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Speculation: On The Parentage of Certain Characters

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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

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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

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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

GoT Laughs: A Song of Ice and Fire in under 2 minutes, kind of

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In a new video from Slacktory, Nick Douglas attempts to sum up the entire A Song of Ice and Fire series in just 2 minutes, and as you can imagine, he fails miserably. The importance of plot lines become questionable, … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin teases more deaths, betrayals, and marriages in The Winds of Winter

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Fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series have been eagerly awaiting the next installment for nearly three years. Although there has been a lot of speculation about Game of Thrones catching up to it’s written … Continue reading

Alex Graves on the scene fans were expecting to see

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The season finale of Game of Thrones has everyone talking about what went down but most of all about what didn’t happen. Alex Graves, director of “The Children,” has addressed to Entertainment Weekly the speculation surrounding the possible inclusion and … Continue reading

A Flight of Sorrows released on Amazon

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Tower of the Hand’s book debut, A Flight of Sorrows, is out now over at Amazon. For the price of a venti caramel macchiatto at Starbucks, you get some fascinating analysis of Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice … Continue reading

Game of Thrones: Not just a man’s world anymore

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Broaching the subject of feminism, sexism, and gender roles can be rough. A common complaint is that the subject is just so tiring and annoying. But hey, so is misogyny.  So I’d like to discuss the topic a bit with … Continue reading

Game of Thrones: Best Fantasy Series Ever

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Game of Thrones is the best fantasy series ever. Or, if you prefer, A Song of Ice and Fire. (Though, for simple name recognition, I wonder if Game of Thrones won’t become the de facto title for the whole saga?) … Continue reading


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