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REVIEW: The Book That Broke the World by Mark Lawrence

The Book That Broke the World? More like the book that broke my brain and shattered my soul. Mark Lawrence strikes the perfect balance between intellect and heart in this second volume of his...

Overdue

REVIEW: Overdue by Mark Lawrence

Inspiration cuts across space and time in “Overdue,” Mark Lawrence’s first short story from his Library Trilogy. The main action in “Overdue” takes place in independent bookshops, focusing on the store owners’ love of...

The Library Trilogy, The Hag, and AI’s impact on publishing – an interview with Mark Lawrence

From Prince of Thorns being loved by grimdark fans, to giving Grimdark Magazine our very first ever cover story with Bad Seed, to those absolutely stunning special editions for The Book that Wouldn’t Burn, Mark Lawrence...

An Interview with Mark Lawrence (2023)

Mark Lawrence has been a key voice in grimdark fantasy since the release of Prince of Thorns in 2011. Lawrence engages heavily with the grimdark community as both an author and as founder of...

Groping the Elephant by Mark Lawrence

I’m terrible at giving writing advice. Partly it’s because my approach has essentially no structure and “Just do it.” might serve as a motivational sound bite but it’s not a great deal of help...

REVIEW: The Book That Wouldn’t Burn by Mark Lawrence

Reading Mark Lawrence’s latest novel, The Book that Wouldn’t Burn, feels like having your mind blown in slow motion. This first volume of his new Library Trilogy is a blend of science fiction and...

Top Ten Mark Lawrence Short Stories

Since the publication of Prince of Thorns in 2011, Mark Lawrence has become one of the most well-known and respected authors in the grimdark community. As of 2022, he has published fifteen novels over...

REVIEW: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

Red Sister is a classic of modern fantasy, a perfectly crafted and beautifully written opening to Mark Lawrence’s Book of the Ancestor trilogy, which centers on a cast of young novices training to become...

REVIEW: Prince of Fools by Mark Lawrence

Every magnet has two poles, north and south, which can never be separated. The power of the magnet—indeed, the very concept of a magnet itself—necessitates a pairing of these two opposite but complementary poles....

REVIEW: Emperor of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

The Broken Empire trilogy comes to a Shakespearean end in Emperor of Thorns, which finds Mark Lawrence soaring to new literary heights as Jorg Ancrath deepens his understanding of this post-apocalyptic world and seeks...