Tagged: Ben Aaronovitch

Aaronovitch expands SFF prize for writers of colour

A prize for fantasy and science fiction writers of colour founded by Rivers of London author Ben Aaronovitch has been rebranded for its second year... Read more

Gollancz celebrates Rivers of London 10th anniversary with special editions

Gollancz is marking the 10th anniversary of Ben Aaronovitch's bestselling Rivers of London series with two special editions of the first book. Read more

Gollancz/Rivers of London shortlistees named

Eight unpublished authors have been shortlisted for the inaugural Gollancz and Rivers of London BAME SFF Award. Read more

Gollancz and Aaronovitch launch writing prize for BAME authors

Gollancz and author Ben Aaronovitch are launching a writing prize championing under-represented voices in science fiction, fantasy and horror after stats showed less than 1%... Read more

Plans for Independent Bookshop Week revealed

Authors will tour independent bookshops, illustrators will create special shop windows and limited edition and early book releases will take place to celebrate this year’s... Read more

Pegg and Frost option Aaronovitch's Rivers of London for TV

Ben Aaronovitch’s bestselling Rivers of London series has been optioned for television by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s production company Stolen Picture.... Read more

Orion scoops four books from Aaronovitch in seven-figure deal

Orion has scooped four new DC Peter Grant books from bestselling author Ben Aaronovitch in a seven-figure deal. Read more

Weekly E-Ranking: Sleeping giant defeats Mariani

Ben Aaronovitch caused an upset in the Weekly E-Book Ranking as his seventh Rivers of London title, Lies Sleeping, swept away with the e-book top... Read more

Gollancz acquires new Aaronovitch novella set in Germany

Orion's SFF imprint Gollancz has acquired a new Ben Aaronovitch novella, The October Man, which extends the Rivers of London universe to Germany.... Read more

Weekly E-Ranking: The Furthest Station steams into number one spot

Ben Aaronovitch’s The Furthest Station has chugged into the Weekly E-Ranking number one spot. Read more

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