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George R.R. Martin

Official Site Update

GRRM’s official site has been updated once again, following the reactions to his previous update. This update includes a response from GRRM, since he is unable to personally respond to all those who have mailed. It also includes some more news about the progress of A Feast for Crows.

Oh, and a well-chosen new banner. ;)

Official Site Update

GRRM’s official site has been updated with news about the progress of A Feast for Crows and some upcoming appearances.

GRRM’s TorCon Speech

Asimov’s Science Fiction magazine has published the speech that GRRM gave at TorCon on their website.

News from the WorldCon

These last few days, GRRM has been attending this years WorldCon, and from people attending we have learned the following:

  • GRRM is still aiming for six books.
  • There are twelve chapters in A Feast for Crows which grew out of the original prologue. Seven deal with the Iron Islands and five with Dorne.
  • There’s a strong possibility that a 2-hour pilot based on GRRM’s old anthology series, Wild Cards, may be produced by Sci-Fi. If it happens, and if it does well, there’s a possibility that it’ll become a weekly series.
New GRRM Interview

Another new (and quite interesting) interview with GRRM is now available, this one at the Dragonsworn site.

New GRRM Interview

A new interview, with some interesting information, can be found here.

New GRRM Interview

A new interview with GRRM can be found here. To play it, download the zipped file. You will need a recent version of Windows Media Player or just the most recent codec.

Martin at Bubonicon

GRRM will be at Bubonicon 35 in Albuquerque, New Mexico from the 22nd to the 24th. It’s a great opportunity for residents of the Southwest to meet the man himself

The schedule includes GRRM giving a 50 minute reading on Friday and taking part in two panels that day and on Saturday. Charles Vess, illustrator for the limited edition of A Storm of Swords will also be there. Perhaps he’ll bring some of the art he’s produced for the novel? One can hope!