It’s #GollanczFest15 week! We are thrilled to reveal an action-packed programme of digital activities starting this Friday
The author of Mail Obsession tells us all about the amusing trivia and fascinating history he discovered while writing this zigzag tour through the postcodes of Britain.
Rachel Billington tells us how her family’s tragic loss in the Great War inspired her latest book
Meet the women of Delaney Square who are at the heart of Cathy's sparkling new novel
Michael tells us about his brand new one man show
Just in time for the Great British Bake Off, we are delighted to welcome Aliette de Bodard back to the Gollancz Blog for a brilliant bog post on baking and writing. Ever wonder what baking bread has to do with writing? Find out below.
We are delighted to be able to share with you a video reading from Leigh Bardugo’s upcoming novel Six of Crows. Six of Crows is published on 29th September by our friends over at Indigo, but we’re massive fans of the Grisha novels and couldn’t resist sharing a sneak peek with you.
A Few Of The Girls is the final story collection from one of the world’s favourite storytellers, Maeve Binchy.
It is a glorious collection full of the warmth, charm and humour that has always been an essential part of Maeve’s writing. Read an exclusive story from the new collection now.
Set fifteenth-century Constantinople, Neil Oliver's first foray into fiction, MASTER OF SHADOWS, tells a tale of adventure, drama and romance whilst the Siege of Constantinople reaches its climax.
We are absolutely delighted to be able to share with you the exclusive short story, Hemlock by Edward Cox, a must read for fans of The Relic Guild.