2018 has been one hell of a year, and believe it or not (you should – trust us, stare into our visor, you will believe – that’s right, now you believe) 2019 is shaping up to be even better! In this last stretch before the new year you need something to look forward to. We give you Incoming! An Angry Robot 2019 Sampler, featuring the first three chapters of six astonishing
Tag: Kameron Hurley
It’s always an auspicious day when we can share news about Kameron Hurley, and today is one of those days, as we show off the new UK cover for The Light Brigade, which we’re publishing on this tiny, green isle.
The novel, which is being published by Saga Press in the US, will be hitting shelves on April 2, 2019.
Here’s the synopsis:
The corporate corps transform their soldiers into light to travel between interplanetary battlegrounds. Most grunts make it in one piece, though some don’t, and others come back… different. Fresh infantry recruit, Dietz, is keen to
We have some news so incredible it might just wipe your memory and leave you stranded on a dying world-ship in the vast emptiness of space.
That’s right, Kameron Hurley has been nominated for a John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel for her gory, fleshy, downright meaty book The Stars Are Legion!! Although we’re excited, we’re certainly not surprised, Kameron’s work is amazing, dark,
The Locus Awards are chosen by a survey of readers in an open online poll, which runs from February 1 to April 15. Winners will be announced during the Locus Awards Weekend in Seattle WA, June 22-24, 2018.
The BIGGER the BETTER, right?!
Here’s some exciting news – we now have 21 of our brilliant books on Read How You Want, a fabulous website where you can access a bunch of our awesome stories in large print and in braille!
Each title will be available by the end of November and include, but aren’t limited to:
To say it’s been a bit shit for those affected by the hurricanes is very much an understatement. But Hurricane Relief Bookstore (brainchild of Fireside Fiction Company) has come up with a bit of a novel (fnar) way for you to help those affected in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean; donate money in return for a sparkly new book: an online bookstore.
Whirr, buzz and whoop, it’s convention time again!
We’re at the 75th Worldcon in Helsiniki for a global scale invasion!
Our invasion force will be infiltrating the convention, signing, reading, talking and briefing the Robot Army ready for the takeover!
Below is the mission statement of which members of the Army to report to and when you are briefed. (Assuming nobody foils our plots and forces us to change our schemes, these things can be subject to change, you know.)
As well as our
And now for something a little different…
Fresh off the back of her Swedish tour, Kameron Hurley, writer extraordinaire of The Stars are Legion, The Worldbreaker Saga and the critical essay collection, The Geek Feminist Revolution, is attending the ALA Annual Conference in Chicago.
“Badass” (John Scalzi), “Grabs you like a gravity well and won’t let go,” (Chuck Wendig), “A ragged scream from the heart of a broken world” (B&N Sc-Fi & Fantasy Blog), “Gutsy in every sense” (James Lovegrove), “Beautiful, brutal as fuck, giant space opera. It is how Science fiction SHOULD BE DONE” (Shelf Inflicted)… need we go on?
It’s almost inconceivable that you haven’t yet added Kameron Hurley’s devastating, fantastical, feminist
Hallå, Swedish fans!
Hope you’re all well and excited for KONTUR, the annual Swedish SFF convention. Do you know who else is excited? Kameron Hurley, that’s who. Kameron will be attending the convention as Guest of Honour alongside Ann Leckie and Siri Pettersen.
Though fear not, Kameron fans in Stockholm and Göteborg! Kameron will be swinging by the Science Fiction Bokhandelns
It seems like Kameron Hurley‘s name is everywhere at the moment, doesn’t it? Which is probably because it is, and with good reason, too! After gaining critical acclaim with The Geek Feminist Revolution last year, and the February release of hard sci-fi novel The Stars Are Legion which received so much fanfare and glitter – visceral, bloody, disgusting glitter – Kameron is just now putting the finishing touches on the final novel in her Worldbreaker saga, The Broken Heavens, due out this October, too. And now, robot fans, we have the cover for you.
Huge robot high fives
As Andrew Liptak at The Verge says, The Stars Are Legion is ‘a beautiful work of fiction, a wholly original novel that pops and crackles with big ideas’. It’s also been called ‘Badass’ by John Scalzi, bestselling author of Old Man’s War.
Here’s the synopsis:
Somewhere on the outer rim of the universe, a mass of decaying
Yey! We’re here! And by here, we mean at the 43rd ConFusion SF/F Convention in Detroit!
Our crack team of Robots will be out and about all weekend signing, reading, talking and doing their very best to win at BarCon.
Below you’ll find a rundown of where everyone will be and when. Come say hi if you see us!
We could talk about how great it is for ages, but Locus nailed it already: “it’s epic in the truest sense of the world, and fantastic in a completely original and inventive way…I read all 400-odd pages in about 12 hours, ignoring all else. My guess is you will too.”
Loyalties are tested when worlds collide… In this
Excitement! Cheap ebooks! Epic, bloody fantasy!
The offer is also available to UK/R.o.W residents over at The Robot Trading Company for 99p.
For anyone yet to be familiar with The Mirror Empire and Kameron’s mind-blowing epic fantasy series *stares* here’s the synopsis:
From the award-winning author of God’s War
It’s here at last – GenCon! On 4 – 7 August a horde of
killer author robots will descend on GenCon in Indianapolis to do all manner of awesome things like signings, readings, panels, saying hi to friends and fans and generally being their splendid selves.