The goat herders of cultural anarchy return with another sack full of interesting and sometimes strange tidings from the arts world, and kicking things off this week is the shocking news that Grr Martin has allegedly finished a book – something that he strenuously denies.
The cultural anarchists have gathered for another edition of the notorious books and arts podcast that keeps threatening to make sense while at the same time keeps sliding down the slippery slope of art-house podcasting (you know, five minutes of silence, someone repeating the word
Cultural anarchy reigns once more, and to kick things off this week we’ve got another Game-Of-Thrones-watch! So what has Grr Martin been up to this time? We find out before we return to the ongoing “Cocky” copyright saga, followed by a brief stop to find
We’re a man down this week, but the solemn duty of being a cultural anarchist cannot be stopped by a mere superhero movie, no matter how justified the antagonist is. Two Thanoses (is that the correct plural, or is it like octopus so it would
After a decent hiatus for showbiz purposes, our infamous books, arts and culture podcast returns with all of the panache of a drunken screening of a Carry On movie. Kicking off the news for 2018 is Grr Martin’s hint that the long-awaited The Winds of
Strange things are afoot with ghost-written novels, spirit cooking and Fairy Tales for the Disillusioned. Our featured books are Old Venus (Co-edited by George R. R. Martin & Gardner Dozois), and The Obsidian Throne (Book 5 of The Ballad Sir Benfro), by J. D. Oswald.
As season 6 approaches faster than winter, Game of Thrones aficionados are out in force to speculate and theorize on what might have been missed and what the future holds as the battle for the iron throne continues. There are many out there who can claim
Inspired by the Emmy Award–winning title sequence that opens each episode of the hit HBO series, Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros is guaranteed to thrill the show’s legions of fans. Featuring stunning pop-up recreations of several key locations from the series, including
One of the most iconic creatures in Game of Thrones is undoubtedly the direwolf. The symbol of House Stark, fiercely loyal to their masters, and absolutely adorable as puppies – everybody wanted their own direwolf after the first episode. Following on from the Longclaw Collectible
Game of Thrones is arguably the most popular TV series in the world at this moment in time, and like any successful franchise there’s a mountain of related merchandise on sale – everything from books to statues to replica swords. One of the most recognisable