1. Red Sister is coming

‘If you wish to know what someone is made of, you must squeeze them until it shows.’ In the Convent of Sweet Mercy, Abbess Glass and her sisters apply pressure to the girls placed in their care. They find out what their novices are...

2. What to expect in Mark La...

Red Sister, the first novel in my new Book of the Ancestor trilogy, contains a very different story to that in my debut, Prince of Thorns, or my second trilogy starting with Prince of Fools. When I brought Jorg Ancrath’s story to a...

3. Open letter from Sarah Be...

This is an open letter to all the characters I’ve loved and lost, wherever you may be … I’m really sorry I killed you. Except I’m not, because it had to be done. I’m blaming the outline. Yes, I know I wrote the outline too,...

4. Guest Blog: Sarah Beth Du...

  I can pinpoint the exact moment that The Queen of Blood was born: it was a couple of summers ago, and I’d just arrived for a weekend writing retreat deep in the woods of Pennsylvania. Every writer was given a picturesque...

5. The Best of Voyager 2016

Another year, another solid 12 months of excellent speculative fiction releases. There’s been something for everyone this year, so let’s recap the best of the best. Eleanor by Jason Gurley A tale of time travel and familial bonds,...
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Red Sister is coming

Red Sister is coming

‘If you wish to know what someone is made of, you must squeeze them until it shows.’ In the Convent of Sweet Mercy, Abbess Glass and her sisters apply pressure to the girls placed in their care. They find...
What to expect in Mark Lawrence’s new novel Red Sister

What to expect in Mark Lawrence’s ...

Red Sister, the first novel in my new Book of the Ancestor trilogy, contains a very different story to that in my debut, Prince of Thorns, or my second trilogy starting with Prince of Fools. When I brought...
Open letter from Sarah Beth Durst

Open letter from Sarah Beth Durst

This is an open letter to all the characters I’ve loved and lost, wherever you may be … I’m really sorry I killed you. Except I’m not, because it had to be done. I’m blaming the outline. Yes, I...
Guest Blog: Sarah Beth Durst

Guest Blog: Sarah Beth Durst

  I can pinpoint the exact moment that The Queen of Blood was born: it was a couple of summers ago, and I’d just arrived for a weekend writing retreat deep in the woods of Pennsylvania. Every...
The Best of Voyager 2016

The Best of Voyager 2016

Another year, another solid 12 months of excellent speculative fiction releases. There’s been something for everyone this year, so let’s recap the best of the best. Eleanor by Jason Gurley A tale of time...
Why You Should Read The Mars Trilogy

Why You Should Read The Mars Trilogy

  Mars has been in the news a lot recently. What’s the big deal? Getting to Mars would be no simple feat. Creating a new human enclave on the surface would be a whole order of magnitude harder. The...
Ken Liu Reveals His Favourite Scene in The Wall of Storms

Ken Liu Reveals His Favourite Scene in T...

  Ambition in Peace: My Favorite Scene in The Wall of Storms — by Ken Liu I suspect all writers have a scene in their novel that they love more than any other. It is the one scene they had the most fun...
The Active Voice – Ken Liu on Translation

The Active Voice – Ken Liu on Tran...

  The Active Voice: A Few Notes on Translation By Ken Liu I got my start in translation entirely by accident. For most of my writing career—some hundred-plus pieces of published short fiction and two...
Guest post: Mitchell Hogan — Sticking the Landing

Guest post: Mitchell Hogan — Sticking th...

Mitchell Hogan is the author of The Sorcery Ascendant Sequence. The final book in the trilogy, A Shattered Empire, is available in all good bookstores and online...
Blog Tour: Read an excerpt from ‘A Shattered Empire’

Blog Tour: Read an excerpt from ‘A...

To celebrate the release of the final book in Mitchell Hogan’s gritty, breathtaking and award-winning Sorcery Ascendant Sequence we’re hosting an exclusive excerpt from the book across several...
Guest Blog: Alan Baxter

Guest Blog: Alan Baxter

Fighting as metaphor by Alan Baxter I’m fortunate enough to be able to write a guest post for the fantastic Voyager blog today, as part of the release party for the Alex Caine Series. All three books in the...
Guest Blog: Stephen Graham Jones

Guest Blog: Stephen Graham Jones

Read a guest blog from Stephen Graham Jones, author of the surreal coming-of-age story, Mongrels! Available 23/5 – Pre-order now! A spellbinding and surreal coming-of-age story about a young boy...
George R. R. Martin Competition

George R. R. Martin Competition

** This Competition is now closed. Win the ULTIMATE George R. R. Martin reader pack and delve inside the world of A Song of Fire and Ice. To enter, tell us in the Facebook post below which noble house you...
Francesca Haig on the challenges of writing a second novel

Francesca Haig on the challenges of writ...

  Francesca Haig’s The Map of Bones, and the challenges of writing a second novel. Like most authors, I do my best to avoid clichés. Last year, depressingly, I found myself living a cliché: the...
Short Story: First Kill by Jennifer Fallon

Short Story: First Kill by Jennifer Fall...

   We’ve got a special treat for you – Jennifer Fallon’s The Lyre Thief is set to be released in  March and to get you in the mood she’s written a short story called First...

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