This week we’re taking a sneak peek at A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R.R. Martin. Come take a look!Read More
Authors discuss how the mega-bestselling A Song of Ice and Fire series has influence fantasy writing in the past twenty years.Read More
Credit Reddit’s always-busy Game of Thrones subreddit for this offbeat but utterly charming little find: The characters of HBO’s Game of Thrones, as interpreted by an anonymous artist posting to the infamous 4chan forums. Every illustration is accompanied by a convincingly childish misinterpretation of the character’s name, what he or she does, and whether he [...]Read More
Late-night funnyman Jimmy Kimmel recently took a moment to sip wine and trade barbs A Game of Thrones style with Cersei Lannister herself, the beautiful and very talented Lena Headey.
“You’re so good on the show. Is it a challenge to play Cersei, or do you naturally suck the life out of every room you enter?”
News item, the first: Apparently HBO’s A Game of Thrones is popular in China. Who knew? News item, the second: The nation’s government censors are cutting out big parts of the show for the “health” of its citizens.Read More
ABC News grabbed a few minutes with George R.R. Martin via telecast, and asked him to weigh in on a few questions from their viewers, among them which of his characters he’d like to play in HBO’s A Game of Thrones. His answer surprised me. Give it a guess and then watch the video.
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For me, one of the most memorable parts of reading George R.R. Martin’s A Dance with Dragons was Tyrion’s trip down the Rhoyne river. It was so vivid that I could almost feel the boat rocking beneath my feet, smell the stench of its water, and see the overgrown ruins along its banks. At the [...]Read More