Events

Nov
18
Tue
2014
Launch of TimeStorm in Sydney @ William Wallace Hotel
Nov 18 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

TimeStorm cover imageSteve HarrisonSteve Harrison will be launching the action-packed timeslip adventure TimeStorm in the William Wallace Hotel, an historic pub in Balmain in Sydney on the evening of Tuesday November 18th. Copies of the book will be on sale and Steve will be happy to sign them! If you’re planning on coming along please contact Steve to let him know.

 

Nov
24
Mon
2014
TimeStorm publication in paperback
Nov 24 all-day
Artwork by Alison Buck, based on a photograph by nodff/shutterstock.com
Artwork by Alison Buck, based on a photograph by nodff/shutterstock.com

Steve Harrison’s first novel, TimeStorm, available to buy as an eBook since the 22nd August, will be published in a paperback edition on 24th November 2014.

TimeStorm is a thrilling epic adventure story of revenge, survival and honour set in a strange new world of unfamiliar technology and equally unfathomable social norms. In the literary footsteps of Hornblower, comes Lieutenant Christopher ‘Kit’ Blaney, an old-fashioned hero, a man of honour, duty and principle, dragged into the 21st century… literally.

TimeStorm will be available to buy or order in paperback through all good retailers and direct from Elsewhen Press.

Dec
11
Thu
2014
Launch of Future Perfect in Saffron Walden @ Intelligent Penguin
Dec 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Future Perfect cover imageKatrina MountfortKatrina Mountfort will be launching her debut novel Future Perfect on the evening of December 11th in Saffron Walden at Intelligent Penguin in Gold Street.

Future Perfect is the first book in the Blueprint Trilogy which takes us to a future in which men and women are almost identical, and personal relationships are forbidden. Following a bio-terrorist attack, the population now lives within comfortable Citidomes. MindValues advocate acceptance and non-attachment. The BodyPerfect cult encourages a tall thin androgynous appearance, and looks are everything. A dark undercurrent runs through the trilogy: the enforcement of conformity through fear, the fostering of distorted and damaging attitudes towards forbidden love, manipulation of appearance and even the definition of beauty. Join Katrina to celebrate the launch of her book with a drink, hear a reading, buy a copy and have it signed! What better way to spend a December evening?

It’s also worth saying a big thank you to Intelligent Penguin, a digital agency, who offered the use of their venue in exchange for a donation to a charity of Katrina’s choice. In keeping with the themes of the book, Katrina chose Beat, a charity providing helplines, online support and a network of UK-wide self-help groups to help adults and young people in the UK beat their eating disorders.

 

Mar
2
Mon
2015
Tanya Reimer – Meet the Author in Manor Library @ Manor Library
Mar 2 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Ghosts on the Prairies cover image
Artwork: Alison Buck

Tanya ReimerOn March 2nd*, Tanya Reimer will be at the Library in Manor Saskatchewan for the For the Love of Reading! event. From 1.30-4pm there will be programme events for children (reading, crafts, games). At 1.30pm you can Meet the Author, in which Tanya will read from her books and sign copies (including Ghosts on the Prairies, A Sacred Land Story) and answer questions until 2.30pm.

* Note the date has changed from February 20th to March 2nd

Apr
2
Thu
2015
Random Dingoes publication as eBook
Apr 2 – Apr 3 all-day

Random Dingoes, being the third novel to attempt to document the trials and tribulations of the Transdimensional Authority, will be published in an eBook edition on the 3rd April 2015.

Artwork: Hannah B. Farrell Montreal Background image: Gisela McKay
Artwork: Hannah B. Farrell
Montreal Background image: Gisela McKay

In Random Dingoes, the third Transdimensional Authority novel by Ira Nayman, investigators Noomi Rapier and Crash Chumley – who we first met in Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the Inconvenience) and again in You Can’t Kill the Multiverse (But You Can Mess With its Head) – look into reports of a drug that allows people to travel between universes without technological assistance. They methodically work their way up the drug ring’s chain of command and are just about to arrest its leader when – time travel happens. With the assistance of Time Agency agent Radames Trafshanian, Noomi and Crash must navigate realities they hadn’t anticipated and which they wouldn’t want to live in. But, can they find a decent corned beef on rye? You’ll have to read Random Dingoes to find out!

