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Tweet about Doctor Who contest - Winners announced!
By Reinart der Fuchs at Oct 5 2010 - 06:47
Doctor Who: The Coming of the  Terraphiles
With thanks to BBC Books, I am happy to announce that October brings us a number of Moorcock/Doctor Who related giveaways in the form of a few contests.

Contest #1: Tweet about Doctor Who contests at Moorcock's Miscellany

The purpose of this contest is to get the word out about other contests and of course Mike's new book The Coming of the Terraphiles. If tweeting isn't your thing, don't worry, there are a couple more contests that will have nothing to do with tweeting ahead this month. We are hoping to create a critical mass starting with Twitter.

To enter you have to tweet about the new book and our contests. Each tweet (or retweet) (one per day per account) is an entry. We pick three random tweets as winners after two weeks. A qualifying tweet looks like this:

Quote:
The Terraphiles are coming! #moorcock #doctorwho Win a copy of Michael Moorock's new book at http://goo.gl/jiPB
Our three lucky winners will get one proof of Michael's new Doctor Who book.

This contest ended on October 19th, 2010.
Winners of the contest can be found in this thread.

Moorcock in latest issue of Locus magazine (Sept 2010)
By David Mosley at Sep 13 2010 - 13:57
The September 2010 issue of Locus Magazine is a special about Steampunk and includes an essay by Michael Moorcock, author of the proto-steampunk novels, The Warlord of the Air (1971), The Land Leviathan (1974), and The Steel Tsar (1981); collected as A Nomad of the Time Streams (1993).

locus magazine cover
* Interviews with Cherie Priest, Gail Carriger, and Phil & Kaja Foglio

* Commentary by Bruce Sterling, James P. Blaylock, Michael Moorcock, and many others

* A new column by regular commentator Cory Doctorow

* A report from Comic-Con 2010

* Listings of Forthcoming Books in the US and UK through June 2011

* Bibliographic listings of the month's New Books and Magazines published in the US and UK

* Short fiction reviews by Gardner Dozois and Rich Horton, plus reviews by Gary K. Wolfe, Faren Miller, Russell Letson, and Paul Witcover, of books by Hannu Rajaniemi, William Gibson, Walter Jon Williams, Adam Roberts, Marie Brennan, and others

www.locusmag.com
Locus Contents

Event at Bibliotheque nationale, Paris - 6 October 2010
By Michael Moorcock at Sep 7 2010 - 08:37
Bibliotheque nationale, Paris
I'll be reading, talking and signing at BnF, quai Francois Mauriac, 6 October, as part of a programme in association with NYU, Paris, which will follow the same form as others in the series:

ie, discussion in English, simultaneous translation into French, Marie-Dominique Montel conducting the interview, signing afterwards etc. Anyone who wants to reserve a seat in advance can do so at

nyu-in-france@nyu.edu

Q&A forum announcement

BLOOD available as an audiobook download from Crossroad Press
By Michael Moorcock at Sep 7 2010 - 02:15
http://crossroadpress.com/catalog/pr...roducts_id=118

This is a link to the site offering the audiobook version of BLOOD: A SOUTHERN FANTASY. I have had good relations with this company and with the reader.

BLOOD: A SOUTHERN FANTASY

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BLOOD: A Southern Fantasy
by Michael Moorcock
Unabridged narration by Chet Williamson
Run time 8 hours
MP3 Download

The South…but not as we know it…

On the threshold of infinity, a world awaits the inevitable moment of annihilation – fearing the terrible wild colors that bleed through the shredded fabric of reality.

The river flows across the dimensions – lawless, unstable waterways that seep into chaos and violent uncertainty. Here, on riverboats and in doomed cafes teetering on oblivion's edge, jugador gamblers work their mystical trade – while others, less adept, seek purpose in a space opera mythology that determines all things. And the river flows, carrying the best of the best, jugador supreme Jack Karaquazian, ever closer to the beautiful Colinda Dovero – the walking vision to whom he once promised his eternal heart…then lost through pride and blind folly.

And the river flows, uniting Sam Oakenhurst, disciple of machinoix pain, with his mysterious beloved, the Rose. For somewhere different upriver, they each have a role to play in a continuing cosmic drama-and must risk the future on the famous luck of Jack Karaquazian in the apocalyptic Game of Time.

