Column by Christopher Shultz
It's a trope so pervasive, you probably don't always register it when you see it...and that's a serious problem.
News by Peter Derk February 23, 2016
A tongue-in-cheek fantasy about a Gaiman/Martin collaboration turns into news somehow.
Column by Riki Cleveland February 18, 2016
Whether you’re looking for a little mild relaxation with abstract, flowing designs, or are in the mood for something a little bolder, there’s an adult coloring book that you can call your very own.
Column by Cath Murphy January 5, 2016
Forget about the books which are actually going to be published in 2016. Here are the ones I wish someone would write instead.
Column by Christopher Shultz May 8, 2015
WARNING: HUGE SPOILERS. Sometimes, there are villains in fiction that we hate with a burning passion, and seeing them die satiates our bloodlusty desires.
Column by Robbie Blair April 3, 2015
A look at why morally gray characters are so compelling, using the Lannisters of Westeros as my primary examples. Beware: Spoilers abound!
News by Peter Derk February 11, 2015
A 'Wheel of Time' Pilot aired in the middle of the night. What's up with that?
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.’
Review by Leah Dearborn
Regardless of whether it lives up to the hype, 'The Queen of the Tearling' deserves better than to be lauded only as a Frankenstein product of popular literature.
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 Leah Rhyne March 31, 2014
Incest is the...best? If you can't keep it in your pants, at least keep it in the family? A squirm-worthy look at one of society's greatest taboos.