Tag Archives: A Song of Ice and Fire

George R. R. Martin still planning seven-book series

By David (Razor) Harris on

Long-time readers of A Song of Ice and Fire have already seen the series extended a few times, so there’s a consistent question as to whether it’ll happen again. Will George R. R. Martin write seven books in the A … Continue reading

Just how different was George R.R. Martin’s original Game of Thrones outline?

By Rowan Kaiser on

“As you know, I don’t outline my novels. I find that if I know exactly where a book is going, I lose all interest in writing it.” So says George R.R. Martin at the start of his letter outlining A Game … Continue reading

WesterosCraft: The meticulous construction of Westeros in Minecraft

By David (Razor) Harris on

The world-wide popularity of George R R Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, and HBO’s Game of Thrones, has spawned a dedicated and ravenous fan-based community. From websites such as WiC, to fan-made YouTube videos, the ASOIAF/GoT community continues … Continue reading

Game of Thrones art: The work of Marc Simonetti

By David (Razor) Harris on

Having read George R R Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire and watched HBO’s Game of Throne I’ve had the feeling that sometimes iconic scenes from the books get diminished it the transition from the pages to the television screen. It’s … Continue reading

Another visit to Cushing Library reveals interesting original A Game of Thrones manuscript find

By David (Razor) Harris on

Reddit user _honeybird has once before gifted us all by chronicling her visit to the Cushing Library on the Texas A&M campus, in her journey through the George R.R. Martin manuscripts. Her much ballyhooed first visit yielded the debunking of … Continue reading

The R+L=J Theory may have been teased by Game of Thrones producers

By David (Razor) Harris on

If you are a fan of George R R Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, from which HBO’s Game of Thrones is based (I know…I know, there were actual books well established years before the show ever aired. SHOCKER!), … Continue reading

See how Game of Thrones dragons Balerion and Drogon match up to Smaug

By David (Razor) Harris on

The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies hit theaters this past week, and in that movie, the fate of the dragon Smaug, is played out. Back in September of this year, some very enterprising fans crafted a very cool Dragon … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin on direwolves, charity, and killing off characters

By Cameron White on

Wolves were the subject of discussion, in more ways than one, at a recent event George R.R. Martin hosted at Jean Cocteau Cinema in New Mexico. Martin was hosting an event to present the checks for his Prizeo charity recipients. … Continue reading

Speculation: On The Parentage of Certain Characters

By Ani Bundel on

Over on Buzzfeed, bless their hearts, someone has run across a certain old fan theory and run it up the flagpole. (Don’t click that unless you want spoilers!) In some ways, I’m grateful. I made the discovery this summer that … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin on his obligation to the fans, and involvement in Game of Thrones

By Lightbringer on

As a Santa Fe resident, George R.R. Martin is the latest feature on New Mexico In Focus. The author sat down for a lengthy interview inside his Jean Cocteau Cinema to talk about his work. Martin discusses many elements of … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin visits Le Grand Journal

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George R.R. Martin was a guest on Le Grand Journal during his trip to France earlier this month, and the full interview is now available to watch online. Martin appeared in his familiar cap and suspenders to talk about his … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin has a strong message for those who think he won’t finish A Song of Ice and Fire

By Lightbringer on

During his recent trip to Europe, George R.R. Martin sat down for an interview with Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger. When the question arose of how he feels about people wondering if he will finish A Song of Ice and Fire before … Continue reading



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