Humankind has escaped a dying Earth and set out to find a new home
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Humankind has escaped a dying Earth and set out to find a new home among the stars aboard an immense generation spaceship, affectionately named the Ark. Bryan Benson is the Ark’s greatest living sports hero, enjoying retirement working as
Featuring the generation ships, the covers now SCREAM SPACE DIRECTLY INTO YOUR FACE, and for that, we love them.
Our thanks, as always, to Lee Gibbons for the brilliant cover art.
Children of the Divide will be available from all good bookstores
Howdy there, folks!
We just wanted to let you know that we have four – yep, count them – books on a US Nook promotion this month. All of these books will be available for just $2.99 until 25 May.
Links to the books on Nook are available beneath each title.
You might be able to tell from our zombiesque countenance we’ve been at Emerald City Comicon this past weekend, and OH BOY did we have a great time!
Thanks to everyone who came to see us, bought books, entertained us, and to our wonderful authors Jay Posey, Danielle L. Jensen, Peter Tieryas, KC Alexander and the dream team Adam Rakunas and Patrick S. Tomlinson for being so fabulous all weekend. Most of all, huge fist bumps to Mike Underwood and Jay Swanson for working themselves into the
Our worldwide rights crack-team sold the novel to German publishers Droemer Knaur with a publication date of summer 2017.
Here are a few reasons why the critics are loving Patrick’s ‘murder mystery on a generation ship’ debut: (more…)
Just a quick note to let you know that we’ll be at C2E2 in Chicago this weekend.
Take a look below for the most up-to-date list of author appearances. As always, programmes are subject to change.
We hope to see you there!
6:00 PM – Ballroom A&B
SFF Debates 2016!
Six of your favorite SFF personalities debate
What do you do once you’ve finished reading a much loved novel? Keep it in a bookshelf and gaze at it each day? Store it by your bed so you can re-read it each night before you disappear into dreamland? Or do you bury it in the garden?
The last one sounds a little odd, doesn’t it? Well, if you’re readers of Patrick S Tomlinson‘s The Ark it might not be so strange. In the spirit of Pat’s other job – as a stand up comedian – his friends have taken to social media to express their love for his novel by
Our Robot Authors are out and about in force over the next couple of weeks, with signings across the US. It might be getting cold outside but hey, what could be a better reason for leaving your house than seeing your favourite author and munching on some nibbles? Nothing. That’s what.
Check below for signings, readings and Q&A spots for James A Moore, Carrie Patel and Patrick S Tomlinson. Various authors will also be attending World Fantasy Con this weekend but that’s a story for another post.
Well do we have a treat for you this glorious Friday afternoon! If you head over to SF Signal right now you’ll have the chance to see not just one, but two, brand new covers designed by Larry Rostant at Artist Partners.
Both covers are for our shiny new ‘bot Patrick S. Tomlinson, whose debut novel The Ark – a must for lovers of hard sci-fi – will be released this November. The Ark will be followed by the second in the The Dead Earth Series, Trident’s Forge in May 2016.
Here’s a flavour of what you can
2015 will be busy and exciting for Angry Robot as our publishing schedule is back under full steam in March, and we also still have some new authors to share with you. The first of these is Patrick S. Tomlinson with his debut novel, The Ark, acquired from Russell Galen of Scovil Galen Ghosh Literary Agency in a two-book deal with translation rights. Scheduled for November 2015, The Ark is a thrilling mystery set in deep space.