Amy S. Foster’s Rift Trilogy and the Radish Reading App

Amy S. Foster’s Rift Uprising trilogy is coming to its thrilling conclusion this Fall, but it’s also getting exciting new life through the app Radish! Radish is a serialized reading experience (available on either an Apple or Android device) that focuses on the episodic nature of storytelling and encourages engagement from fans and creators on … Read More

A Matter of Awards

With the Nebula Awards being handed out this weekend, first off, let’s congratulate the winners:   Best Novel The Stone Sky by N.K. Jemisin Best Novella All Systems Red by Martha Wells Best Novelette A Human Stain by Kelly Robson Best Short Story “Welcome To Your Authentic Indian Experience™” by Rebecca Roanhorse Andre Norton Award … 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

Editorial Thoughts — Hugo Award Noms

It’s funny, but since so much of what I read each year are submissions, it’s not easy to keep up with what’s going on as books actually get published. I try, though, but that means any time I’m in a situation to make a nomination for an award, it’s based on what I’ve read, and … Read More

Some of My Favorite Things: Historical Fantasy

by T. Frohock I love historical fiction. It’s always been a favorite of mine, and historical fantasy … well, that is mixing ALL of my favorite things. I have enjoyed everything from Robert McCammon’s World War II werewolf spy novel, The Wolf’s Hour, to Jasper Kent’s brilliant recreation of the Patriotic War of 1812 and … Read More

Top 5 Games For Procrastinating Writers

by Elizabeth Bonesteel   You know how it is. You have a deadline, and the storyline is screaming in your head, and you’ve got that document open, and…and…you just can’t. Not right now. You need something that will rest your mind, that will distract you from that nagging timeline issue that just won’t stay fixed, … Read More

UPDATE: Harper Voyager U.S. – Open Submission

Happy February, everyone! I know a few of you have contacted us on Twitter and Facebook to ask about the status of the manuscripts that were submitted to the Harper Voyager US open call we had last November. And so here’s a quick update: We aren’t quite done yet. But we are working on it, … Read More

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