And Put Away Childish Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky - winner of the 2024 BSFA Award for Best Shorter Fiction


All roads lead to Underhill, where it’s always winter, and never nice.

New from Adrian Tchaikovsky:



Welcome to Kiln: home to a brutal prison colony, monstrous alien life, and a vanished civilization with a wondrous, terrible secret

'The author has created a wonderfully strange new world as the basis for an intriguing puzzle with plenty of thrills' The Guardian
'Is Tchaikovsky propping up the science fiction industry single-handedly? He is so prolific and reliably excellent that I think he might be'New Scientist

Set in the world of the BRZRKR comic series, the novel will be published on 23rd July 2024 by Penguin Random House







'Like Game of Thrones in an Indian alternative universe... exhilarating... heralds the arrival of a special new talent' Dan Jones
'An unforgettable wild journey set in re-imagined Vedic India'SF Book Review

House of Open Wounds: a new novel in The Tyrant Philosophers sequence by Adrian Tchaikovsky


Behind the front lines of a crusade to scour the world of magic, the crew of a field hospital confront the horrors of war.

A companion novel to Adrian Tchaikovsky's BSFA award-winning fantasy novel City of Last Chances


Author signing 1000 copies of Goldsboro Books' exquisite special edition 

New from Ian Green, volume 3 of The Rotstorm trilogy:


The land is gripped in a claw winter.
The rotstorm has breached the walls of Undal City.
The children of the storm have claimed the Northern Marches.
The deathless mage has been unchained.
The dead god hunts again.
And Floré will raise her gauntlets against them all.


Watch Ian Green read from The Gauntlet and the Fist Beneath, here

'Excellent, vivid worldbuilding... A gripping story with cinematic detail' British Fantasy Society

Beyond the Burn Line - a new novel from Paul McAuley:


In the deep future beyond the burn line of the Anthropocene and the extinction of humanity, the city states of an intelligent species of bear have fallen to a mind-wrecking plague. The bears' former slaves, a peaceable, industrious and endlessly curious people, believe that they have inherited the bounty and beauty of their beloved Mother Earth. But are they alone?

One of the world's most celebrated Science Fiction authors, Paul McAuley, is back with a new standalone, exploring posthuman Earth and its secret histories.

New from China Miéville:


A Spectre, Haunting

China Miéville's brilliant reading of the modern world's most controversial and enduring political document: The Communist Manifesto.

'It's thrilling to accompany Miéville... as he wrestles – in critical good faith and incandescent commitment – with a manifesto that still calls on us to build a new world' Naomi Klein

Fantasy debut from J.S. Emery, out in paperback:


What do a mischievous house spirit, an avid lock collector and his alchemist sister, the Ladies’ Whist Club, the Deep State, a band of antiques enthusiasts and a lovesick mouse have in common? 


They all inhabit Lower Rhumbsford: ancient city of engineering marvels, debutante balls, decayed splendour and humble kitchen magic. But a sinister power is rising, and unless long-buried secrets can be unlocked, the city’s soul – perhaps its very existence – will be at stake.​


Introducing A Clockwork River:


Epic, rollicking and in love with language, Jacob and Sara Emery's sprawling debut is a rare and delicious commodity - the world's first hydropunk novel. 


'Delirious and inventive... It's as charming as it is uncontainable, an uber-confident picaresque comedy in the authentic, madcap 18th-century manner' The Times
'Exuberant isn't often a word you'd apply to fantasy novels, but A Clockwork River rushes along at a pace to match the waterway at its heart... The colourful characters feel like they owe a debt to Mervyn Peake and even Dickens'SFX magazine

New from Carol Birch:



Shadow Girls

Combining psychological suspense with elements of the ghost story, Shadow Girls is a literary exploration of girlhood from Booker-shortlisted author Carol Birch


Praise for Shadow Girls:

'A terrific evocation of a bygone Manchester girlhood, poignant and creepy by turns, by one of the most under-rated writers in England' D.J. Taylor
'Compulsively readable, Shadow Girls is an atmospheric, shape-shifting novel, part coming-of-age, part supernatural thriller' Lesley Glaister

Don't miss LeVar Burton reads


The Final Performance of the Amazing Ralphie

       a new short story by         Pat Cadigan

as read by LeVar Burton