Random Dingoes will be available in popular eBook formats from all good eBook retailers.

Jul
5
Sun
2015
Random Dingoes publication in paperback
Jul 5 – Jul 6 all-day

Random Dingoes, being the third novel to attempt to document the trials and tribulations of the Transdimensional Authority, will be published in a paperback edition on the 6th July 2015.

Artwork: Hannah B. Farrell Montreal Background image: Gisela McKay
Artwork: Hannah B. Farrell
Montreal Background image: Gisela McKay

In Random Dingoes, the third Transdimensional Authority novel by Ira Nayman, investigators Noomi Rapier and Crash Chumley – who we first met in Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the Inconvenience) and again in You Can’t Kill the Multiverse (But You Can Mess With its Head) – look into reports of a drug that allows people to travel between universes without technological assistance. They methodically work their way up the drug ring’s chain of command and are just about to arrest its leader when – time travel happens. With the assistance of Time Agency agent Radames Trafshanian, Noomi and Crash must navigate realities they hadn’t anticipated and which they wouldn’t want to live in. But, can they find a decent corned beef on rye? You’ll have to read Random Dingoes to find out!

Random Dingoes has been available in popular eBook formats since the 3rd April.

Sep
3
Thu
2015
Forbidden Alliance publication as eBook
Sep 3 – Sep 4 all-day

Forbidden Alliance, the second book in Katrina Mountfort’s Blueprint trilogy, will be published in an eBook edition on the 4th September 2015. In the Blueprint future, men and women are almost identical and personal relationships are forbidden.

Artwork: Alex Storer
Artwork: Alex Storer

In Forbidden Alliance, more than sixteen years have passed since the events of Future Perfect, when Caia and Mac, now renamed Cathy and Michael, fled their oppressive lives in the Citidome. But the plight of those who remained behind is never far from their minds.

Cathy and Michael now have three children. But for Cathy, village life is no longer idyllic. While Michael is famed as the leader of the Alliance of Outside Communities, she is left holding the baby. When a chance arises for her to fulfil her potential, will she make the right choices? Michael, however, is too preoccupied to notice Cathy’s personal struggles. Heightened security in the Citidomes has resulted in fewer escapees, a shortage of young farmers and a depleted gene pool in the village. While Michael unveils his most audacious plan yet to liberate rebels from the Citidomes, will his devotion to the cause cost him the love of his wife and daughter? And will his plan endanger his life, as well as those of his allies?

Forbidden Alliance is also the story of Cathy and Michael’s sixteen year-old daughter Joy. Fiercely intelligent but with limited career options, she fights against the future her father has planned for her: marriage to village boy Matt. Forbidden from seeing Harry, the nomadic canal-dwelling boy she has loved since childhood, she finds friendship from an unexpected source: BodyPerfect ex-citizen Ryan, whose perfect Citidome looks are less than perfect in the outside world. And her illusions about life in the Citidomes are about to be shattered.

In addition to the issues explored in Future Perfect, Forbidden Alliance poses additional questions, including those of leadership, family loyalties and whether it is possible to justify the sacrifice of human lives for the greater good.

Forbidden Alliance will be available in popular eBook formats from all good eBook retailers.

 

Nov
15
Sun
2015
Forbidden Alliance – Launch party @ Novacon 45
Nov 15 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

If you’re going to be at Novacon 45 in Nottingham over the weekend of the 14/15th November, come and join us for our party on Saturday evening and also for our three book launches over the weekend.

Artwork: Alex Storer
Artwork: Alex Storer
Katrina MountfortOn Sunday morning from 11-12 in the Downstairs Bar we’ll be launching Forbidden Alliance by Katrina Mountfort. This is the second book in the Blueprint trilogy that takes us to a future in which men and women are almost identical, and personal relationships are forbidden. More than sixteen years have passed since Caia and Mac, now renamed Cathy and Michael, fled their oppressive lives in the Citidome in Future Perfect (the first of the trilogy), although the plight of those who remain behind is never far from their minds. In addition to the issues explored in the first book, Forbidden Alliance poses additional questions, including those of leadership, family loyalties and whether it is possible to justify the sacrifice of human lives for the greater good.

Along with the drinks and books, Katrina will be on hand to read from her book and sign copies. What’s more there’ll be Parma Violets (Katrina’s favourite – so please come along to stop her from eating them all).

