C.J. Cherryh has been named a Damon Knight Grand Master by the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America. Previous Grand Masters include Gene Wolfe, Anne McCaffrey, Ursula K. Le Guin, Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, Robert Silverberg, Arthur C. Clarke, Andre Norton, Jack Vance and others. The Grand Master award will be presented to Cherryh in May at the 51st SFWA Nebula Conference in Chicago.
Thanks to our generous friends at Penguin Random House, we have two copies of Visitor, the 17th novel in C.J. Cherryh’s popular FOREIGNER series to give away. Visitor will be published on April 5, 2016. We’ll send a copy to two winners in the USA or Canada. Here’s more information about the book and author from Penguin Random House:
In C.J. Cherryh’s VISITOR (DAW Hardcover; $26.00; April 5, 2016), the second book in her FOREIGNER subtrilogy, it’s been a year of upheaval, since Bren Cameron’s return from space — a year since he and the aiji-dowager, one of his most powerful atevi allies, returned home from their two-year interstellar mission to find the government overthrown and their world in chaos. Now, at last, things on the atevi world seem to be on the right track, and Bren hopes that life may soon become much more tranquil.
But something is coming, quietly, stealthily — just the first ominous twinkle of a new star in the heavens….
C.J. Cherryh has written more than seventy books, including the highly popular Foreigner science fiction series. She won the Hugo Award for her novels Downbelow Station and Cyteen, and her short story “Cassandra.” She has also won the Campbell Award, Locus Award, and more. Visit her online at www.cherryh.com.
More Praise for C.J. Cherryh:
“C.J. Cherryh’s splendid Foreigner series remains at the top of my must-keep-up reading list after two decades.” ~Locus
“One of the best long-running SF series in existence…Cherryh remains one of the most talented writers in the field.” ~Publishers Weekly
“A seriously probing, thoughtful, intelligent piece of work, with more insight in half a dozen pages than most authors manage in half a hundred.” ~Kirkus Reviews