For the night is dark, and full of creepy shadow babies.Read More
Melisandre serves the fire, but Cimorene knows a little something about dragons…Read More
A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R. R. Martin will publish October 6th in the US and UK!
And here is the cover and more about the prequels to A Game of Thrones!Read More
More correctly, Dothraki is back! And larger than ever. Living Language Dothraki is the perfect gift for that Game of Thrones fan in your life!Read More
Do you like medieval weapons and armor, frickin’ katanas, art, and HBO’s Game of Thrones? Want to learn more about all of the preceding and maybe see some rarely-seen artifacts from the show and history? Then you’ll want to attend “Dressed to Kill: Arms and Armor from Medieval Knights to Game of Thrones“, a panel [...]Read More
Get the in-depth scoop from the creator of Living Language Dothraki here.Read More
George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire is widely considered one of the finest works of epic fantasy of the modern era, if not the finest. The labyrinthine plots, scheming characters, and deeply realized setting have helped make the saga a crossover hit in a way that few fantasy stories do, and it [...]Read More
After my chat with historian Dan Jones about the Wars of the Roses, a medieval conflict cited by George R.R. Martin as an influence on his A Song of Ice and Fire, I started thinking about other things that might have inspired Martin’s epic fantasy. That’s when I remembered the draugr, an undead horror that [...]Read More
Forget whatever stodgy, hide-bound stereotype that might come to mind when you encounter the word “historian”: Medieval historian and author Dan Jones isn’t anything like that.
He’s the kind of guy that you wish you could have been one of your teachers: His passion for history is contagious. It’s not enough for Jones that you learn [...]