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Tag: Jo Anderton
Our three brand new July 2012 books are officially published next Thursday, but as usual the distribution system in the US and Canada means that our North American editions are out a littler earlier. And the ebook editions are available from today, too.
All of which means that if you’re on the right side of the Atlantic, or if you’re nicely ereader-equipped, you can get your mitts (virtual or otherwise) on the following new books:
Hello, hello and welcome to another Robot Round-Up. We’ve got plenty of links to share this week, so let’s get to it:
Paul S. Kemp‘s blast of pure sword and sorcery goodness, The Hammer and the Blade is nearly upon us (next month!) and was reviewed this week by Paul (a different Paul…) at SciFi Bulletin, who said: “Kemp has a cinematic eye for detail; the final chase sequence
This year’s Ditmar Awards – which recognise achievement in Australian science fiction (including fantasy and horror) and science fiction fandom – were announced at the 51st Australian National Science Fiction convention, Continuum 8, this weekend just gone. And we’re delighted to report that our very own Jo Anderton, was named Best New Talent!
Jo is, of course, the author of Debris – which she can be seen wielding below in a duel to the first paper-cut with fellow Angry Robot author Kaaron Warren – and its sequel Suited, which is out next month.
Jo Anderton, author of Debris and the soon-to-be-released sequel Suited will be appearing on a number of panels at Continuum 8, the 51st Australian National Science Fiction convention this weekend, June 8th-11th in Carlton.
Check out the Program for details of which panels Jo will be sitting on and when.
Jo will also be popping along to the Supanova Pop Culture Expo as well, where she’ll be helping out on the official book stall.
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It’s been a Big, Big week for Chuck Wendig! A new two-book deal with our own selves here at Angry Robot, another new deal with the mighty Amazon and to ice that particular cake, we’ve caught up with a whole bunch more reviews of his current AR
Hello, hello and welcome to this week’s Robot Round-Up: a day earlier than usual, on the grounds that we’ve got a Long Weekend here in the UK due to the Easter double Bank Holiday. (Which is nice.)
Without further ado:
Hello! Well, another week seems to have flashed by without so much as stopping to say hello. But the good news is: that means it’s time for another Robot Round-Up! Crack open a container of your favourite beverage, put your feet up and get your finger-like link-activator ready as we take you by the hand-analogue and guide through another seven days’ worth of Angry Robot Author Activity…
Firstly: Huge Congrats to Jo Anderton who has been shortlisted for the 2011
It’s Ditmar Award season again, as Australian fandom gears up to nominate and vote on its favourite genre fiction of 2011. The Ditmars have been awarded annually since 1969 at the Australian Natcon – this year it’s Continuum 8: Craftonomicon in Melbourne – to recognise achievement in Australian science fiction (including fantasy and horror) and science fiction fandom.
This year we have three terrific titles by three awesome authors that are eligible for Ditmar Award nomination:
Hello and, as always, welcome to the weekly round-up of links and shout-outs for folks that have been talking about Angry Robot and our Awesome Authors in the past week or so.
Also, a quick heads-up: most of the office will be disappearing off to the SFX Weekender at the back end of next week, so if the usual Round-Up doesn’t appear for some reason then that’ll be why.
Right, on with the linkaging! (What? Yes, that’s a word…)
Welcome to this week’s Robot Round-Up of what’s been happening in the AR-flavoured reaches of the Interwebs. Lots to tell you about again this week, so without further ado:
James Lovegrove reviewed Adam Christopher‘s Empire State for the Financial Times, saying: “If, somehow, Raymond Chandler and Philip K Dick had collaborated on a Superman story, they might well have produced this novel.” Plus: The Geek Syndicate cornered Adam last week at his UK Empire State launch
Welcome once again to our regular Friday round-up of all that’s new and interesting in the world of Angry Robot. This week we kick off with:
Our very own Lee Harris has been interviewed by Spooky Reads as part of a new series of interviews with UK genre publishing folk about the current state of and future prospects for the publishing industry.
Hello, hello, hello and welcome to the latest Angry Robot Links round-up. It’s been another busy, busy week on the Interwebs, so without further palaver and to-do:
SFBook.com have announced the shortlist for their SFBook of the Year 2011 poll and two of those titles are ours: Dan Abnett‘s Embedded and Maurice Broaddus‘s King’s War. Both brilliant books, of course, and both deserving of at least few hundred more votes, we reckon. >cough< You’re still here..?
Hello and welcome to our regular round-up of Angry Robot author activity from around the Internets. Without further ado, here’s this week’s selection:
Jo Anderton was interviewed by David Conyers on the subject of her short story ‘Out Hunting For Teeth’, which will be appearing in issue #6 of Midnight Echo, the Australian Horror Writers Association magazine.
In the wake of this week’s announcement of the Zoo City TV/Movie rights deal,
It’s been a busy, busy week in the Angry Robot themed bits of the Interwebs, so without further ado, here’s what we’ve spotted, bookmarked, earmarked or hypothetically scent-marked since our last round-up piece:
Debris was also reviewed at Dragonpage.com, where reviewer Laith Preston said: “I would highly recommend