Karen Lord's Redemption in Indigo is currently nominated for the Kitschies Golden Tentacle Award and, in association with the award, we're delighted to offer here a review of the novel by Charles Human, as well as an exclusive giveaway courtesy of Quercus Books. ETA: The giveaway is now closed, congratulations to the winners! We have two copies... Continue Reading →
Our winners of our Jagannath giveaway are: Kyle, Francene Lewis, and kummakissa. Congratulations!
We have another Author Week here at the World SF Blog after our hiatus. This time, it's Swedish writer Karin Tidbeck, and to mark the release of her latest collection, Jagannath: Stories, published by Cheeky Frawg, we're giving away three (3) copies of the book. For a chance to win, simply comment down below, and... Continue Reading →
I'm delighted to say it's time for our fourth Author Week feature on the World SF Blog! This time we turn our spotlight on Indian author Samit Basu, a recent contributor to the just-released The Apex Book of World SF 2 and author of the wonderful Indian superhero novel Turbulence, available now in paperback or Kindle edition from Titan Books in the UK... Continue Reading →
It's time for our third special Author Week here on the World SF Blog! Our guest(s) this week are South African writing duo S.L. Grey, author(s) of The Mall, a big, fantastic horror novel set in Johannesburg. S.L. Grey are made up of Sarah Lotz and Louis Greenberg, who will be contributing this week with... Continue Reading →
We had two copies of Guy Hasson's Secret Thoughts to give away this week - and the winners are: Prezzey and Susanna. An e-mail has been sent to the winners. Thanks once again for participating!
Welcome to our second Author Week! This week we feature Israeli author Guy Hasson, in celebration of his new book, Secret Thoughts, published by the Apex Book Company. Secret Thoughts is a startling examination of sexuality, motherhood, and society told in three novellas by Geffen Award-winning author Guy Hasson. In “The Perfect Girl”, Alexandra Watson... Continue Reading →
And we have winners! I’d like to thank everyone who entered the competition this week, and everyone who’s visited the blog to check out our Haikasoru Week. I'm very pleased with the turnout, and hope we can feature another publisher highlight soon. In the meantime, the next Author Week is just around the corner! As before,... Continue Reading →
Following our first Author Week - featuring Ekaterina Sedia - which was both a success and a lot of fun (with more forthcoming), we've decided to do, in addition, a series of weeks focusing on genre publishers of international fiction, starting with the most exciting imprint to come around in a long time - Haikasoru,... Continue Reading →