George R R Martin

Here are the latest posts about George R R Martin on writerswrite.com:

  • George R.R. Martin Says The Winds of Winter Will Not Be Released in 2018 (2018-04-26): Winter is not coming is the word from author George R.R. Martin. His next novel, The Winds of Winter, will not be coming out this year.

  • George R.R. Martin's Wild Cards Being Adapted for Television (2016-08-08): George R.R. Martin's long running superhero anthology series Wild Cards is being adapted for television.

  • George R.R. Martin Releases New Chapter From The Winds of Winter (2016-05-12): George R.R. Martin has released a new chapter from Winds of Winter, written from the point of view of Princess Arianne of Dorn.

  • George R.R. Martin's Werewolf Novella Skin Trade Heading to Cinemax (2015-10-12): Cinemax has ordered a pilot for George R.R. Martin's urban werewolf novella, Skin Trade. A werewolf and an ex-cop join forces to solve grisly murders.

  • George R.R. Martin Plans Bittersweet Ending for Game of Thrones (2015-08-13): George R.R. Martin hasn't written the ending for A Song of Fire and Ice, but he's aiming for a bittersweet tone as Tolkien used to end The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

  • George R.R. Martin's Editor Confirms The Winds of Winter Won't Be Published This Year (2015-01-30): It's official: The Winds of Winter by George R.R. Martin won't be released in 2015. Martin's editor has no idea when the book will be finished.

  • J.K. Rowling Tops List of Hollywood's Most Powerful Authors (2014-11-26): The Hollywood Reporter has named its 25 Most Powerful Authors. J.K. Rowling, Stephen King and George R.R. Martin top the list.

  • George R.R. Martin Gets Grilled by Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers (2014-11-01): Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers test George R.R. Martin's knowledge of his own dialogue from Game of Thrones.


  • Neil Gaiman and George R.R. Martin Take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (2014-08-25): Neil Gaiman stripped down to his shorts to take the ALS challenge by the beach, then challenged George R.R. Martin who took the challenge poolside.

  • Tor to Republish George R.R. Martin's The Ice Dragon (2014-08-05): George R.R. Martin's children's book, The Ice Dragon, will be released this fall by Tor with all new artwork by Luis Royo.

  • George R.R. Martin Makes a Cameo in the Latest Gay of Thrones Recap (2014-06-18): George R.R. Martin makes a hilarious cameo in the latest webisode of Gay of Thrones, the LGBT recap of HBO's Game of Thrones.

  • For $20,000 George R.R. Martin Will Give You a Grisly Death (2014-06-07): George R.R. Martin has offered to kill you off in a grisly death in an upcoming Fire and Ice novel for the sum of $20,000. The charity drive will save endangered wolves.

  • George R. R. Martin Tells Conan He Writes Using WordStar 4.0 (2014-05-16): George R. R. Martin tells Conan that he writes using WordStar 4.0, which is ancient word processing software.

  • George R.R. Martin Discusses His Inspiration for Game of Thrones (2014-04-19): George R. R. Martin discusses his childhood and how it led to the creation of King's Landing and King Joffrey. He also reveals he will make a cameo on HBO's Games of Thrones.

  • Saturday Night Live Takes Aim at George R.R. Martin (2014-04-07): SNL poked a bit of fun at Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin. Bobby Moynihan plays Martin who gives fans a sneak peek at the next book.

  • George R.R. Martin Smashes Paul & Storm's Guitar at Comic-Con (2013-07-19): George R.R. Martin explodes with (faux) rage, smashing a guitar of the duo who wrote a song imploring Martin to write the Game of Thrones books faster. It's hilarious.

  • George R.R. Martin Watches Fans' Reactions to Game of Thrones Red Wedding Scene (2013-06-06): Author George R.R. Martin got a big kick out of watching fans' reactions to the infamous Red Wedding Scene from HBO's Game of Thrones

  • Hilarious Music Video Implores George R.R. Martin to Write Faster (2012-06-25):

  • George R.R. Martin Talks The Ice Dragon (2011-06-06): George R.R. Martin talks about his children's story, The Ice Dragon. The book evolved 20 years after it was a short story.