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Exclusive cover reveal for Clay Harmon’s Into the Rift

With Into the Rift, book two in Clay Harmon’s The Rift Walker series, only months away releasing on July 2nd 2024, we are ramping up our excitement for its release. Our reviewer loved Flames of Mira,...

An Interview with Andrew Caldecott

Andrew Caldecott is one of the UK’s most unique writers. His genre-bending duology Momenticon and Simul is set in a dystopic future, highlighting many of our social issues in a stylised way. He weaves...

The Exile of Zanzibar

REVIEW: The Exile of Zanzibar by Daniel Maidman

The Exile of Zanzibar is Daniel Maidman’s debut fantasy novel set in a fictional version of Florence during the Bronze Age. King Ambrosius the Ninth of Florence wages war with the neighboring city of...

Grimdark Magazine’s statement on AI technologies

Clarkesworld has paused submissions while they figure out what to do about the deluge of AI submissions they are receiving. With that in mind, we are overdue releasing our position on AI work and...

The artist making every indie cover glow: Felix Ortiz

A few years back, I was scrolling through the Grimdark Fiction Readers and Writers Facebook group when I spotted a post by an artist who was starting out and looking to get his first...

5 brilliant Polish SFF book covers

I was sitting down in a Sydney pub with Jeremy Szal (author of the brilliant Stormblood and the upcoming Blindspace) when the topic of book covers came up. We’d been discussing my completion of the Red...

COVER REVEAL: Plight of Madness by Jesse Teller

First I’d like to thank Grimdark Magazine for hosting the Plight of Madness cover reveal. I’m excited to have such an important institution to the grimdark world so willing to showcase my work.  Working with Jenny Zemanek at...

ANNOUNCEMENT: Jason Deem moving on | GdM looking for new cover artist

It’s been an unbelievable four years working with Jason Deem, but unfortunately for GdM and our fans our wonderful cover artist has decided it’s time to move on. He’s produced a tall stack of...

Five NeoStock covers to blow you away

As a SFF cover designer, publishing house, or self-published author, if you haven’t heard of NeoStock, then you’ve been living under a rock. We all know the struggle of the search for (a) good,...

Janny Wurts Remarque Revealed!

Back when our Evil is a Matter of Perspective Kickstarter funding period was wrapping up, we ran a pretty epic competition, giving away a bunch of signed and personalised hardcovers and paperbacks alongside a stack...