Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
 

Strange the Dreamer

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Monthly Short Story Winner: Apocalypse
 

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“Everything in Frame”

 
David Gemmell Awards for Fantasy: Morningstar Award
 

Morningstar Award

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Browsing all articles tagged with Adrian Tchaikovsky.

Spiderlight by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Spiderlight by Adrian Tchaikovsky
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So, that Adrian Tchaikovsky is a clever bloke. He tricked me (and plenty of others, no doubt) into thinking Spiderlight was a tropey, cliched, rose-tinted throwback to the ‘good old days’ of D&D. You know the days: when men were men and spiders were spiders and women were damsels in distress and mages were all […]

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Urskuul’s Reading Circle: The Bear & the Serpent

Urskuul’s Reading Circle: The Bear & the Serpent 

Hello, and welcome to the second official Urskuul’s Reading Circle Newsletter! Read on for brand new details of the discussions that occurred at the latest meeting (wherein we reviewed the book of the month), and of the thoughts and insights that were raised during the meet. Hello lovely, paying members of Urskuul’s Reading Circle and […]

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Small Press, Big Stories: NewCon Press

Small Press, Big Stories: NewCon Press 

To kick off this new monthly column focusing on small and independent presses from around the world, what better place to start than Ian Whates’ NewCon Press, which has published stories, collections, and novels by some of the biggest names in the genre over the last ten years? I caught up with Ian as NewCon […]

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Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Sword & Sorcery tale snapped up by Tor.com

Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Sword & Sorcery tale snapped up by Tor.com 

Good news Tchaikovsky fans! Adrian has had a novel-length sword and sorcery tale snapped up by Tor. com. We’re pretty excited about this and with Tor.com too. Essentially, this future-thinking and future-feeling idea of focusing on the publishing of work digitally through the web could well be how almost all fiction is published in the […]

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Crossing the Borders – Guest Post by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Crossing the Borders – Guest Post by Adrian Tchaikovsky 

When I write a fantasy setting, it stays written. Ten books now, in the Shadows of the Apt series, and I’m still trading on the world-building that took place before the first one. New vistas, new kinden, new technological developments, but it all flows from the ground rules I determined right at the start. Even […]

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Paul Cornell Interview

Paul Cornell Interview 

If you read books and comics or watch television, the chances are that you’ve come across something Paul Cornell has composed. Paul has worked with the BBC on Doctor Who, Robin Hood, Primeval, Casualty and Holby City; Marvel on X-Men, Wolverine, Young Avengers and Fantastic Four; DC on Batman & Robin and Demon Knights; and […]

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Shadows of the Apt Series by Adrian Tchaikovsky (Books 1 – 3)

Shadows of the Apt Series by Adrian Tchaikovsky (Books 1 – 3)
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Empire In Black and Gold by Adrian Tchaikovsky Empire In Black and Gold is the first volume in a dramatic and colourful new fantasy series, Shadows of the Apt, about the fight for survival against a menacingly regimented empire. Seventeen years ago, Stenwold witnessed the Wasp Empire storming the city of Myna in a brutal […]

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Fantasy-Faction’s Reading List for 2011

Fantasy-Faction’s Reading List for 2011 

Well we are approaching the end of the year. *sigh* And in 2010 I didn’t read nearly as much as I was intending to. In order to ensure this doesn’t happen again, for 2011 I am putting together a reading list of the best fantasy novels. These are books that people have been telling me […]

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