Tag: urban fantasy

Author Appearances, Conventions

Keith Yatsuhashi at Arisia

Angry Robot author Keith Yatsuhashi

Keith Yatsuhashi, author of wonderfully fun urban fantasy with an anime twist Kojiki and sequel Kokoro, will be appearing at Arisia – New England’s largest and most diverse sci-fi & fantasy convention.

Arisia is taking place this weekend (Jan 12 – 15) in Boston and will be full to the brim with anime, SF&F, costuming, weapons (just for show… we think) and music tracks. There’s something for everyone!

Keith is well known

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Angry Robot

Cover Reveal: Kojiki

Like proud parents, every time a new book cover is delivered into the world we get a little thrill. None more so than with the new cover for Kojiki by Keith Yatsuhashi, which will be in all good bookstores come August. The cover was designed by the brilliant Thomas Walker, who does a lot of work in the achingly trending collectable poster scene. We absolutely love how well the cover has turned out, and hope that you do, too!

Head over to Fantasy Faction for the full cover, synopsis for Kojiki and exclusive excerpt, but in the meantime

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Angry Robot

Cover Reveal: The Custodian of Marvels

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Will Staehle has done it again! The cover artist for Rod Duncan‘s The Bullet-Catcher’s Daughter and Unseemly Science – the first two books in the Fall of The Gas-Lit Empire series – has excelled himself with the cover for the third book, The Custodian of Marvels. And oh, it’s sumptuous.

Continuing from the events in Unseemly Science, The Custodian of Marvels sees Elizabeth persuaded by a circus acquaintance to attempt a heist on

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances

Angry Robot Live Returns!

That’s right folks, Angry Robot Live is back!

We’re resuming our series of live webcast panel discussions next week on Wednesday, April 15th at 8PM EDT/5PM PDT.

This time, we’ll be discussing Contemporary Fantasy, urban and otherwise. What kinds of stories can you tell in Contemporary Fantasy? Why is Contemporary Fantasy called Urban Fantasy now, and what is the difference? Where and how does Contemporary Fantasy overlap with Crime? Romance? Horror? How like or unlike the real world does Contemporary Fantasy need to be?

Our guests will be Alyc Helms, Ferrett Steinmetz, and Tim Waggoner.

Alyc Helms‘s short fiction has appeared in

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