April 2013 – April 2015

Apr 6 Sat 2013
Ira Nayman, Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience) print edition launch at Ad Astra 32 @ Ad Astra 32
11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Ira Nayman will be launching the print edition of his science fiction satire Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience) in Canada at 11:30 on Saturday 6 April 2013 at Ad Astra 32 in Toronto. Details in the Ad Astra programme.

Apr 5 Sun 2015
Elsewhen Press at Dysprosium 2015 – The Janus Cycle Launch @ The Park Inn, Heathrow
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Elsewhen PressWe will be at this year’s Eastercon – Dysprosium 2015 at the Park Inn in Heathrow.
We have a whole room to ourselves, syndicate room 13 – luckily we’re not superstitious ;-)

On Sunday 5th from 14:00 to 15:00 we’ll be launching the paperback edition of Tej Turner’s The Janus Cycle in our room. There’ll be refreshments too!

Launch: The Janus Cycle
Sunday 5th April 14:00-15:00
Elsewhen Press (Syndicate room 13)

The Janus Cycle cover image

Artwork: Alison Buck

The Janus Cycle can best be described as gritty, sexy, surreal, urban fantasy.

Janus is a nightclub. But it’s not merely a location, it’s virtually a character in its own right. On the surface it appears to be a subcultural hub where the strange and disillusioned, who feel alienated and oppressed by society, can escape to be free from convention. Underneath that façade is a surreal space in time where the very foundations of reality can be twisted and distorted. But the special, unique, vibe of Janus is hijacked by a bandwagon of people who choose to conform to alternative lifestyles simply because it has become fashionable to be ‘different’ and this causes many of its original occupants to feel lost and disenchanted.

The story unfolds through the eyes of eight narrators, each with their own perspective and their own personal journey. A story in which the nightclub itself goes on a journey. But throughout, one strange girl briefly appears and reappears, warning the narrators that their individual journeys are going to collide in a cataclysmic event. Is she just another one of the nightclub’s denizens, a cynical mischief-maker out to create havoc or a time-traveller trying to prevent an impending disaster?

The Janus Cycle was published in a digital edition on 2nd January 2015 and will be launched in paperback at Dysprosium.


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