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Django Wexler

REVIEW: Ashes of the Sun by Django Wexler

I received an uncorrected advance copy of Ashes of the Sun in exchange for an honest review. I’d like to thank Django Wexler and Orbit Books for the opportunity. The first entry in the...

GdM #7

GdM #7 featuring Victor Milan, Gav Thorpe and Django Wexler!

We’re really excited to bring you Grimdark Magazine #7. This quarter we have some stellar fiction for you, an article calling the First Law Trilogy the anti-Lord of the Rings, interviews, reviews and an...

Grimdark Magazine #7

Grimdark Magazine presents the darker, grittier side of fantasy and science fiction. Each quarterly issue features established and new authors to take you through their hard-bitten worlds alongside articles, reviews and interviews. Our stories...

REVIEW: Unbound II by Shawn Speakman

Unbound II is Shawn Speakman’s collection of seventeen all-original short stories from eighteen of the most exciting authors in contemporary fantasy and speculative fiction. Speakman plays several roles here, serving as the editor and...

An interview with Foz Meadows

Foz Meadows is Hugo award, Nora K. Hemming Award, and a Ditmar award for their essays, reviews, short fiction, and stories. They have appeared in everything from Uncanny Magazine to The Huffington Post. Foz...

REVIEW: The God King’s Legacy by Richard Nell

Not so much a novel as a collection of two novellas that are only distantly related, The God King’s Legacy serves as an excellent introduction into the as yet unreleased God-King’s Chronicles series. Rebellion...

Barbarians or Philosophers? What Psychology Has to Say about Grimdark Fans and Their Dark Obsession

We grimdark readers and writers are often written-off as the dark creatures hiding in the caves of fantasyland, eager to feast upon depictions of horrible gore, morally reprehensible characters, and pointless violence.  Why would...

Blackguards

Review: Blackguards

This book should be one of the introductory bibles to grimdark. There, I said it. It’s got a wide range of awesome authors writing for a very specific audience. And boy, do they do...

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