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New Author: Micah Yongo

We’re super excited and delighted to announce a new signing, author Micah YongoAR author Micah Yongo! *Crowd goes wild*
*Robot dance*

Micah is an author from Manchester, UK. You can find him over on his blog, The Mancophile, or on Twitter.

Micah’s debut novel, Lost Gods, will be hitting bookshelves in April 2018. We can’t wait to share with you this wonderful epic fantasy, steeped in African folklore and featuring a young assassin hunted by his

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New Signing: Tim Pratt’s The Wrong Stars

Angry Robot author Tim PrattAs you may have seen over on the Barnes & Noble SF & F Blog we’ve announced a bit of exciting news… that we’ve signed Hugo Award-winning author Tim Pratt for a bloody wonderful new space opera, The Wrong Stars.

Here’s the synopsis:

A ragtag crew of humans and posthumans discover alien technology that could change the fate of humanity… or awaken an ancient evil and destroy all life in the galaxy.

The close-knit crew

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New Signing: Joseph Brassey

Credit: Matt Norris
Credit: Matt Norris

We’ve got new, fresh robot blood!

Joseph Brassey, in fact. Despite being an excellent author – you may recognise his name as one of the contributors to Neal Stephenson’s The Mongoliad –  and all round great guy, Joseph is a martial arts and sword fighting master, so he’ll be very useful come the Robot Uprising.

Here’s the synopsis for his forthcoming novel Skyfarer, due for release

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New Signing: Nik Korpon

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PHEW! It’s our second new signing of the week, and we couldn’t be more delighted to have another meat shield valued member of the team.

We’re more than delighted to spread the news that Nik Korpon is joining the Angry Robot team with his new novel The Rebellion’s Last Traitor. You might know Nik from previous crime books such as Stay God, Sweet Angel and Old Ghosts. When we heard that Nik was making a move from

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New Signing: Wendy N Wagner

WNWagner_red_headshotWoooo! It’s new announcement time!

We’re overjoyed to report that the wonderful Wendy N Wagner has pledged fealty to the Robot Overlords. In even better news, Wendy was very compliant as our nanochip was inserted into her cerebral cortex and no serious, longterm damage was done.

You might have heard of Wendy in her capacity as managing/associate editor of Lightspeed magazine and author of Pathfinder novels Skinwalkers and the forthcoming Starspawn.

Wendy’s An Oath of Dogs

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Talk Tuesday To Us: Meet N S Dolkart!

Howdy Robots!

Behind a tree 10.15.13We’ve got a brand new feature for you over the summer months: Fresh Meat Mondays. (What’s that you say, it’s Tuesday? Well, um…. Oh look, the Goodyear blimp! *sound of metal feet running away*)

Aaanyway, every week we’ll be getting to know one the many lovely new authors we’ve picked up by forcing them to send us a funny pic and answer 10 random questions. First up is the delightful

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New Signing: Eric Scott Fischl

20160215.EricFischlHordes, please be upstanding in welcoming the newest Robot to our Army, Eric Scott Fischl!

Eric’s new novel, Dr Potter’s Medicine Show is a fantastical, wonderful book full of circus performers, potions and plenty of mayhem – we can’t wait for you to read it!

Our Phil:
“Little does Eric know that, by joining the robot army, he has inadvertently signed up to be one of our most exciting new authors.

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New signing: Keith Yatsuhashi

KeithY1It’s new author central at Angry Robot right now. Following on from our signings with Brett Savory and KC Alexander, we’re now similarly delighted to announce the newest cyborg in the stable, Keith Yatsuhashi. If you want the full scoop on Keith, plus to read his article on finding inspiration in anime head over to the official announcement on the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog.

Keith’s debut novel, Kojiki will be

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New Signing: Christopher Hinz

*Exciting news alert klaxon*Angry Robot Author Christopher Hinz

As you may have seen over on SF Signal, we’ve signed Christopher Hinz, author of cult 80’s classic Liege-killer, for a new novel.

Binary Storm will be a prequel to the Paratwa series, set for release in late 2016.

Here’s the synopsis:

Near the end of the 21st century, Earth is in chaos from environmental devastation and a vicious undeclared war against binaries, genetically engineered assassins. Composed of a single consciousness inhabiting two human

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New Signing: Paige Orwin

Paige-Orwin-websiteGood news! We’ve signed another fabulous new author!

Paige Orwin blew us away with her debut novel, The Interminables, a buddy-buddy urban fantasy based on the online role-playing game City of Heroes. We couldn’t very well let such a great novel get away, so our Phil brokered a deal (world: English, including translation rights) with Sara Megibow of KT Literary for Paige’s soul.

Paige: “All I did was write was a buddy-cop story featuring a time-stealing wizard and a ghostly avatar of war

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Meet new Angry Robot author, Michael Boatman

© 2013 Drake Photography HD, New York
© 2013 Drake Photography HD, New York

You’ll know Michael Boatman from his work on TV shows such as Spin City, Anger Management, The Good Wife and Gossip Girl. After a lifetime of excelling on-screen, Michael has at last reached the zenith of his professional achievements, and become…

[note to self: insert fanfare image and sound effect here before the blog post goes live – don’t leave it too late like

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Announcing Angry Robot’s Latest Signing: James A Moore

Sometimes you read just the first few pages of a manuscript and know that you have to have it for your list. So it was with something called Seven Forges, that came in through last year’s fantasy open door month. So our Amanda read it – because she certainly knows a great epic fantasy when she reads it – and she called the whole thing in and sent it to me, and I read it, and I bought it.

James A Moore. He rocks!

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