A Parthenon of Banned Books

Artist Uses 100,000 Banned Books To Build A Full-Size Parthenon At Historic Book Burning Site in Germany You may be surprised to find some of the titles in this beautiful structure,  including some of our favorite classics in Science Fiction and Fantasy.  Books that have inspired millions, had huge impacts on culture, sparked our imaginations and that …

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Author Spotlight: Becca Andre, Ferromancer

Interview and Review   It's release day! Many thanks to Becca Andre for the ARC of this novel in exchange for my review. I am a long time reader of her popular Final Formula Series, concluded in April 2017. Grimmedian is excited to present to you her newest novel, the first book in her Iron …

These ARE the Droids you’re looking for…

"Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View"...there has never been another Star Wars book like it. Each story in “Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View” is told from the perspective of a background character in the films. Stories range from the Stormtroopers that never could quite find the droids they were looking for, to the X-Wing pilots who helped Luke destroy the Death Star.

SPFBO3: The Cover Contest

The third annual SPFBO3 is well under way. 300 Self Published entrants, 10 amazing blog sites, and in the end there can be only one. With a 97% cut rate in the first round, the competition is a tough one. Each blog site selected for this gruesome, albeit rewarding task, was randomly assigned and received […]

Expanding the Labyrinth

Laying The Fears of A Reboot To Rest... ​Fans have had little more than year to try to adjust to the death of David Bowie on January 10, 2016, and it has been six months since news leaked that there was a new director in production for the beloved fantasy film Labyrinth. Released in 1986, …

Fantasy Flashback: The Crow (1994)

The Tragedy That Became A Triumph.... ​​  The Crow , a cult classic from 1994, is a celebrated film in many different ways. Many cultures have folklore which consider crows to be the keepers of the Sacred Law, for nothing escapes their keen sight. Others, say the crow is known as the ominous omen of death because it is …