Harper Voyager Science Fair: Real Science of Military Sci-Fi

Harper Voyager Science Fair: Real Science of Military Sci-Fi

Today, three acclaimed military sci-fi authors join us for the Harper Voyager Science Fair (#hvsciencefair) to share the real science behind military science fiction! Neuralink Features By William H. Keith, aka Ian Douglas (author of Dark Mind) The works of Jules Verne, Arthur C. Clarke, and other SF luminaries notwithstanding, science fiction does not predict the … Read More

Harper Voyager Science Fair: Fun Facts About Poison w/ Sarah Beth Durst

Harper Voyager Science Fair: Fun Facts About Poison w/ Sarah Beth Durst

Today, Sarah Beth Durst (author of The Reluctant Queen) is joining us for the Harper Voyager Science Fair (#HVsciencefair), to discuss..poison! Enjoy! Fun Facts About Poison by Sarah Beth Durst   One weird side effect of life as a writer: your Google search history looks really, really suspicious.  You start wanting to issue disclaimers with your searches, “It’s for … Read More

Nicky Drayden’s THE PREY OF GODS — cover!

Summer 2017 is going to be an amazing time for Harper Voyager, and it’s not that far away! One book we’re really excited about is Nicky Drayden’s debut, The Prey of Gods. And now we have an brilliant cover!   With art by the extremely talented Brenoch Adams, and designed by HarperCollins designer-extraordinaire Owen Corrigan, we … Read More

Harper Voyager US — Open Submission: Update

  Hi, writers! So sorry it’s been taking so long to get back to you all about the Urban Fantasy and Military SF open call we had last November, but we wanted to update you on where we’re at in the process. The first round of responses are going out this week, and we should … Read More

The Hugo Awards

Hugo Nominations close on March 10th, and although it’s a little late, we wanted to make sure you were aware of all the books, stories, and authors published by Harper Voyager US that are eligible for both Hugo Awards and the John W. Campbell Award.  We’re proud of all the books and authors associated with … Read More

Voyager Authors cleanup at Australian Awards!

Congratulations to the fabulous Anita Bell and the late, great Sara Douglass, who are the joint winners of the 2012 Norma K Hemming Award. The award is for excellence in the exploration of race, gender, sexuality, class and disability in Australian speculative fiction. Anita won for her novel Hindsight and Sara for The Devil’s Diadem.  … Read More

ARCHON on sale NOW!

This is a wonderful sexy, unsettling, and compelling debut novel in a series by Sabrina Benulis for anyone who loves Angelology or Lauren Kate’s Fallen series. Angela Mathers is obsessed with visions of angels, supernatural creatures who haunt her thoughts by day and seduce her dreams by night. Released from a mental institution, she hopes … Read More

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