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At least one Game of Thrones character apparently gets to live on in George R.R. Martin's books.
GRRM's literary hero, J.R.R. Tolkien, was also a fan of bringing the pain.
As a successful TV series based on a series of equally successful fantasy novels, you'd think the actors would do some research and read the books on which the series is based, right?
A lot of conversation around Game of Thrones these days has to do with how women are treated on the show. Now the guy who started it all is chiming in.
A certain someone who's been absent from the series so far may finally make his eagerly anticipated appearance next year. Want to take a guess?
If the early episodes of its fifth season are any indication, Game of Thrones will be just fine without George R.R. Martin's sacred texts.
A look at our heroes/antiheroes/villains, and how close they are to impending doom.
George R.R. Martin has revealed a new show he's developing with HBO, and it's definitely not Game of Thrones-related.
Game of Thrones fans get an early look into the life of Alayne Stone, aka Sansa Stark.
Of the many new characters to be introduced on Game of Thrones, we're most looking forward to meeting Oberyn's daughters. What will the three deadly sisters be up to in season five?
Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin is a busy man, but he's going to cut back on a lot of conventions this year. Here's why.
It's not hard to find evidence of Terry Pratchett's tremendous influence on genre literature.
George R.R. Martin has long been an advocate for genre literature, and he proved it last month with a rare book donation to a Texas university.
Game of Thrones (the show) has finally caught up to A Song of Ice and Fire (the books), meaning that no one knows what'll happen after this season. Five actors weigh in.