Grimdark Magazine #7

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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 are grim, our worlds are dark and our morally grey protagonists and anti-heroes light the way with bloody stories of war, betrayal and action.

FICTION

  • The Penitent Damned by Django Wexler
  • The Nu-Thai Screwjob by Gav Thorpe
  • Red Sails, Red Seas by Victor Milan

NON-FICTON

  • Is the First Law trilogy the new Lord of the Rings? by C.T. Phipps
  • An interview with Shawn Speakman
  • An interview with Django Wexler
  • Review: Fallout 4 (Review by C.T. Phipps)
  • Review: Dragon Hunters by Marc Turner (review by Matthew Cropley)
  • Review: Road Brothers by Mark Lawrence (review by malrubius)
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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 are grim, our worlds are dark and our morally grey protagonists and anti-heroes light the way with bloody stories of war, betrayal and action.

FICTION

  • The Penitent Damned by Django Wexler
  • The Nu-Thai Screwjob by Gav Thorpe
  • Red Sails, Red Seas by Victor Milan

NON-FICTON

  • Is the First Law trilogy the new Lord of the Rings? by C.T. Phipps
  • An interview with Shawn Speakman
  • An interview with Django Wexler
  • Review: Fallout 4 (Review by C.T. Phipps)
  • Review: Dragon Hunters by Marc Turner (review by Matthew Cropley)
  • Review: Road Brothers by Mark Lawrence (review by malrubius)

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Adrian Collins

Adrian Collins runs Grimdark Magazine and loves anything to do with telling darker stories. Doesn't matter the format, or when it was published or produced--just give him a grim story told in a dark world by a morally grey protagonist and this bloke's in his happy place. Add in a barrel aged stout to sip on after a cheeky body surf under the Australian sun, and that's his heaven.