REVIEW: The Dark Feather by Anna Stephens

The Dark Feather by Anna Stephens is the epic third and final book in her The Songs of the Drowned trilogy. Fans of Stephens are also likely to know her...
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REVIEW: The Dark Feather by Anna Stephens

An Interview with Moses Ose Utomi

Please give a warm Grimdark Magazine welcome to Moses Ose Utomi, who’s here today to chat to us about his novella The Truth of the Aleke - which is out...
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An Interview with Moses Ose Utomi

REVIEW: The Division: Compromised by Thomas Parrott

Compromised is the second of the Operation: Crossroads series for Tom Clancy's The Division franchise by Ubisoft. The premise for that series is that the Dollar Flu AKA The Green...
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REVIEW: The Division: Compromised by Thomas Parrott

REVIEW: Devils Kill Devils by Johnny Compton

Devils Kill Devils is Johnny Compton’s sophomore horror novel, a southern Gothic brimming with vampirism and religious occultism. I thoroughly enjoyed Compton’s debut novel, The Spite House, and waited in...
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REVIEW: Devils Kill Devils by Johnny Compton

REVIEW: Every Rising Sun by Jamila Ahmed

One Thousand and One Nights is the cornerstone of countless literary works, influencing writers from Leo Tolstoy to Salman Rushdie to Neil Gaiman. In Every Rising Sun, Jamila Ahmed’s novelisation...
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REVIEW: Every Rising Sun by Jamila Ahmed

REVIEW: The Naming Song by Jedediah Berry

The Naming Song by Jedediah Berry is a richly imagined literary fantasy that serves as a meditation on the power of names and naming. Naming has been an integral part...
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REVIEW: The Naming Song by Jedediah Berry

An Interview with Laura Purcell

Laura Purcell has made a name for herself in gothic fiction. I particularly enjoyed The Whispering Muse, a story set around a theatre where the plays come to life more...
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An Interview with Laura Purcell

REVIEW: Dagon

There's something to be said for B-movie horror, even if it's often designed to gross you out, titillate, and kill people (sadly most often women) in gruesome fashions. I'm not...
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REVIEW: Dagon

An Interview with Sebastien de Castell

Sebastien de Castell is no stranger to Grimdark Magazine. Back in issue #28 of the magazine (we're now on #38, so quite a while ago!) we published his short story...
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An Interview with Sebastien de Castell

REVIEW: A Memory of Song by Scott Palmer

Pitched as Braveheart meets A Song of Ice and Fire, Scott Palmer’s A Memory of Song is a sweepingly epic yet intimately character-driven Norse-flavoured fantasy that will make any dark...
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REVIEW: A Memory of Song by Scott Palmer
REVIEW: The Dark Feather by Anna Stephens REVIEW: The Dark Feather by Anna...
An Interview with Moses Ose Utomi An Interview with Moses Ose Utomi
REVIEW: The Division: Compromised by Thomas Parrott REVIEW: The Division: Compromised by Thomas...
REVIEW: Devils Kill Devils by Johnny Compton REVIEW: Devils Kill Devils by Johnny...
REVIEW: Every Rising Sun by Jamila Ahmed REVIEW: Every Rising Sun by Jamila...
REVIEW: The Naming Song by Jedediah Berry REVIEW: The Naming Song by Jedediah...
An Interview with Laura Purcell An Interview with Laura Purcell
REVIEW: Dagon REVIEW: Dagon
An Interview with Sebastien de Castell An Interview with Sebastien de Castell
REVIEW: A Memory of Song by Scott Palmer REVIEW: A Memory of Song by...

REVIEW: The Dark Feather by Anna Stephens

The Dark Feather by Anna Stephens is the epic third and final book in her The Songs of the Drowned trilogy. Fans of Stephens are also likely to know her writing from the Godblind trilogy. The earlier two novels in The Songs of the Drowned, The Stone Knife and The Jaguar Path, are essential pre-reading before you commence The Dark Feather. I suggest rereading them, as the events in The Dark Feather are not summarised before the novel begins. Stephens jumps into...

An Interview with Moses Ose Utomi

Please give a warm Grimdark Magazine welcome to Moses Ose Utomi, who’s here today to chat to us about his novella The Truth of the Aleke – which is out now from Tordotcom (reviewed...

REVIEW: The Division: Compromised by Thomas Parrott

Compromised is the second of the Operation: Crossroads series for Tom Clancy’s The Division franchise by Ubisoft. The premise for that series is that the Dollar Flu AKA The Green Poison has spread through...

REVIEW: Devils Kill Devils by Johnny Compton

Devils Kill Devils is Johnny Compton’s sophomore horror novel, a southern Gothic brimming with vampirism and religious occultism. I thoroughly enjoyed Compton’s debut novel, The Spite House, and waited in eager anticipation to see...

REVIEW: Every Rising Sun by Jamila Ahmed

One Thousand and One Nights is the cornerstone of countless literary works, influencing writers from Leo Tolstoy to Salman Rushdie to Neil Gaiman. In Every Rising Sun, Jamila Ahmed’s novelisation of the classic tales,...

REVIEW: The Naming Song by Jedediah Berry

The Naming Song by Jedediah Berry is a richly imagined literary fantasy that serves as a meditation on the power of names and naming. Naming has been an integral part of fantasy literature for...

An Interview with Laura Purcell

Laura Purcell has made a name for herself in gothic fiction. I particularly enjoyed The Whispering Muse, a story set around a theatre where the plays come to life more than merely on stage....

REVIEW: Dagon

There’s something to be said for B-movie horror, even if it’s often designed to gross you out, titillate, and kill people (sadly most often women) in gruesome fashions. I’m not sure that something is...

An Interview with Sebastien de Castell

Sebastien de Castell is no stranger to Grimdark Magazine. Back in issue #28 of the magazine (we’re now on #38, so quite a while ago!) we published his short story “The Sword of Seven...

REVIEW: A Memory of Song by Scott Palmer

Pitched as Braveheart meets A Song of Ice and Fire, Scott Palmer’s A Memory of Song is a sweepingly epic yet intimately character-driven Norse-flavoured fantasy that will make any dark fantasy lover’s heart sing...

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