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Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Publishers

Titan Books

Titan Books

Founded: 1982
Founded by: Nick Landau
Location: Titan House
144 Southwark Street
London, England SE1 0UP
UK
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History

Titan Books was founded in 1982 and for many years operated out of the Forbidden Planet store in Drury Lane, London (UK). In 2000, now a part of TEG the company moved to its current residence on Southwark Street in South London, not far from the Tate Modern. Titan Books originally came to prominence as the first British trade paperback/reprint publisher for long-running UK comics anthology series 2000 AD's –focusing primarily on the lead character Judge Dredd. However it soon added to its roster with a major distribution deal with DC Comics – starting with The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller in 1986. The DC Comics deal was in many ways the first deal of it’s kind, bringing Graphic Novels produced by the comics giant to UK books and entertainment stores, making popular characters like Batman, Superman and the Green Lantern available to a general audience. This was quite an innovation and helped pave the way for a burgeoning Graphic Novels market in the UK today.

In 1992 Titan Distribution was sold to Diamond Comics and the team who co-owned the company parted ways. Nick Landau and Vivian Cheung took over full ownership of Forbidden Planet and in 1993 launched the umbrella company Titan Entertainment Group. It was in the 1990’s that Titan Books seized on the opportunity to begin publishing movie and television tie-in books. Fans of major sci-fi and supernatural movies and TV shows were hungry to learn more about how they were made. With lavish art, concept drawings, info on special effects and interviews with the cast and creators, these books take you behind the scenes of some of the biggest shows and movies of their time. Some of the very earliest tie in books came from Alien, Terminator, Star Trek and Star Wars amongst many others.

In 1995 TEG launched Titan Magazines to help provide a swelling audience of thirsty fans more information on their favourite shows in a current and up-to-date way, launching magazines for Star Trek, Star Wars, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, X-Files and many others. With fans ever hungry for more, Titan produced many fiction tie-in titles that took stories of major movies and shows further, introducing major new canon story-lines for key and minor players in each franchise. Some of the earliest fiction Titan produced was for Star Trek Next Generation, and has since grown to include Alien and Aliens, Terminator, Planet of the Apes and many TV shows including X-files, Supernatural, 24 and Fringe.


Submission Details

The majority of our fiction titles are licensed from overseas publishers or acquired through agents.

At present, we are not looking for any general fiction submissions, (ie novels or short stories) and, in particular, we do not require ideas or manuscripts for children’s books. We are interested to hear from writers who would be interested in working on licensed fiction we have already contracted.

Please send initially a brief synopsis and covering letter only, not a full manuscript.


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Authors Published

• Mercedes Lackey  • Kim Newman  • Tim Lebbon  • Philip Farmer  • George Mann  • Melinda Snodgrass  • Sondra Marshak  • Myrna Culbreath  • Jason Hough  • James Lovegrove  • Mark Morris  • Adam McGechan  • William Dietz  • Sunand Joshi  • Dana Fredsti  • Christopher Husberg  • J. Dillard  • Victoria Schwab  • John Hemry  • Gareth Powell  • Robert Asprin  • Freda Warrington  • Marilyn Abbey  • Alan Foster  • Guy Adams  • Stephen Jones  • Jonathan Wood  • Tina Raffaele  • Jason Pargin  • Gabriel Denning  • Christian Humberg  • James Brogden  • Danie Ware  • Bennett Coles  • David Fitzgerald  • Nina Allan  • Lois Gresh  • David Goodman  • Greg Keyes  • Daniel Godfrey  • Thomas DeWeese  • John Adams  • Ann Crispin  • J. Keyes  • Ari Marmell  • Weston Ochse  • Cherie Priest  • Tim Akers  • Christopher Golden  • Michael Moorcock  • James Blaylock  • Joe Haldeman  • Vonda McIntyre  • Patricia Cadigan  • Gardner Dozois  • Christopher Priest  • Clay Griffith  • Susan Griffith  • Bryn Neuenschwander  • Michael Friedman  • Diane Carey-Brodeur  • Gordon Eklund  • Kathleen Goldin  • Andrew Lane  • Samit Basu  • Alexander Irvine  • Kieran Shea  • Alan Smale  • Charlie Anders  • A. Aguirre  • Nigel Foster  • Deborah Wolf   • Gary Kemble  • Robert Brockway  • Eugene Roddenberry  • Una McCormack  • Drew Karpyshyn  • R. Belcher  • Bryan Schmidt  • Leatrice McKinney  • Patrick Edwards  • J. Nicholas  • M. Hill  • Hannah Long  • S. Jae-Jones  • Bernd Perplies  • Mac Walters  • Bryan Camp  • Win Eckert  • Christopher Carey  • Ursula Vernon  • Victor Gischler  • Alex White  • Francesco Dimitri  • Abbie Bernstein  • Nick Andreychuk  • Agnes Gomillion  • Adrienne Young  • Tim Major  • Marian Womack  • Shaun Hamill  • A. Elwood  • Hannah Mathewson  • Rose Szabo  • Joshua Johnson  • Polly Ho-Yen  • Aliya Whiteley  • Edgar Cantero  • Christie Golden  • Paul Tremblay  • Stephen Goldin  • David Kowalski  • A. Wise  • Karina Cooper   • Oliver Langmead  • Hy Bender  • William Cox  • Marc Turner  • Helen Marshall  • Jack Haldeman  • James Swallow  • Judith Lawrence Blish  • Nancy Holder  • James Moore  • Max Gladstone  • Ronald Malfi  • John Peel  • Paul Kemp  • Peter David  • Rajan Khanna  • Laurell Hamilton  • Conrad Williams  • Daryl Gregory  • David Drake  • Nora Jemisin  • Charles Yu  • John Brunner  • Jerrold Friedman  • David Brin  • Neil Gaiman  • Gregory Bear  • George Martin  • Alastair Reynolds  • Gwyneth Jones  • Paul McAuley  • Eleanor Arnason  • Sean Williams  • Roger Levy