Liu Cixin : Book Tour Details

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Liu Cixin China (1963 – )

Liu Cixin, born in June 1963, is a representative of the new generation of Chinese science fiction authors and recognized as a leading voice in Chinese science fiction. His works have received wide acclaim on account of their powerful atmosphere and brilliant imagination. Liu Cixin’s stories successfully combine the exceedingly ephemeral with hard reality, all the while focussing on revealing the essence and aesthetics of science. He has endeavoured to create a distinctly Chinese style of science fiction. Liu Cixin is a member of the China Science Writers’ Association and the Shanxi Writers’ Association. He was awarded the China Galaxy Science Fiction Award for eight consecutive years, from 1999 to 2006 and again in 2010. He received the Nebula (Xingyun) Award in both 2010 and 2011.

 

Cixin Liu, author of The Three-Body Problem series will be in the UK this week as part of his European tour. Commencing in Glasgow tomorrow, Thursday 13th October until Sunday 16th October Cixin will be taking part in events in both Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Book Signing
Waterstones, Glasgow Sauchiehall Street
1-2pm Thursday 13th October 2016

153-157 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3EW

Book Signing
Forbidden Planet

6-7pm Friday 14th October 2016
179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR

Book Signing
Waterstones Piccadilly
11-12am Saturday 15th October 2016

203 – 206 Piccadilly, London W1J 9HD

These events are open to the public,  You can also follow the tour by following @HoZ_Books on Twitter where Head of Zeus will be tweeting throughout his visit.

Series
Three-Body Trilogy
1. The Three-body Problem (2014)
2. The Dark Forest (2015)
3. Death’s End (2016)
Novels
The Weight of Memories (2016)
Ball Lightning (2017)
Collections
The Wandering Earth (2012)
Novellas
Devourer (2012)
The Micro-Age (2012)
Sun of China (2012)
Mountain (2012)
Of Ants and Dinosaurs (2012)
Taking Care of Gods (2012)
The Longest Fall (2012)
With Her Eyes (2012)
Curse 5.0 (2013)
The Wages of Humanity (2013)


Awards
Hugo Best Book nominee (2015) : The Three-body Problem
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2015) : The Three-body Problem
Nebula Awards Best Novel nominee (2015) : The Three-body Problem
Prometheus Award Best Book nominee (2015) : The Three-body Problem
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