Robert J. Sawyer

Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer

Archive for the 'Frameshift' Category

New print editions!

Monday, August 10th, 2020

New PRINT editions! Four of my backlist novels are now available in gorgeous print-on-demand trade-paperback editions, with spectacular new typesetting and interior design by Avery Olive of Bibliofic Designs. The printing quality is phenomenal — every bit as good as traditional web offset — and, at 6×9-inch trim size, these are as big as full-size […]

Eight backlist titles now available from Kobo

Monday, October 24th, 2016

KOBO USERS! Eight of my older titles are now available worldwide in new Kobo editions, each with a Kobo-exclusive bonus short story: all three volumes of the Quintaglio Ascension trilogy (starting with Far-Seer), plus Aurora Award winner Golden Fleece, Seiun Award winner End of an Era, and Hugo Award finalists Starplex, Frameshift, and Factoring Humanity. […]

29,000 counts of accessory to murder

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

My 1997 Hugo Award-nominated and Seiun Award-winning novel Frameshift deals, in large part, with the hunt for Ivan the Terrible, a real-life Treblinka death-camp guard whose whereabouts have been unknown since the end of the war. John Demjanjuk, a Cleveland autoworker, has spent the last few decades under a cloud of suspicion: he bears a […]

Frameshift trade paperback 2nd printing

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Woot! Just received from Tor a copy of the 2nd trade-paperback edition of my novel Frameshift. Frameshift was originally published in hardcover in 1997. It was (a) my first-ever bookstore hardcover, and (b) my first title for Tor Books. It is also one of my personal favourites of my books. It had a good life […]

John Demjanjuk ordered deported

Thursday, December 29th, 2005

My 1997 novel Frameshift (a Hugo finalist, and winner of Japan’s Seiun Award), which has just been reissued by Tor in a handsome trade-paperback edition, deals in part with the story of John Demjanjuk, the Cleveland autoworker falsely accused of being Ivan the Terrible, the notorious guard at the Treblinka death camp. The real Ivan […]