BLOOD: Michael Moorcock's astonishing journey though volatile matter and corrupted time – a phantasmagoric excursion to the death of the old multiverse…and the birth of the new.
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Doctor Who: The Coming of the Terraphiles Book Signing Schedule
By The Cosmic Balance at Aug 28 2010 - 02:29
Doctor Who: The Coming of the Terraphiles
Michael Moorcock will be signing copies of Doctor Who: The Coming of the Terraphiles at the following venues in October:

Sunday October 17th - The Town Hall, Cheltenham (times tbc)
Tuesday October 19th - Waterstone's, Manchester Deansgate (6:30PM) Further details: 0843 290 8485
Thursday October 21st - Forbidden Planet, Shaftesbury Avenue, London (18:00-19:00) Store details: 0207 420 3666



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FORBIDDEN PLANET have informed me that signings these days are limited to one or two hours at most, so if it's a big crowd there won't be time to sign much else. I'd suggest if you were planning to bring a lot of stuff to sign to bring your favourite book, since there won't be time to sign more. It seems that's the only signing in London, though I will be signing stock at other shops, including Blackwells. I've noticed this recently at other signings when I simply haven't had time to do what I like to do -- which is sign everything that readers would like me to sign. At present I see no real solution. You can also order the Dr Who book from John Davey. I'll sign and personalise everything I can, especially if you've ordered from John who will be more au fait with what you might want me to do.

Cheltenham Literary Festival
By Rothgo at Aug 18 2010 - 05:18
Cheltenham Town Hall
Doctor Who: The Coming of the Terraphiles: Michael Moorcock

Sunday 17 October 2010 at 6:00 pm (60mins)
Event 323 at Cheltenham Town Hall
Price: £7
(member price: £5.60) more

Join us for the launch of the brand new Doctor Who novel, The Coming of the Terraphiles, with Michael Moorcock, award-winning creator of the Elric Saga and Mother London. Find out what the influential science fiction and fantasy giant has in store for the Doctor and Amy Pond.

BUY TICKETS
http://cheltenhamfestivals.com/liter...hael-moorcock/
http://cheltenhamfestivals.com/

Q&A Discussion thread

Cheltenham Literary Festival
By Rothgo at Aug 18 2010 - 04:57
Festival Tents, Imperial Gardens, Cheltenham
Iain M Banks, Gwyneth Jones, Michael Moorcock and China Miéville: British Science Fiction

Sunday 17 October 2010 at 4:00 pm (60mins)
Event 317 at The Inkpot
Price: £6 (reserved seating)
(member price: £4.80) more

From H G Wells to John Wyndham, Britain has been home to some of the most groundbreaking and successful classic science fiction writers. Explore past classics and the best of the current crop as authors Iain M Banks, Gwyneth Jones, Michael Moorcock and Guest Director China Miéville discuss this very British tradition.
Programmed by China Miéville.


BUY TICKETS
http://cheltenhamfestivals.com/liter...ience-fiction/

Q&A Discussion thread

Colonel Pyat is coming to America
By Michael Moorcock at Jul 25 2010 - 03:27
Pyat Bookmark
I've just signed a contract with PM [Press] to publish the Pyat books and others in the US.

Comment on this exciting news in the Q&A discussion thread

Advance notice: Michael Moorcock signing The Coming of the Terraphiles (Oct 21)
By Sir John Barbic... at Jul 13 2010 - 07:00
Doctor Who: The Coming of the Terraphiles
MICHAEL MOORCOCK will be signing his forthcoming Doctor Who novel The Coming of the Terraphiles at the Forbidden Planet Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR, on Thursday 21st October 6-7pm.

Forbidden Planet announcement
Q&A Discussion thread

The Final Programme + Q&A with Michael Moorcock at BFI Southbank (10th August)
By Sir John Barbic... at Jul 5 2010 - 12:46
Michael Moorcock's fast moving futuristic update of the thrilling adventure tales of yesteryear.

10 Aug / 20:30 / NFT1

The Final Programme film poster
Pulp novelist, sci-fi pioneer and sometime member of Hawkwind, Michael Moorcock has written scores of subversive, groundbreaking cult books but tonight's film is a rare example of a big screen adaptation – don't miss this chance to see it. Jon Finch is terrific as hip, party-hungry adventurer Jerry Cornelius, troubled by the recent passing of his father but reluctantly on the hunt for the mysterious 'Final Programme': dad’s design for the perfect self-replicating human. Meanwhile, his sister is missing and his drugged-up brother holds fierce dominion over the house where the missing microfilm is supposedly located. Somehow Jerry has to get his head together, and deal with gorgeous, icily seductive Miss Bruner (Jenny Runacre) – who's also after the design. Terrific performances all round in this fast-moving, futuristic update of the thrilling adventure tales of yesteryear, with an unmissable supporting turn from a cigar-chomping Sterling Hayden.

Priority booking for August screenings is available to BFI Members from 11.30am on Tuesday 6 July.
Public booking for August opens on Tuesday 13 July.

We're hoping that members of Moorcock's Miscellany who are able to make it to the screening/Q&A will be able to meet up with Mike afterwards, though this remains to be confirmed at present. Keep an eye on the Moorcock at the BFI discussion thread for further annoucements!

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