Sean Williams

Emerald Cities & Talking Squids (alive, alive-oh)

posted on 28 Mar 2006 at 11:28 am
Cheryl Morgan favourably reviews The Crooked Letter here. “…there’s a lot of fun to be had. I was particularly struck by the vivid imagery of Williams’ worlds. I wanted to see the book done as a comic — preferably by someone who has

Exciting news!

posted on 24 Mar 2006 at 9:29 am
Sci-fi Wire ran an interview with me concerning The Crooked Letter, which has just been released by Pyr in the US. See here for the full text of the interview, and here to order the book from Amazon. Here’s part of the blurb from Publishers Wee

Norman Spinrad “On Books”

posted on 7 Mar 2006 at 10:17 am
The April/May 2006 issue of Asimov’s ran a lengthy column focussing on Pyr and several of its authors. The Resurrected Man was one of the titles discussed in detail, and in glowing terms: “one of those comparatively rare novels that both

The Hanging Mountains review

posted on 14 Jan 2006 at 2:01 pm
Chris McDonough in Australian Bookseller & Publisher has this to say: “The Hanging Mountains has something of the decaying uncertainty of the fantasy novels of Chian Mieville and James Lovegrove. Since it is the third book in a series of f

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 27 Oct 2005 at 4:03 pm
“…energetic and concise. The plot rollicks along, propelling the reader into the action. Plush with imaginative detail…” That’s what Phillippe Cahill reckons of Geodesica: Ascent in the latest issue of Cosmos, words for

Those anyonymous hacks from Adelaide…

posted on 5 Oct 2005 at 10:04 am
The Weekend Australian ran a great review of Geodesica: Ascent over the weekend: “Geodesica: Ascent is the sort of cutting-edge, grand-scale science fiction that dazzles and entertains even as it threatens to overwhelm us with its implications


posted on 6 Sep 2005 at 7:54 am
Cath Ortlieb had this to say in the Journal of the Australian Science Fiction Foundation: “I never thought I’d be grateful to be stuck for over two hours in a doctor’s waiting room, but I was as it enabled me to read uninterrupted.

TRM rolls on…

posted on 14 Aug 2005 at 12:49 pm
A great review from Greg L Johnson at the SF Site: “[T]here’s plenty in The Resurrected Man for readers of both mysteries and science fiction. Combining the two is an art form whose standards were established in classic works like Isaac A

TRM at Tiger Heron

posted on 6 Aug 2005 at 9:54 pm
Tony Reixas runs a list of recommended SFF books at Tiger Heron. THE RESURRECTED MAN is “an August editor’s science fiction pick”, which is just marvelous, I reckon. To take a look: http://www.sff.tigerheron.com/editors-sf-picks-0508.ph