The next issue (no. 305) of Dragon Magazine, to be published in February, will contain an excerpt from A Feast for Crows called "The Arms of the Kraken".
Furthermore, issue 307 will feature Westeros as a D&D setting.
GRRM’s official site has been updated with some more images from the CCG as well as an update on the status of A Feast for Crows. Although various on-line bookstores list both a publishing date and a page count, none of this information comes from GRRM. The book is still being written, and he doesn’t know when it will be done or how long it will be.
As soon as it is finished, he will announce this on his website, and we will naturally have the information here as well as soon as we learn of it. So, please don’t email GRRM and ask when the book will be out, it will only delay it.
A while ago (yes, we’ve been a little slow to get this one up) we were told about a computer game based on GRRM’s novelette "Sandkings" being in the works. Those interested (and using a Mac) can find more information here.
Fantasy Flight Games is at it yet again, offering another wonderful opportunity for Collectible Card Game fans who pre-order boxes of the new expansion, A Sea of Storms. Order now and you can have your pick from five prints signed by GRRM and the artist!
The cover image for the UK version of A Feast for Crows can now be found here (click on the image for a larger version).
Voyager has confirmed that the figure on the left is Jon and the figure on the right is Brienne.
The cover image for the US version has already been available for quite some time, but if you have missed it you can find it here (click on the image for a larger version).
Since ConJose has come and gone, you will find more juicy spoilers for A Feast for Crows in this forum on the board.
The first reports from Bubonicon are in, and if you want some juicy spoilers for A Feast for Crows, try this thread on the board.
A larger image of the cover can now be found at Amazon.com (just click on the small one).
This is a summary of previous news relating to GRRM and A Song of Ice and Fire which we felt should be preserved.