Column by Emmanuel Nataf
From the Middlesteins to the Lannisters — here are 12 novels about complicated, colorful, dysfunctional families that will make you laugh, cry, cringe, and reflect.
Column by George Cotronis
Superheroes normally live in comic books. Here's a look at original superhero fiction in prose form.
News by Peter Derk February 23, 2016
A tongue-in-cheek fantasy about a Gaiman/Martin collaboration turns into news somehow.
News by Riki Cleveland January 6, 2016
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, folks, but winter is most definitely not coming. Yet.
News by Raine Winters October 14, 2015
His encyclopedia of planets was world building at its finest!
News by Raine Winters
Not even death will stop him from finishing his next book!
Column by Rob Blair Young May 6, 2015
Dear George. I love you. I hate you. Oh, I don't know how I feel anymore ... but I do know you're a tease. Won't you please listen to me?
News by Raine Winters
The famous author made the announcement in a blog post.
News by Raine Winters February 16, 2015
Season five of HBO's GoT may bring surprises that loyal readers aren't expecting.
News by Peter Derk January 7, 2015
We've got 3 different outlets for author advice in 2015. Penguin Random House, Haruki Murakami, and George R. R. Martin.
Column by Rajan Khanna July 25, 2014
Season Four of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' began a distinct move father away from the source material. What does this mean for the books and, most importantly, the ending that they are speeding toward?
News by Peter Derk July 24, 2014
George R.R. Martin responds to a young boy's fan letter.
News by Bree Ogden July 10, 2014
In his latest attempt to reclaim his personal life, George RR Martin tells impatient Game of Thrones fans to ‘Fuck off.’
Column by Daniel Hope June 27, 2014
An open letter to the guy who flew by me on the freeway with 'A Game of Thrones' laying across his steering wheel. That was a dumb thing to do, but I get it.
News by Sean May
A new interactive map of the world of Westeros from the TV show 'Game of Thrones' and the book series A Song of Ice and Fire shows every character's path, eventual death.
Column by Richard Thomas March 6, 2014
We can learn some valuable lessons about plotting, characters, and expectations from watching (or reading) 'Game of Thrones.'
News by Dean Fetzer August 30, 2013
In a hilarious turn of events, errors in an eBook version of a book by the ‘Game of Thrones’ author have caused his name to be substituted in hilarious ways.
Column by Kelly Thompson July 5, 2013
As a fan of HBO's Game of Thrones, I am endlessly peppered by requests (read: demands) by fans of George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice & Fire series to read the books. My Answer? No. At least not yet.
Column by Rob Hart June 10, 2013
And that's a wrap on season 3. Pretty uneventful after last week's bloodbath...
Column by Rob Hart June 3, 2013
News by Dean Fetzer May 29, 2013
At ConQuest 44, the author behind ‘Game of Thrones’ talked about a new book called ‘The World of Ice and Fire,’ which was initially supposed to be just 50k words.
Column by Rob Hart May 20, 2013
A surprisingly slow episode, considering we've got two left to go. But that's Okay, because we were treated to the most awkward wedding EVER.
Column by Rob Hart May 13, 2013
This was a very sexy episode of 'Game of Thrones', until the castration, at which point sex was ruined forever.
Column by Rob Hart May 6, 2013
Lots of odd and interesting pairings in this episode! Also, lots of horrible, soul-sucking depression—though it does end on a nice note.
News by Christopher Shultz May 3, 2013
Love Game of Thrones/A Song of Fire and Ice? Waiting at the edge of your seat for the next installment? Well I have good news and bad news for you...