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Thursday , 09 June 2016 , 10 : 20 AM
With the release of THE GREAT ORDEAL just around the corner, I'm sure there are plenty of you deadset ITCHING to get your hands on a copy early.  Looks enticing, right? Well, the fantastic folks over at Overlook have very kindly given GdM a paperback ARC to give away to one lucky fan! You'll find getting in the running easier than Kellhus would find manipulating you to do exactly what he wanted. Simply respond in the comments of this blog post with your favourite R. Scott Bakker character from any of his Second Apocalypse works (including Atrocity Tales). Tell us why they are your favourite and you could win. We'll pick a winner on the 14th of June and get the book posted to you! If you'd like to check out an excerpt of THE GREAT ORDEAL, click here.
Sunday , 28 December 2014 , 07 : 54 PM
That time of the quarter is almost here, when we kick up our feet and feast on some grimdark goodness. This quarter we've got a cracking line-up for you, a deal for those only coming to GdM at the second release and a cheeky little competition.   The Line Up There are 3 large (-er) fiction short stories in GdM #2. From Writers of the Future winner T.R. Napper we've got a hard bitten sci-fi piece where George, a cage fighter, finds himself under the heavy boot of Hope Corporation in The Line. Next up is another sci-fi piece -- a tip of the glass to MMORPGs -- where a young drone pilot works through his boyhood issues in a storm of rockets in Aaron Fox-Lerner's Drone Strikes for Fun and Profit. Finally, the one that has the Bakkerfans going berserk, the first of two installments in R. Scott Bakker's The Knife of Many Hands.  We've also got an excerpt of Richard K Morgan's recently released The Dark Defiles, featuring Egar Dragonbane and one insult too many. The cover is a commissioned piece from Julian De Lio, a depiction of R. Scott Bakker's Sacred Hewer. On the non-fiction side of things, we've got two interviews - Kameron Hurley showing us how far we and the genre have to go and Richard K Morgan wading into the grimdark discussion. GdM's Cheresse Burke reviews Rob J. Hayes' The Heresy Within and Jeremy Szal reviews Karen Miller's The Falcon Throne. GdM's team have come up with another insightful article to round out the issue - Grimdark Onscreen by Layla Cummins and Kyle Massa.  That's a whole lot of meat for $2.99! (How about a free issue #2 for the first comment below that correctly identifies the sportsman I was thinking of with that "meat" comment - badger me for hints if you need help)...