Martin jokingly wrote that fans could imprison him if he didn't finish his latest book in time for New Zealand's Worldcon 2020, which began today. Now fans are trying to hold him to his word.
Subterranean Press will release a luxurious version of GRRM's fictional Targaryen history.
The "A Song of Ice and Fire" writer said the northern family would feature in the prequel, but their adversaries the Lannisters would not.
"Elden Ring" director Hidetaka Miyazaki describes how the open-world gameplay will be different from "Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice."
George R.R. Martin describes the many characters coming to "The Winds of Winter" and "A Dream of Spring," the final two volumes of his "Song of Ice and Fire" saga.
George R.R. Martin may be working with the creators of 'Dark Souls,' 'Bloodborne' and 'Sekiro' on a new, open-world RPG.
While George R.R. Martin may prefer "The Long Night" as the title for the "Game of Thrones" prequel series, it's currently filming under a different name: "Bloodmoon."
George R.R. Martin described how faithful the end of "Game of Thrones" will be in adapting his "A Song of Ice and Fire" series.
George R.R. Martin has had fans ask him to sign babies and pets, but "A Song of Ice and Fire" author's weirdest encounter involved scissors.
HBO has announced the first "Game of Thrones" prequel series. Here's the history behind the Pact, the Long Night, Bran the Builder and the origin of the white walkers.
"Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin (GRRM) responded, at length, to commenters worried about his possible death and an incomplete "Song of Ice and Fire."
Publishers are pressuring George R.R. Martin to cut "The Winds of Winter" in half.
'Who Fears Death,' a 2010 novel by U.S.-Nigerian Nnedi Okorafor, is a post-apocalyptic account of a genocide in Africa.
The show's creator addressed plot rumors and shared new details on HBO's plans to keep "Thrones" alive.
The latest "Game of Thrones" installment has been six years in the making.
When will the next book in George R.R. Martin's series be delivered?
Is George R.R. Martin any closer to finishing his long-awaited sixth novel, "The Winds of Winter?"