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A Song of Ice and Fire

  1. The Mary Sue Editor in Chief Jill Pantozzi Talks to CNN’s Brooke Baldwin About Our Big Decision

    [TW for discussion of rape] The Mary Sue will no longer be promoting HBO's Game of Thrones, but our editorial team will be making decisions on the newsworthiness of certain items as they arise. Earlier today our Editor in Chief Jill Pantozzi was asked to speak with CNN's Brooke Baldwin about our decision and what we think the series could have done differently.

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  2. Game of Thrones Book Spoiler Open Thread: “Kill The Boy”

    Warning! If you haven’t read ASOIAF, back away! Head over to Jill’s book-spoiler-free episode recap and discuss the episode in the comments! But if you have read the books, this is absolutely the best place for you to discuss the episode in relation to GRRM’s original series.

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  3. Game of Thrones Book Spoiler Open Thread: “Sons of the Harpy”

    Warning! If you haven't read ASOIAF, back away! Head over to Jill's book-spoiler-free episode recap and discuss the episode in the comments! But if you have read the books, this is absolutely the best place for you to discuss the episode in relation to GRRM's original series.

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  4. The Japanese Covers for A Song of Ice and Fire are to (All Men Must) Die For

    Cover-based book judgement all the way.

    Japanese publisher Hayakawa's A Song of Ice and Fire covers have been around for awhile, but their extreme gorgeos-ity knows no statute of limitations.

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  5. Game of Thrones Producers on Why Sansa’s Storyline Is Deviating From the Books

    Ughhhhhhh nooooooooooo.

    If you're a fan of the A Song of Ice and Fire books and you're watching the latest season of Game of Thrones, you may have noticed that Sansa's storyline is deviating ever so slightly from the source material. Executive Producer David Benioff has some reasons for that—but if you haven't read the books, there are spoilers beyond this Sansa GIF, so beware.

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  6. Sand Snakes Are Coming! HBO Releases Official Synopses and Titles for Upcoming Season 5 Game of Thrones Episodes

    "Stannis remains stubborn."

    In a press release yesterday, HBO released the official titles and synopses for the next four episodes of Game of Thrones Season 5.

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  7. Game of Thrones Book Spoiler Open Thread: “High Sparrow”

    Here be Game of Thrones book spoilers! If you're not up on your ASOIAF reading, you'll probably want to stay away from this discussion thread and check out Jill's book-spoiler-free episode recap for last night's "High Sparrow" instead.

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  8. Game of Thrones Book Spoiler Open Thread: The House of Black and White

    If you're not an ASOIAF reader and prefer to remain unspoiled, this is not the post for you! Head on over to Jill's spoiler-free episode recap instead.

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  9. Game of Thrones Book Spoiler Open Thread: The Wars To Come

    Watched last night’s new episode of Game of Thrones but haven’t read the novels? Turn back, this is not the post for you. Read ahead for book spoilers, or turn back to the episode recap for spoiler-free comments.

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  10. George R.R. Martin Continues to Address ‘Puppy-gate’ Controversy, Says the Hugo Awards May Be Broken

    After publishing an initial blog post yesterday afternoon addressing the controversy surrounding this year's Hugo Awards ballot, A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin went on last night to engage with sci-fi and fantasy fans on both sides of the debate and to share several pieces of writing about the fiasco that he's calling 'puppy-gate.'

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  11. [UPDATED] George R.R. Martin and Others Speak Out Over Hugo Awards Controversy

    This afternoon George R.R. Martin took to his Livejournal to address a growing controversy that, although seemingly niche even relative to the already niche world of geekdom, is indicative of a problem in Internet culture overall. And yes, 'gate' is unfortunately an applicable term here.

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  12. Not Content With What He’s Already Done to Us, George R.R. Martin is Considering Another Shocking Thrones Twist

    Don't worry, there's no specifics as to who or what this is about exactly, it was just that Maisie Williams' Red Wedding reaction face was too perfect to pass up.

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  13. Your Favorite Character Sansa is Featured in GRRM’s New Winds of Winter Chapter Preview

    GeorgeRRMartin.com has released yet another excerpt from the upcoming A Song of Ice and Fire release, The Winds of Winter. It's Sansa time!

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  14. George R.R. Martin Will Not Write for Game of Thrones Season 6, Winds of Winter is Coming

    Writing a book sure does drag-on.

    Taking to his Livejournal earlier this week, George R.R. Martin clarified why he won't be attending SDCC this year and revealed that he'll once again be unable to write for an upcoming season of Game of Thrones.

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  15. Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams Talks Why She Hasn’t Read the Books and Costume Changes!

    Because the show's just going to spoil them anyway?

    Maisie Williams doesn't owe anyone any explanations, book snobs, but she's willing to provide one anyway. You do you, Maisie. She is pretty excited to get some new clothes, though. (Warning: The video leads off with a new clip if you're trying to keep spoilers to a minimum.)

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  16. George R.R. Martin, the Man Who Already Knows the Ending of Game of Thrones, Doesn’t Get the Concept of “Spoilers”

    Easy for you to say, George, easy for you to say...

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  17. Margaret Atwood is a Huge Nerd, Wrote a Love Letter to Game of Thrones

    I always thought eating was a ridiculous activity anyway.

    Nolite te bastardes carborundorum/Valar morghulis! Margaret Atwood, Mother of Dragons, Breaker of Convention and Queen of Dystopia, is also apparently an amazing dork, and has written an essay for The Guardian dissecting the appeal of George R.R. Martin's work and its influences in history and pop culture.

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  18. We Will Burn You First: Game of Thrones Book Spoilers Are Coming to TV, Admits Producer

    Shhhhhhhhhh!

    Allow me to express my feelings about this in the immortal words of No Doubt: Don't speak, I know just what you're saying, so please stop explaining. Don't tell me cause it hurts. Don't speak, I know what you're thinking, I don't need your reasons. Don't tell me cause it hurts.

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  19. George R.R. Martin Will Forgo San Diego Comic-Con so He Can Finish Winds of Winter for You White Walkers

    Winds of Winter is coming.

    Why yes, I did meet A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin at San Diego Comic-Con dressed as Daenerys. Why do you ask?

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  20. All Hail this NSFW, Ridiculously Gory Princess Bride/Game of Thrones Mashup

    Based on books by George Rob Reiner Martin.

    All men must as you wish. Spoilers for Game of Thrones, obviously.

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