REVIEW: Wrath of Madness by Jesse Teller

Wrath of Madness, book 2 of The Madness Wars begins where the first book left off, the conquest driven nation of Drine pushing through on their campaign of conquering the neighboring...
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REVIEW: Wrath of Madness by Jesse Teller

14 Female Fantasy Author Recommendations

On the Fantasy-Faction - Fantasy Book Discussion Facebook page today a gentleman asked for recommendations on what people regarded as the best fantasy written by female authors. Since I started...
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14 Female Fantasy Author Recommendations

COVER REVEAL: The Trouble with Peace by Joe Abercrombie

Sweet. Grimdark. Gods. I am so bloody excited to show you the cover of The Trouble with Peace by Joe Abercrombie! After absolutely loving A Little Hatred, this is the book...
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COVER REVEAL: The Trouble with Peace by Joe Abercrombie

REVIEW: The Last Kingdom by Bernard Cornwell

In The Last Kingdom, we follow Uhtred. son of Uhtred who is the Ealdorman of Beddanburg by birthright. In the first-person perspective, Uhtred tells us his tale and throughout The...
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REVIEW: The Last Kingdom by Bernard Cornwell

MUSIC REVIEW: Dreaming City by Glass Hammer

It wasn’t long ago that I was listening to some of my classic rock bands and I found myself wishing that there was something out there today that had a...
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MUSIC REVIEW: Dreaming City by Glass Hammer

REVIEW: The Scottish Boy by Alex de Campi

I suppose that knights’ tales are mostly laughed off by the general reading public as something archaic nowadays. Largely seen as relics from a far-off time when your grandpa, when...
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REVIEW: The Scottish Boy by Alex de Campi

REVIEW: Orbiter by Warren Ellis

Warren Ellis is a writer that asks profound questions, and that is no different in his graphic novel Orbiter. In his acclaimed series, Transmetropolitan, he talked about the role of the media and investigative reporting....
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REVIEW: Orbiter by Warren Ellis

3 freelance editors worth every red cent

When you aren't assigned an editor by a publishing house, parsing through and selecting the right freelance editor for you can be incredibly difficult. Some are qualified, some are not;...
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3 freelance editors worth every red cent

An Interview with Robert Jackson Bennett

We managed to grab a quick word with Robert Jackson Bennett. He is the author of the Divine Cities trilogy, The Founders trilogy, of which two books are written, Foundryside and Shorefall, as well as numerous fantasy and...
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An Interview with Robert Jackson Bennett

REVIEW: Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett

Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett is a story that blurs the lines between science fiction and fantasy in his steampunkesque fantasy novel. When people think of fantasy as a genre, often,...
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REVIEW: Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett
REVIEW: Wrath of Madness by Jesse Teller REVIEW: Wrath of Madness by Jesse...
14 Female Fantasy Author Recommendations 14 Female Fantasy Author Recommendations
COVER REVEAL: The Trouble with Peace by Joe Abercrombie COVER REVEAL: The Trouble with Peace...
REVIEW: The Last Kingdom by Bernard Cornwell REVIEW: The Last Kingdom by Bernard...
MUSIC REVIEW: Dreaming City by Glass Hammer MUSIC REVIEW: Dreaming City by Glass...
REVIEW: The Scottish Boy by Alex de Campi REVIEW: The Scottish Boy by Alex...
REVIEW: Orbiter by Warren Ellis REVIEW: Orbiter by Warren Ellis
3 freelance editors worth every red cent 3 freelance editors worth every red...
An Interview with Robert Jackson Bennett An Interview with Robert Jackson Bennett
REVIEW: Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett REVIEW: Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett

Review: The Stars are Legion by Kameron Hurley

The Stars are Legion is the new space opera from critically acclaimed, two-time Hugo Award winner, author Kameron Hurley. It is the story of two enemy lovers, Zan and Jayd – the story’s two...

The Godless by Ben Peek

Review: The Godless by Ben Peek

The grimdark fantasy market is spoiled for multi-book epics. Abercrombie, Martin, and Bakker all have well-established series battling it out on the shelves. Fighting for a space between them would be a daunting prospect...

Re-watching the Watchmen

Re-watching the Watchmen: Making the Case for Zack Snyder’s Adaptation

Alan Moore’s Watchmen is inarguably one of the greatest achievements in comic-book history. It’s a tale of murder, grand conspiracies, paranoia, hope, and betrayal at the height of the Cold War in an alternate-timeline...

The Court of Broken Knives by Anna Smith Spark

Exclusive: Cover Reveal for The Court of Broken Knives

The Court of Broken Knives is hands down one of the most anticipated books and debuts of 2017 for the grimdark community. Anna Smith-Spark convinced Harper-Voyager to drop the cover on the GdM blog...

GdM

Grimdark Magazine Announcement

Some big changes are coming to Grimdark Magazine! Having been on the market for two and a half years now, we’ve learnt a thing or two, and as we’ve grown, so has grimdark and...

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

Review: Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

Warning: If you haven’t read Six of Crows, then don’t read this review. After enjoying Six of Crows so much, I leapt straight into book two. With what I do here at GdM meaning the...

Cthulhu Armageddon by C.T. Phipps

Review: Cthulhu Armageddon by C.T. Phipps

To begin the foreword to Cthulhu Armageddon, C.T. Phipps poses the question: What would you get if you crossed Mad Max with the Cthulhu Cycle? The book to follow well and truly delivers on...

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

I have a new addition to my list of favourite authors. Straight off the bat and clear over the fence for six, I’m going to set the tone of this review right there. Abercrombie,...

Omnicide Publishing

Announcement: Omnicide Publishing Joint Venture

Grimdark Magazine and Dirge Magazine are combining top-shelf dark fiction with the best in engaging new media to create Omnicide Publishing. The joint venture’s goal is to create something new in the fields of:...

Path of Flames by Phil Tucker

Interview: Phil Tucker

[MC] The Path of Flames harkens back to traditional fantasy. What books inspired it? [PT] In many ways I’ve gone back to my childhood favourites, namely David Gemmell’s Drenai books, Guy Gavriel Kay’s Fionavar...