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Get a Double-Dose of George R.R. Martin!


Get a Double-Dose of George R.R. Martin!

One of my very favorite contemporary fantasy authors is getting a lot of coverage online today. Both Amazon’s Omnivoracious blog and Barnes & Noble’s Nook blog are featuring great pieces about A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin.
Over at the Nook blog, author Diana Gabaldon (no slouch, herself!) has written five things [...]

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Must-Read: A Conversation Between George R.R. Martin and Bernard Cornwell


Must-Read: A Conversation Between George R.R. Martin and Bernard Cornwell

Sometimes we find ourselves among the giants, their immense talents casting shadows ever-long between which we small but steady lights dance and play and fade. Their dreams are our own, because they give them to us: flickering images of knights and dragons, statesmen and generals, all captured chiaroscuro and fragile in ink and paper.
George R.R. Martin [...]

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Jeff VanderMeer Interviews Haruki Murakami, Author, ‘1Q84′


Jeff VanderMeer Interviews Haruki Murakami, Author, ‘1Q84′

The holidays are almost here, and unless you’re a retail employee, work is slowing down to a crawl in most of America’s workplaces. If you’re one of the lucky folks who have suddenly found yourself with a few unsupervised hours of ¬†”internet research” and you’ve already played your fill of Angry Birds (no, the sequel [...]

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Walter Mosley (et al) recommends China Mieville’s The City & The City


It’s been an incredible year for China Miéville’s latest novel, The City & The City. As long time readers of Suvudu know, it was a book that we were really excited about prior to its publication. I can remember my first experience with it. It was several months prior to the publication date and I [...]

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