Angry Robot Books has published some of our favorite books of the past few years, including Ramez Naam's Nexus and Madeline Ashby's vN. But since Angry Robot got bought last fall, a lot of books were delayed, and Ashby ended up taking her next standalone book to Tor. The good news is, Angry Robot's signed some great…
Angry Robot Books has made a name for itself with smart, action-packed novels like Ramez Naam's recent Nexus. Now they're about to start a new post-apocalyptic series, the Dustwalker Cycle, by videogame designer and author Jay Posey. We've got an excerpt from the first novel, called Three. If you like hardboiled…
Many creators are skittish, if not downright hostile, when it comes to fans creating derivative works. But some other creators and producers actually embrace fans' creativity — and Angry Robot Books is taking that tendency to the next level.
If you love weird, thought-provoking stories about robot consciousness, then you'll be as excited as we are to learn about vN, the debut novel by Madeline Ashby which just sold to Angry Robot Books. Ashby's novel shows what happens when a robot girl loses her inhibitions.
Here's a business model that could help use the internet to save publishing from the abyss. Angry Robot Books will offer you e-book versions of every book it publishes in a year — up to 24 books — for £69.
For many new authors, the hardest part of getting published is just getting the attention of publishers. You have a brilliant book, but the publishing industry seems huge and monolithic. Except that now, publishers are paying attention to online sources.
Angry Robot Books is having its U.S. launch today, and we're ready to announce the three lucky souls who are each receiving a full set of a half-dozen Angry Robot titles, including Lauren Beukes' Moxyland.
Britain's most exciting new science fiction publisher, Angry Robot, is launching in the U.S. next week — and you can win all six of their U.S. launch titles. All you have to do is answer one simple question.