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AMC Developing Terror Drama

Trying to strike while the iron his hot on the success of their Walking Dead franchise, AMC is developing Dan Simmons’ novel The Terror into a drama/horror series.  The series is being produced by Scott Free TV (Ridley Scott’s television …

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Review: Dragondoom by Dennis L. McKiernan

Dragondoom by Dennis L. McKiernan may just be the best fantasy novel you’ve never read. Over the years Dennis L. McKiernan has been accused of borrowing, if not stealing, the settings, themes and many elements of Tolkien‘s The Lord of …

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Retro Review: Gateway by Frederik Pohl

Gateway by Frederik Pohl

Gateway by Frederik Pohl is a simple story about a complex man that takes place in a setting that lends itself to a myriad of adventures both enriching and terrifying…usually the latter.  In the case of down and out Robinette Broadhead …

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The Fantasy Art of Alan Lee

Alan Lee // Shelob

Alan Lee is a British artist most famously known for bringing J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth to life.  More recently he completed all the artwork for The Children of Húrin, including full color plates, as well as black and white pencil drawings to …

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Subterranean Magazine Winter 2013

Subterranean Press has released the Winter 2013 magazine issue.  The magazine is free (online) and is a great source for science fiction, fantasy and horror short fiction.  This issue contains some very lengthy tales in the form of two novelettes …

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