Sean Williams

Iron Codpieces

posted on 29 May 2006 at 12:37 pm
“Alas for our beloved genre,” says Alexis Gilliland in the Spring 2006 issue of the SFWA Bulletin. “Time travel always was fantasy. Interstellar space travel (with Einstein refuting FTL travel, and now cosmic rays denying even the p

Worthy Cause of the Week

posted on 11 May 2006 at 10:15 am
Elemental, the Tsunami Relief Anthology, is released any day now. Here is the Barnes & Noble review, which highlights the excerpt from Geodesica: Descent that Shane and I contributed. I am excited to be in an anthology with Sir Arthur C Clarke,

Hi ho, hi ho…

posted on 12 Apr 2006 at 5:07 pm
…it’s off to Conjure and Supanova I go. I’ll just post one piece of news and one review before shutting up shop for a couple of weeks (probably). The review first, from The Age last weekend: “If you’re going to write dec

Geodesica new

posted on 1 Mar 2006 at 10:17 am
Geodesica: Descent is out in the USA, in two forms: there’s the mass market paperback from Ace and the hardcover omnibus (with Geodesica: Ascent) from SF Book Club. Feedback from readers has been terrific. I’m really pleased that it seems

a good start

posted on 13 Jan 2006 at 11:13 am
2006 gets off to a great start with the publication of my 20th novel, Geodesica: Descent, and the reviews are terrific. Harriet Klausner : “Sean Williams and Shane Dix…are great world builders, their prose lush, visual and so descriptive


posted on 15 Sep 2005 at 10:47 am
See here for the Ace cover, in all its infernokrushing glory… S


posted on 12 Aug 2005 at 8:14 am
I’m very pleased to have had a story accepted in an anthology called ELEMENTAL, subtitled “The Tsunami Relief Anthology”, proceeds from which will go to charity, edited by Steven Savile and Alethea Kontis for Tor (and elsewhere). My