs? Or, do you work in a bookstore that is known for its great science fiction and fantasy section?

Do you want to get your hands on Advanced Reading Copies of our books, before they’re released to the general public?

Do you have what it takes to join the Angry Robot Army and help us take over the world?

If you can answer “hell, yeah!” to all three, you should most definitely Take the Robot’s Shilling and Join the Robot Army!

How Does it All Work?

1. You sign up for the Robot Army Mailing List.
2. We send you an email whenever we have new eARCs available to request and download via the Angry Robot NetGalley account.
3. You log in to NetGalley and request the Angry Robot (or Strange Chemistry, or Exhibit A) eARCs that you’d like to review (loyal Robot Army Regulars may be auto-approved in future).
4. NetGalley handles the rest.

We want your honest opinion, in as much detail as you can provide.

In order to secure approval for your eARC requests you must own, or contribute to, a genre-based website or blog and be reviewing, or at least blogging about, genre fiction titles on a regular basis.

Personal blogs with very occasional book reviews, retailer website reviews and passing mentions on social media sites aren’t really what we’re looking for. Although having said that, we’d be more than happy for you to cross-post your full review to NetGalley, Goodreads, Amazon and anywhere else that you think would be useful and relevant.

We really do mean it when we say we only want the best for the Robot Army!


  1. Currently reading an eARC of Body Library, and it’s fantastic. It’s also fantastial, and if you haven’t read the first book (A Man of Shadows) there’ll bee a lot that doesn’t quite make sense in the storied city where everyone has a narrative and words have power. That’s OK, because it’s PI John Nyquist’s job to make sense of it all, though how he’s going to unravel this twisted tale is a mystery.

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