Events

Aug
16
Sat
2014
The Rhymer – launch at Loncon3 @ Loncon 3
Aug 16 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Palimpsest derived from photos of Leonardo’s work by Janaka Dharmasena/shutterstock.com Original artwork by Alison Buck
Palimpsest derived from photos of Leonardo’s work by Janaka Dharmasena /shutterstock.com
Original artwork by Alison Buck

We will be launching the print edition of Douglas Thompson’s latest novel The Rhymer, an Heredyssey, during Loncon 3. In fact, Saturday lunchtime (16th August) in the Book Launch section of the Library in the Fan Village at 13:30. So if you’re going to be at Loncon 3 (the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention, in case you don’t already know!) come and join us for a drink, to hear Douglas do a bit of a reading, buy a copy and get him to sign it.Douglas Thompson

Nov
22
Sat
2014
Glass Shore signing at Singularity & Co @ Singularity & Co
Nov 22 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Glass Shore cover imagePhoto by Angeliki JacksonOn Saturday November 22nd, at Singularity & Co in Brooklyn, Stefan Jackson will be reading from Glass Shore, his debut science fiction action & adventure novel set in Manhattan in 2076. Come along to hear an extract and have a drink – buy a copy and Stefan will even sign it for you (pre-launch copies will be available to buy exclusively at this event – be the first of your friends to get your hands on a copy of Glass Shore, or be a good friend and bring them along to Singularity & Co so they don’t have to wait until December 6th!)

 

Apr
10
Fri
2015
theDark shall do what Light cannot — publication as eBook
Apr 10 all-day

the Dark shall do what Light cannot, the latest novel from Sanem Ozdural and the second in the LiGa series, will be published in an eBook edition on the 10th April 2015.

Artwork: Alison Buck
Artwork: Alison Buck

There is a place called Pera which lies beyond the Light Veil, on the other side of reality. There are light trees there that eat sunlight and bear fruit which, in turn, lights up and energises (literally) the community of Pera. There are light birds that glitter in the night because they have eaten the seed of the lightberry. The House of Light and Dark, which is the domain of the Sun and her brother, Twilight, welcomes all creatures living in Pera. But in the midst of all the glitter, laughter and the songs, it must be remembered that the lightberry is poisonous to the non-Pera born, and the Land is afraid when the Sun retreats, for it is then that Twilight walks the streets…

With some of the characters that we originally met in LiGa™, Sanem Ozdural’s first novel, the Dark shall do what Light cannot transports us from New York to the colourful and wonderful world of Pera. On the way we meet the pirate Patron and her ship the Flying Fish, the only one that can sail through the Light Veil; Orion (Imm.), the Hunter, respected by some and feared by others; and Shadow, the formidable soul of Pera.

the Dark shall do what Light cannot will be available in popular eBook formats from all good eBook retailers.

 

Jul
27
Mon
2015
theDark shall do what Light cannot — publication in paperback
Jul 27 all-day

the Dark shall do what Light cannot, the latest novel from Sanem Ozdural and the second in the LiGa series, will be published in a paperback edition on the 27th July 2015.

Artwork: Alison Buck
Artwork: Alison Buck

There is a place called Pera which lies beyond the Light Veil, on the other side of reality. There are light trees there that eat sunlight and bear fruit which, in turn, lights up and energises (literally) the community of Pera. There are light birds that glitter in the night because they have eaten the seed of the lightberry. The House of Light and Dark, which is the domain of the Sun and her brother, Twilight, welcomes all creatures living in Pera. But in the midst of all the glitter, laughter and the songs, it must be remembered that the lightberry is poisonous to the non-Pera born, and the Land is afraid when the Sun retreats, for it is then that Twilight walks the streets…

With some of the characters that we originally met in LiGa™, Sanem Ozdural’s first novel, the Dark shall do what Light cannot transports us from New York to the colourful and wonderful world of Pera. On the way we meet the pirate Patron and her ship the Flying Fish, the only one that can sail through the Light Veil; Orion (Imm.), the Hunter, respected by some and feared by others; and Shadow, the formidable soul of Pera.

the Dark shall do what Light cannot has also been available in popular eBook formats since 10th April.

 

May
21
Sun
2017
Sanem Ozdural – Readathon Day, Pirates Alley, New Orleans @ Faulkner House
May 21 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 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

Mar
22
Thu
2018
Fictional Alignment and An Android Awakes at Sci-Fi Weekender SFW9 @ Hafan y Môr Holiday Park
Mar 22 – Mar 25 all-day
Apr
6
Fri
2018
Launch party for Fictional Alignment @ Ahh Geek Out!
Apr 6 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
May
25
Fri
2018
Fictional Alignment and An Android Awakes at MCM London Comic Con @ ExCel London
May 25 – May 27 all-day
Jul
27
Fri
2018
Fictional Alignment and An Android Awakes at London Film & Comic Con @ Olympia
Jul 27 – Jul 29 all-day

Cover Art: Tony Allcock; Logo Design: Craig Nash
Artwork: Karl Brown
Cover Design: Craig Nash
Mike French and Karl Brown will be promoting An Android Awakes and Fictional Alignment at the London Film & Comic Con at Olympia 27-29 July 2018.

Sep
22
Sat
2018
Fictional Alignment and An Android Awakes at Thought Bubble
Sep 22 – Sep 23 all-day

Mike French and Karl Brown will be promoting An Android Awakes and Fictional Alignment at Thought Bubble in Leeds, the largest festival of sequential art in the UK.

Artwork: Karl Brown
Cover Design: Craig Nash
Cover Art: Tony Allcock; Logo Design: Craig Nash