Robert J. Sawyer

Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer

Triggers serialization begins in Analog

by Rob - November 12th, 2011.
Filed under: Triggers.

The January-February 2012 double issue of Analog Science Fiction and Fact is on sale now — in print and electronic formats. It contains part one of the four-part complete serialization of my 21st novel, Triggers. The serial will continue in the March, April, and May 2012 issues.

Analog (formerly Astounding Stories) is the oldest English-language science-fiction magazine still being published, and is also the top-selling English-language science-fiction magazine in the world.

This is my sixth novel serialization in Analog — by far the most by any author since editor Stanley Schmidt took over the magazine in 1978. My previous Analog serials were the Nebula Award-winning The Terminal Experiment, the Hugo and Nebula Award-nominated Starplex, the Hugo Award-winning Hominids, and the Hugo Award-nominated Rollback, and the Hugo Award-nominated Wake.

Triggers will be out in book form on April 3, 2012, from Ace Science Fiction in the US; Penguin Canada in Canada; Gollancz in the UK — as well as on Kindle, Kobo, Nook, and from

The Analog cover is above; the North American book cover is below.

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1 Response to Triggers serialization begins in Analog

  1. Will you doing a signing or bringing any of your books to sell?

    I’ll be attending my first science fiction convention because my 11 year old son is a big fan of John Scalzi. When I saw Robert Charles Wilson on the program, I picked up a copy of A Bridge of Years for my son to read. If I had noticed you on the program earlier, I would have picked him up something of yours, too, instead of hoping that you will have books with you.

    In any case, looking forward to seeing you there!

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