Nov
16
Mon
2015
Forbidden Alliance publication in paperback
Nov 16 all-day

Forbidden Alliance, the second book in Katrina Mountfort’s Blueprint trilogy, will be published in paperback on the 16th November 2015. In the Blueprint future, men and women are almost identical and personal relationships are forbidden.

Artwork: Alex Storer
Artwork: Alex Storer

In Forbidden Alliance, more than sixteen years have passed since the events of Future Perfect, when Caia and Mac, now renamed Cathy and Michael, fled their oppressive lives. But the plight of those who remain in the Citidomes is never far from their minds.

Cathy and Michael now have three children and their Citidome life is a distant memory. But for Cathy, village life is no longer idyllic. While Michael is famed as the leader of the Alliance of Outside Communities, she is left holding the baby. When a chance arises for her to fulfil her potential, will she make the right choices? Michael, however, is too preoccupied to notice Cathy’s personal struggles. Heightened security in the Citidomes has resulted in fewer escapees, a shortage of young farmers and a depleted gene pool in the village. While Michael unveils his most audacious plan yet to liberate rebels from the Citidomes, will his devotion to the cause cost him the love of his wife and daughter? And will his plan endanger his life, as well as those of his allies?

Forbidden Alliance is also the story of Cathy and Michael’s sixteen year-old daughter Joy. Fiercely intelligent but with limited career options, she fights against the future her father has planned for her: marriage to village boy Matt. Forbidden from seeing Harry, the nomadic canal-dwelling boy she has loved since childhood, she finds friendship from an unexpected source: BodyPerfect ex-citizen Ryan, whose perfect Citidome looks are less than perfect in the outside world. And her illusions about life in the Citidomes are about to be shattered.

In addition to the issues explored in Future Perfect, Forbidden Alliance poses additional questions, including those of leadership, family loyalties and whether it is possible to justify the sacrifice of human lives for the greater good.

Forbidden Alliance has been available in popular eBook formats since the 4th September.

 

Mar
18
Fri
2016
Existence is Elsewhen publication as eBook
Mar 18 all-day
Artwork by Alison Buck
Artwork by Alison Buck

Existence is Elsewhen, our fantastic new anthology is available from 18th March 2016 as an eBook. It will be published in print on 25th March 2016, and launched at Mancunicon.

The title, Existence is Elsewhen, paraphrases the last sentence of André Breton’s 1924 Manifesto of Surrealism, perfectly summing up the intent behind this anthology of stories from a wonderful collection of authors. Different worlds… different times. It’s what Elsewhen Press has been about since we launched our first title in 2011.

In Existence is Elsewhen we present twenty science fiction stories for you to enjoy, one from each of the following twenty great authors:

Sep
22
Thu
2016
Elsewhen Press at FantasyCon by the Sea @ The Grand Hotel and The Royal Hotel
Sep 22 – Sep 25 all-day

FantasyCon by the Sea

In September we will be at FantasyCon by the Sea in Scarborough. It will be our first FantasyCon, so if you’re going to be there please come and say hello to us, we’d love to see you. We’ll be in the Victoria Room selling our books all weekend, and we have a launch party on Saturday for our two latest titles Instrument of Peace by Rebecca Hall and Mandigo and the Hellhounds by Anders Reemark.

Some of our authors will be there too: Christopher Nuttall, Rebecca Hall, Susan Oke, James Starling, Tej Turner, Dave Weaver.

Christopher NuttallRebecca Hall© Victoria Koshoni PhotographyImage of James Starling by Hannah B. FarrellTej TurnerDave Weaver

Sep
24
Sat
2016
Mandigo and the Hellhounds launch party at FantasyCon @ FantasyCon by the Sea
Sep 24 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Artwork: Alison Buck
Artwork: Alison Buck

While we’re at FantasyCon we will be having a launch party for our two latest fantasy titles.

Mandigo and the Hellhounds, by Anders Reemark, is the book in the Mandigo trilogy. Translated from the Danish by Nina Sokol it is a classic epic fantasy story, suitable for younger readers but just as gripping for older readers.

