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NYCC 2014: How A Game of Thrones Changed Fantasy… Or Did It?


Authors discuss how the mega-bestselling A Song of Ice and Fire series has influence fantasy writing in the past twenty years.

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James L. Sutter’s Heretical Hero: The Atheist Warrior Salim Ghadafar


I must admit that I held certain preconceptions when Paizo Publishing Managing Editor James L. Sutter dropped a line to let me know about his new book The Redemption Engine. I knew that the plot involved wayward souls, a trip to Hell, and a protagonist – Salim Ghadafar – bound to the service of the [...]

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George Smiley in the City of Stairs: Robert Jackson Bennett on His Influences


From John le Carré to Terry Pratchett: Robert Jackson Bennett writes about his inspirations for City of Stairs.

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Books With Backbone: Share Photos of Your Favorite Books’ Spines!


During an interview with Fool’s Assassin author Robin Hobb, she shared something particularly profound with me: It doesn’t annoy her at all to sign older books, and as a matter of fact, she sees it as a huge compliment when someone brings a tattered, love-worn copy of one of her books to a signing. Hobb [...]

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SF & Fantasy

New Release Interview: VISIONS by Kelley Armstrong


armstrong-visionsKelley Armstrong is the bestselling author of the Otherworld series!

She has begun a new series that is just as captivating if thrilling. And here is an interview where she talks about her new book, Visions!

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Read an exclusive excerpt from Kelley Armstrong’s VISIONS!


What happened to Ciara Conway? We’ve got two chapters to whet your appetite for more of Kelley Armstrong’s Cainsville series!

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Get The Devastator’s Hilarious ‘Fantasy’ Issue And More In A Name-Your-Price Bundle


Screen Shot 2014-05-30 at 1.20.14 AMSometimes – even a lot of times – you can tell that something’s really taken off by how much it is being made fun of and by whom: When the writers at South Park or Real Time With Bill Maher decide you’re important enough to make the butt of a joke then you have truly arrived. Either that, or you’ve screwed up big time and had better leave town. Well, get ready to add another name to the list of notable pop culture headhunters: Los Angeles, California’s The Devastator.

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Star Wars

Looking Through the Palantir: April 1st


Darth Internous continues his weekly round-up of SFF news with Looking Through the Palantir. So cozy on up to your favorite seeing-stone and check out this week’s divinations.

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SF & Fantasy

New Release Interview: The Desolation of Smaug Visual Companion by Jude Fisher


the hobbit visual companionThe Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is coming to movie theaters in a few weeks.

But cool merchandise has already started coming out! I’m a book guy, so I had to have The Desolation of Smaug Visual Companion. And then I had to interview its creator, Jude Fisher! Make the jump to read more!

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SF & Fantasy

Del Rey to publish two new Egil & Nix novels by Paul Kemp


Bestselling author Paul S. Kemp’s sword and sorcery adventure series, featuring the unlikely duo Egil and Nix, will get two new installments from Del Rey.  A CONVERSATION IN BLOOD is currently slated for a 2015 release.  Del Rey editor Frank Parisi acquired the two new titles.  The first two novels in the series, The Hammer and [...]

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