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There’s a fresh review and interview of the George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois edited anthology, Warriors (US, UK), at the Suvudu publisher site. The anthology, due March 16th, contains the third in Martin’s “Dunk and Egg” novellas set about 90 years before the events of the series. Shawn Speakman rates the novella as the best of the three, citing the story arcs for the characters and the tensions as they face their most dangerous challenge yet.
In the follow-up interview, Marti and Dozois discuss the origins of the anthology series, their efforts to include the late, great mystery writer Tony Hillerman, and GRRM’s hope to write the next Dunk & Egg novella once A Dance with Dragons is completed.
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