EXCLUSIVE: Cover reveal for THE TOWER OF LIVING AND DYING by Anna Smith-Spark
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EXCLUSIVE: Cover reveal for THE TOWER OF LIVING AND DYING by Anna Smith-Spark

Adrian Collins - February 16, 2018

Man, oh man, am I going off like a frog in a sock to be the one lucky enough to give you the first look at the…

Review: The Seventh Decimate by Stephen Donaldson
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Review: The Seventh Decimate by Stephen Donaldson

Adrian Collins - January 31, 2018

For a good while now, friends have been telling me Stephen Donaldson is an author I need to read. When The Seventh Decimate came up for review, I…

Review: Art of War edited by Petros Triantafyllou
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Review: Art of War edited by Petros Triantafyllou

Adrian Collins - January 26, 2018

In February 2018, Petros Triantafyllou of Booknest.eu is going to drop one of the coolest anthologies of the year, Art of War--and its message and content is going…

Excerpt: The Wolf of Dorian Gray by Brian S. Ference
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Excerpt: The Wolf of Dorian Gray by Brian S. Ference

Adrian Collins - January 16, 2018

With a pretty decent Kindle trilogy boxed set deal rolling for his The Wolf of Dorian Gray trilogy boxed set for $6.99USD, Brian S. Ference has given GdM…

Excerpt: Richard A. Knaak’s Black City Shadows novelette
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Excerpt: Richard A. Knaak’s Black City Shadows novelette

Adrian Collins - January 11, 2018

When our man in the trenches Tom Smith let me know Richard A. Knaak was keen as mustard to get a Black City story into Grimdark Magazine,…

Review: A War in Crimson Embers by Alex Marshall
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Review: A War in Crimson Embers by Alex Marshall

Adrian Collins - December 31, 2017

Alex Marshall's A War in Crimson Embers is the barnstorming end to one of my favourite trilogies of the last few years. Brilliantly structured, full of laughs and…

The Grimdark Magazine team pick their favourites for 2017
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The Grimdark Magazine team pick their favourites for 2017

Adrian Collins - December 20, 2017

It's been a fantastic year for grimdark fiction across books and television, with plenty of new gritty action and unseen betrayals coming before us from a long…

Review: The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo
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Review: The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo

Adrian Collins - September 26, 2017

The a Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo is a collection of short stories set in the Grishaverse, where two books I loved last year -- Six of…

An Interview with Leigh Bardugo
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An Interview with Leigh Bardugo

Adrian Collins - September 26, 2017

THE LANGUAGE OF THORNS is a beautiful collection of dark fairy tales by Leigh Bardugo, author of one of my favourite series, Six of Crows. It presents…

Review: The Court of Broken Knives
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Review: The Court of Broken Knives

Adrian Collins - September 22, 2017

Anna Smith-Spark's The Court of Broken Knives is by far one of the strongest debuts I've read in a long time. The world is rich and gorgeous…