Well, the title says it all. Go and watch the Google Hangout that took place earlier today at Gollancz Festival with Elizabeth Bear and Scott Lynch!
Unfortunately technical difficulties cut it short.
UK publisher Gollancz has released a schedule of online events for their Gollancz Festival. Authors Elizabeth Bear, Bradley Beaulieu, Scott Lynch, Ezekiel Boone and Mark Stay will participate in a Google Hangout on Friday, September 16, 2016, at 3:30pm. Join and ask your questions!
The French publisher Bragelonne has organized an evening to meet and greet fantasy authors Scott Lynch and Bradley P. Beaulieu. The free event will take place at Bragelonne’s headquarters in Paris on Tuesday, September 20, 2016, from 5 to 7:30pm.
Let us know if you get a chance to go there!
In an update published by Scott Lynch’s publisher Gollancz, the author informs his readers, who were eagerly awaiting the publication of The Thorn of Emberlain, tentatively slotted for September 22, 2016, in the UK, that the release date is pushed back to an undetermined date. Lynch explains:
I am incredibly sorry about this, and I want it to be understood that there’s nobody to blame but me. In addition to the expected obstacles, I severely complicated my life this year by moving. The process of seeking a mortgage, securing a house, and moving across half a continent (although it was necessary, and has been mostly joyful) has eaten months of my time and made it very difficult to recover lost ground on several projects. Oh– Elizabeth Bear and I are getting married, too. Another real joy, but it’s eating spare time like you wouldn’t believe.
Scott is still scheduled to appear in September at Fantasycon-by-the-Sea in the UK and in October at IceCon in Iceland.
We’ll get back to you when we hear more.
The bookstore Waterstones Deansgate located in Manchester, UK, is advertising an evening discussion with the three authors moderated by fellow author Elizabeth Bear on Monday, September 19, 2016. They are celebrating the 10th-anniversary editions of their first books!
Get in touch with us if you get a chance to be there!
Wertzone announces that Scott lynch has unveiled a map of the Seven Marrows, the kingdom where the plot of The Thorn of Emberlain will take place.
Update: Scott has posted a second map on his Tumblr account, that of the Canton of Somnay where the action starts in the next installment.
Elizabeth Bear and Scott Lynch are scheduled to appear at CONvergence 2016 (June 29-July 4) in Bloomington, MN, and read on Saturday, July 2nd, from 5 to 6pm.
Send us an update if you attend!
Scott Lynch’s British publisher, Gollancz, has announced that the release of the next installment of the Gentleman Bastard Sequence, The Thorn of Emberlain, has been moved to September 2016 to coincide with the author’s appearance as a Guest of Honor at Fantasycon-by-the-Sea (September 23-25, 2016). We do not know the exact release date yet but the pre-order page on Orion announces September 22nd. Stay tuned!
Update: September has been confirmed by Scott!
A RPG forum based on the Gentleman Bastard series’ world opened on April 3rd. French-speaking RPG enthusiasts, enjoy!
Joshua Soule, Senior Librarian at the New York Public Library’s Spuyten Duyvil branch, published a list of recommended books based on favorite Game of Thrones characters. If you like Petyr Baelish’s conniving, Locke Lamora is for you!
Who hasn’t found themselves rooting for Lord Littlefinger, even just a little? Devious, wily, cunning, diabolical are all adjectives for our favorite Westerosian bad boy. They also describe the protagonist of Scott Lynch’s Gentlemen Bastards [sic] series, Locke Lamora. Locke is raised as a supreme con artist by Father Chains, set on a path to balance the scales of life against the wealthy and powerful. He is Baelish with morals and loyalty to his friends.