When he was eight, Mandigo found a baby on a raft in the river and carried her to Greta, the wise woman who lived in the forest. By the time he was twelve, Greta had taught him some magic, but an evil force was looking for the baby and Greta decided to leave for the baby’s safety. Mandigo would have liked to go with her but his world is suddenly turned upside down with the arrival of a fearsome knight accompanied by a pack of Hellhounds…

The launch party is in the Harbourlights Restaurant in the Grand Hotel from 12-1pm on Saturday. If you’re coming to FantasyCon, please join us at the party.

 

Nov
12
Sat
2016
Freedom’s Prisoners – Launch party @ Novacon 46
Nov 12 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

If you’re going to be at Novacon 46 in Nottingham over the weekend of the 12/13th November, come and join us for the launch of Freedom’s Prisoners.

Artwork: Alex Storer
Artwork: Alex Storer
Katrina MountfortOn Saturday afternoon from 5-6pm in the Downstairs Bar we’ll be launching Freedom’s Prisoners by Katrina Mountfort. This is the third book in the Blueprint trilogy that takes us to a future in which men and women are almost identical, and personal relationships are forbidden. Tensions have escalated since the breakout. Michael and his army of rebels may have won the first battle in their fight against the Citidome authorities, but can they win a war? The Citidomes are fighting back and no-one is safe any more as RotorFighters rain down fire on defenceless villages destroying them and their inhabitants. Freedom’s Prisoners explores betrayal, guilt, hope and endurance in an explosive conclusion to the Blueprint trilogy.

Along with the drinks and books, Katrina will be on hand to read from her book and sign copies.
 

May
21
Sun
2017
Sanem Ozdural – Readathon Day, Pirates Alley, New Orleans @ Faulkner House
May 21 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Sanem OzduralOn Saturday May 21st from 2:30pm to 5:00pm, Sanem Ozdural, author of LiGa™ and the Dark shall do what Light cannot will be one of four authors taking part in the Faulkner Society’s Readathon featuring Authors of New Novels. She would love to see you there. If you’re thinking of going, contact The Faulkner Society beforehand (click email above, details on the ‘e-vite’ below).



LiGa™ cover
Artwork: Alison Buck
Artwork: Alison Buck
Artwork: Alison Buck



Read-A-Thon New Orleans

Oct
19
Fri
2018
Elsewhen Press at FantasyCon 2018 @ The Queen Hotel, Chester
Oct 19 – Oct 21 all-day

We will be at FantasyCon again in October. This year in the old walled city of Chester.

We will, of course, be in the Dealers Room for the whole weekend. We will be selling all of our titles.

On Saturday morning at 11am we are having a launch event in the Jubilee Room (shared with Horrific Tales) at which we will have readings from three of our latest books as well as some refreshments and the opportunity to chat to the authors and get them to sign your copy of their book (which we can sell you!). The authors at the launch will be:

Juliet KempThe Deep and Shining Dark
David M AllanThe Empty Throne
David CraigResurrection Men

Please come along to support them.

Some of our authors will also be participating in panels or giving talks as follows:

Fri 5:30pm The Gladstone Room
Putting the Science in Science FictionDavid M Allan

Sat 2:30pm The Edward Room
Reviewing and Getting ReviewedSusan Oke (moderator)

Sat 3:00pm The Gladstone Room
Are We All Teenagers at Heart?Juliet Kemp, PR Ellis

Sat 4:00pm The Albert Room
Writing Short FictionJuliet Kemp (moderator)

Sat 5:30pm The Albert Room
Cavorite to CoaxiumPR Ellis

Sat 8:30pm The Albert Room
Writing and Representing Queer Characters in Genre FictionPR Ellis

Sat 9:30pm The Albert Room
Writing GroupsSusan Oke

Sun 12:30pm The Edward Room
Underrepresented Voices in Genre FictionJuliet Kemp

The FantasyCon programme can be downloaded from here.

Oct
21
Sun
2018
Dealers Room open to the public at FantasyCon 2018 @ The Queen Hotel, Chester
Oct 21 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

If you’re in or around Chester this coming weekend, but weren’t planning on coming to FantasyCon, there’s some great news for you. The Dealers Room at FantasyCon will be open to the public on Sunday morning (9am to 1pm). That means you can come in and visit a whole room full of Independent Publishers (including us) eager to sell you the best SFF books around; as well as purveyors of t-shirts, artwork and jewellery among other things.