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REVIEW: The Wings Upon Her Back by Samantha Mills

In The Wings Upon Her Back by Nebula, Sturgeon, and Locus Award-winning Samantha Mills, Winged Zemolai, a winged warrior in servitude to a warrior god makes a mistake. She is tired, her bones ache...

REVIEW: The Thick and the Lean by Chana Porter

Chana Porter’s The Thick and the Lean is one of those rare stories that continue living in your brain rent-free long after the last page. This is slow, delicious literary SFF, a story about...

OUT TODAY! Grimdark fantasy horror novella In the Shadow of their Dying by Anna Smith Spark and Michael R. Fletcher

The grimdark fantasy horror novella you’ve all been waiting for is out now! In the Shadow of their Dying by Anna Smith Spark and Michael R. Fletcher hits bookshelves today. We’ve had our largest...

Trials of Empire, The Art of War new hardcovers, new books & more in our interview with Richard Swan

Today I got to interview fantasy and science fiction author Richard Swan, author of Empire of the Wolf trilogy (The Justice of Kings, The Tyranny of Faith, and The Trials of Empire) and The...

REVIEW: River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey

In Sarah Gailey’s River of Teeth a crew of badarses try to clean out an artificial marshland packed to the shores with thousands of wild hippos for a big fat pay check. For the benefit...

The 2024 short fiction submission window is open!

The 2024 Grimdark Magazine open window for short fiction is here! You have just under two weeks to get your short fiction submitted to our team to review for placement in one of our...

REVIEW: The Last Bloodcarver by Vanessa Le

Vanessa Le’s The Last Bloodcarver is a Vietnamese-influenced YA fantasy. Set in a world in which rare blood magic allows wielders to heal, they are ostracised and hunted for their power. The fear of...

REVIEW: The Anatomy of Songs by Megan White

Megan White’s debut The Anatomy of Songs drew me in with a stunning cover and great copy, only to make me fall in love with the writing on the very first pages. Published by...

Header for review The Dead Take the A Train by Cassandra Khaw and Richard Kadrey

An Interview With Cassandra Khaw

Cassandra Khaw is an acclaimed game writer and author of over ten books. Their breakout horror novella, Nothing But Blackened Teeth, was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award, Shirley Jackson Award, and World...

Header for review The Dead Take the A Train by Cassandra Khaw and Richard Kadrey

An Interview With Richard Kadrey

Richard Kadrey is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty novels, including the acclaimed Sandman Slim series which debuted in 2009. Kadrey has also published over fifty short stories and several nonfiction books,...