The Cover of The Luminous Dead by Caitlin Starling

NOTE: This is a guest post from debut author Caitlin Starling. The Luminous Dead goes on-sale 4/2/2019 and is currently available for pre-order. Enjoy! How do you turn something as intangible as the perilous love-hate relationship between two women into a cover? You don’t; instead, you focus on the hundreds of feet of rock that separate … Read More

The Cover of Planetside by Michael Mammay

NOTE: This is a guest post from debut author Michael Mammay. Planetside goes on-sale 7/31 and is currently available for pre-order. Enjoy! As a debut writer, I never thought about what goes into making a cover. When David Pomerico, my editor, contacted me and said it was time, he pitched it as a lot of fun. … Read More

Cover Reveal: MAHIMATA by Rati Mehrotra

Greetings, Voyagers! We have a treat for you today: the incredible cover of Rati Mehrotra’s Mahimata, which goes on sale 3/5/19, and concludes the gripping story begun in January’s Markswoman.  In Mahimata, assassin Kyra Veer’s return to the caves of Kali is bittersweet. She no longer feels as though she belongs. Her beloved mentor is dead. Her best … Read More

Cover Reveal: MARKSWOMAN by Rati Mehrotra

Cover Reveal: MARKSWOMAN by Rati Mehrotra

Greetings, Voyagers! Today, I am so excited to share the gorgeous cover of Rati Mehrotra’s kick-ass debut, MARKSWOMAN, which goes on sale in January 2018. MARKSWOMAN is set in the fictional world of Asiana, a post-apocalyptic rendering of Asia. In Asiana, the peace has long been kept by several orders of knife-wielding female assassins. The blades of these powerful women … Read More

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

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