October 2012 – November 2014
Sanem Ozdural, author of LiGa™, will be appearing on JOYRadio on 8 October at 10:00. Sanem and Moira Crone, who will together be discussing the Aesthetics of Literature at the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society Words and Music Festival in New Orleans at the end of November, will be interviewed by Pattie Welek Hall as part of a series of radio programmes promoting the festival.
Ira Nayman will be appearing on the Artist First radio show on February 12 at 6pm (EST). In an hour-long programme he will be interviewed by the show’s host Tony Kay. Topics will include discussions of Ira’s life, work and especially his hilarious sci-fi satire Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience). You can find out more about Artist First radio here.
Bookworm II: The Very Ugly Duckling, the eagerly-awaited second book in the Bookworm series by Christopher Nuttall will be published by Elsewhen Press in a print edition on 1st April 2014. Already available since January as an eBook, it will be available to buy or order in paperback through all good retailers and direct from Elsewhen Press.
For centuries, men have been dreaming of telepathy, the power to read and influence the minds of others. In The Mind’s Eye, telepaths are finally starting to appear all around the world. Men and women are developing awesome powers with the potential to dramatically change society. Governments are soon starting to become aware of them, even recruiting them, while striving to keep knowledge of their abilities hidden from the general public. Academic researchers too are discovering telepaths and it isn’t long before awareness of their existence starts to spread. But non- telepaths, ordinary people, don’t want to have their minds read or controlled; the telepaths soon find themselves widely regarded with fear and hatred. Inevitably, some of them want to fight back.
The Mind’s Eye will be available in popular eBook formats from all good eBook retailers.
Christopher Nuttall’s alternative history / fantasy novel Necropolis, Book III of the Royal Sorceress series, which has been available to buy as an eBook since the 8th August, will be published in a paperback edition on the 10th November 2014.
Praise for the Royal Sorceress series:
“one of the most interesting and entertaining alternate history books ever written”
“one of the most intriguing heroines in modern fantasy”
Necropolis will be available to buy or order in paperback through all good retailers and direct from Elsewhen Press.
We will be at Novacon again this year, which will be held Friday 14th to Sunday 16th November, once again at the Park Inn Hotel in Nottingham.
A number of our authors will be in attendance too:
We will be at Novacon again this year, which will be held Friday 14th to Sunday 16th November, once again at the Park Inn Hotel in Nottingham. We will also be launching Necropolis by Christopher Nuttall on Sunday morning at 11am in the downstairs bar.
Various of our authors and artists will be in attendance too: