Renegade’s Magic UK cover
25 May, 2007 filed under: Robin Hobb, England/UK
HarperCollins has finally published the cover for Renegade’s Magic with art by John Howe. Image and other details also at PlentyWiki.
Update: There is now a bigger version available, you can see it by clicking the preview on the main page of the wiki.
News from France
25 May, 2007 filed under: Robin Hobb, Megan Lindholm, Internet, France
SerpentBlanc sent in some French news:
Paperback editions of L homme Noir (Tawny Man 12) and L eveil des aux dormantes (Liveship 6) are out and among top 40 sellers at amazon.fr
The Lindholm short story Cut has been translated to French in the Galaxies magazine.
There’s a new Hobb interview (only in French, try babelfish) at fantasy.fr.
The last part of the Liveship Traders, Les marches du trone, will be out the 8th of June and the award winning novel Retour au pays (Homecoming) on the 1st of June. The second Omnibus version of Liveship in French will be published by Pygmalion in December.
thePlenty.net news feed available at livejournal
22 May, 2007 filed under: Site updates, Internet
Some kind soul has set up a syndication feed at livejournal for this news page. So if you’re a lj user and would like to read these news through your friends page, you can add the feed here .
Online interview coming up
19 May, 2007 filed under: Robin Hobb, Internet
Shane Borgess wrote in to say that Megan has agreed to participate in an interview at StoriesManiac Radio on May 21st. I’ll try to get a more detailed schedule up soon, so stay tuned!
// Update The show will be broadcasted 3pm Pacific time and you can call in (646) 652—4719 to ask your questions! Also, the interview will be archived at Storiesmaniac Radio site so don’t worry if you can’t catch it live.
Shaman’s Crossing wins an award!
12 May, 2007 filed under: Robin Hobb, France
Finally this is official: Robin has again won the Imaginales award in the best translated novels category with Shaman’s Crossing. As usual, the translation was by Arnaud Mousnier-Lompre. Congratulations! Shaman’s Crossing was published in France in two parts called La Dechirure and Le Cavalier reveur.