And here is an interview where he talks about The Last King of Osten Ard, the new trilogy that takes place 30 years after the events of To Green Angel Tower!Read More
If you are a fan of the Wheel of Time series, you will want to watch this video taken at last night’s event! Make the jump and let the wheel of ages turn!Read More
So no surprise I’m excited for his forthcoming novel, The Dirty Streets of Heaven!
Here is a short book trailer featuring Tad talking about the new book.Read More
After writing his epic historical novel Pride of Carthage, David Anthony Durham wrote an epic fantasy trilogy titled Acacia. War With the Mein, The Other Lands, and The Sacred Band comprise the trilogy and it has gotten rave reviews on fantasy blogging websites, Amazon, and B&N.
I decided to highlight these books a bit more with an interview! Make the jump to where David talks about the series and what he’s working on now!Read More
Warlord’s Legacy author Ari Marmell has written a great post today examining the creative “DNA” of epic fantasy and steampunk that fans of either – or of fantasy in general – should read. Marmell contends that both sub-genres originate from the same…well, Marmell says it better than me:
“My hypothesis, after giving it some thought, is [...]
Are we on the cusp of a new renaissance for epic fantasy? What will fill the void when these major works of fiction are completed? Will new writers enter into the fray to usurp what many consider the greatest works of fantasy since J. R. R. Tolkien? Who are these writers?Read More
The 2011 San Diego Comic Con may have come and gone but there is still a great deal to see!
When the convention released its schedule, epic fantasy fans automatically gravitated toward one panel: Putting the ‘Epic’ into Epic Fantasy. All on one panel: George R. R. Martin. Brandon Sanderson. Kevin J. Anderson. Christopher Paolini. Peter Orullian. Patrick Rothfuss. And K.J. Taylor.
Here is the first 1/2 of that panel. Enjoy!Read More