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A Lion's Pride

REVIEW: A Lion’s Pride by P.L. Stuart

A Lion’s Pride is the fourth volume in P.L. Stuart’s Drowned Kingdom Saga, which is inspired by the mythology of Atlantis. The events of Book Four are destined to change everything for our protagonist,...

REVIEW: Tomorrow’s Children by Daniel Polansky

Daniel Polansky’s Tomorrow’s Children is as if Gangs of New York was taken from the screen and re-written into a post apocalyptic fantasy world Quentin Tarantino and Guy Ritchie but ghost written by Joe...

Grimdark Magazine Issue #37 is here!

Let us all say goodbye to the insanity of 2023 and welcome the promise of 2024. This issue is a banger and the appropriate way to enter the new year. First off, we have...

REVIEW: Watcher of the Dead by J.V. Jones

In Watcher of the Dead, we join clansman Raif Sevrance as he contemplates what to do next now that he possesses the legendary sword Loss. With Raif’s talents at being able to heart kill...

The Way of Edan

Rising Stars of Dark and Grimdark SFF 2024

Here at Grimdark Magazine we love to discover new authors who whet our appetite for the darker side of science fiction and fantasy (SFF). Esmay Rosalyne, CT Phipps, and I have assembled Grimdark Magazine’s...

The Most Anticipated Dark Fantasy and Sci Fi Books of 2024

2023 brought in a good haul of dark fantasy and science fiction books with many of our favorite authors dominating the scene with their releases (check out our favourites from 2023). As 2024 creeps...

REVIEW: A Sword from Red Ice by J.V. Jones

A Sword from Red Ice is the third entry in J.V. Jones’ epic, dark, and snowy fantasy series, Sword of Shadows. I am completely invested in Jones’ grim world and fully engaged with the...

REVIEW: A Season of Monstrous Conceptions by Lina Rather

Bisexual Sarah is a widow and a midwife. But she’s also one of those born with monstrous deformities. Most often, these children get killed at birth due to fear of the unknown and the...

REVIEW: Old Moon Quarterly – Vol. 5

Old Moon Quarterly has returned with its third installment of the year. Like previous issues, OMQ serves up an intriguing mix of grimdark and weird sword & sorcery fiction. Vol. 5 cover artist Derek...

REVIEW: Until the Last by Mike Shackle

The stakes couldn’t be higher in Until the Last, the final installment of Mike Shackle’s The Last War trilogy, a grimdark military fantasy inspired by real-life stories of resistance in Nazi-occupied France during World...

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