The Ten Thousand Doors of JanuaryBook - 2019 | First edition.
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It's an exciting time of year; triumph mixed with disappointment as we live with the after-effects of Covid-19. New Zealand was to host the Hugo Awards this year at the 78th World Science Fiction Convention, CoNZ, along with the Sir Julius Vogel Awards for New Zealand Science Fiction and Fantasy. With restrictions on travel still in place, the conference has gone virtual; complete with an… (more)
Wednesday 29 July of this year will mark the commencement of the World Science Fiction Convention 2020, hosted this year in Wellington. Not only is this a significant event for the world of science fiction and fantasy, it is also a significant event for the literary world as Worldcon hosts one of the most important literary awards in science fiction and fantasy: The Hugo Awards. Although a… (more)
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This was a wonderfully enjoyable feminist historical fantasy that I couldn't put down. Ex-historian Alix E. Harrow weaves a beautiful tale set in the early 1900s featuring doorways to other worlds, that reads a bit like 'Inkheart' meets 'Neverwhere' with a dash of 'Locke and Key'. Young January S... Read More »
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“Sometimes I feel there are doors lurking in the creases of every sentence, with periods for knobs and verbs for hinges.”
“I hope you will find the cracks in the world and wedge them wider, so the light of other suns shines through; I hope you will keep the world unruly, messy, full of strange magics; I hope you will run through every open Door and tell stories when you return.”
“It is at the moments when the doors open, when things flow between the worlds, that stories happen.”
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