Author of The Red Men, If Then and The Destructives: Matthew De Abaitua will be taking part in the Essex Book Festival by holding a creative writing workshop! But what’s even cooler than seeing Matthew spill forth wisdom, is that it’s taking place in a creepy, Cold War, underground nuclear bunker which just screams dystopia – only slightly different to where he lectures at the University of Essex right?! So, if you’re in the London area (UK), be
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Londoners! Make sure you’re around Wednesday, November 8, as the wondrously smart and fun Matthew De Abaitua will be appearing at Unsung Live at The Star of Kings in King’s Cross.
Go on down, grab a pint and catch up on some of the best sci-fi and fantasy around.
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You may have seen the announcement a little while ago that Angry Robot is bringing Matthew De Abaitua‘s stunning – and absolutely mind-bendingly good – Arthur C Clarke shortlisted The Red Men to American (and Canadian, in ebook form) shores this November.
And now, as we move ever closer to the joyous date of release, we have a brilliant new cover to show you, courtesy of the tremendous Raid71.
On Wednesday August 23rd two of our most fantastically cerebral authors will meet minds, bodies and literary learnings at the BSFA meet up in London.
The wonderful Matthew De Abaitua, author of the extraordinary and thought-provoking If Then and The Destructives, will be appearing at Brunel University in London tomorrow (Oct 26) as part of the university’s The Writers Series. (more…)
Angry Robot Books is delighted to announce the signing of a World English two-book deal with Arthur C. Clarke award-nominated Matthew De Abaitua, acquired from Sarah Such of Sarah Such Literary Agency.
The first of these two novels, If Then, is a novel in two parts, bringing the First World War to an English town of the near-future, where an economic collapse has left the citizens under the control of an algorithm known as the Process. If Then will be published in September 2015. Matthew’s second SF title, The Destructives described as Mad Men in space, will be