Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author Mary Robinette Kowal invited J.R.H. Lawless to her blog to discuss his “Favorite Bit” from his new sci-fi comedy THE RUDE EYE OF REBELLION and how he came up with the book’s title.
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Today, Uproar Books is publishing a new edition of the 1919 pulp classic The Heads of Cerberus under the author’s true name: Gertrude Barrows Bennett. Why did we pick this particular work by this particular author to be the second book in our new series of the most influential science-fiction and fantasy novels of all time? Please allow me to share the foreword to this new edition to help explain.
The title pretty much says it all, right? Read the first three chapters of the sci-fi thriller THE WAY OUT, and we’re sure you’ll be hooked!
All the humor stirred into the brew, all the absurd situations, the wordplay, the puns, and the quirky etymology footnotes are only the teaspoon of sugar added by a particularly messed-up Mary Poppins to make the medicine go down. And that medicine is the real Big Idea in RUDE EYE…
THE RUDE EYE OF REBELLION is officially on the market, and author JRH Lawless is offering a special gift to readers who shell out for the hard cover edition! (Hint: It rhymes and occasionally involves a man from Nantucket.)
Why did Uproar Books select the 1924 Russian masterpiece WE by Yevgeny Zamyatin to be the first book in our new series of the most influential science-fiction and fantasy books of all times?
Hugo-winning author and all-around nifty guy John Scalzi is inviting Uproar Books author J.R.H. Lawless to come over and play on his Whatever blog in a couple of weeks. Here’s a look back at what happened last time he came for a visit…
It’s not too late to download THE WAY OUT on NetGalley for an advance review before our Sept 29 launch! Here’s a look at what reviewers are staying so far…
Uproar Books is launching THE WAY OUT by Armond Boudreaux four weeks early in paperback only. That’s today!
Get ready for a bloodbath this fall when hundreds of delayed books launch right on top of the already-planned fall books… and now printers are warning they can’t keep pace with it all.