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In part II of our conversation with Anna Smith Spark, author of the Grimdark fantasy debut THE COURT OF BROKEN KNIVES, we conclude our chat by talking literary influences and what sort of fiction is too extreme for the Queen of Grimdark; we delve into Anna’s past as a goth and what her favorite pair of shoes look like (hint: they’re covered in spikes); we’ll talk about Anna’s struggle with dyslexia, dyspraxia, and Aspurger’s Syndrome, and what advice she has for creatives who struggle with disabilities; we’ll find out how she landed Mark Lawrence’s literary agent, get a preview of new projects Anna’s working on including the occult Grimdark serial anthology LANDFALL, a round of our new game Knife Party, and more!
Find Anna Smith Spark online at Courtof Broken Knives.org, or on Twitter @Queenof Grimdark!
According to Deadline, Scott and Giannina Facio will produce the adaptation.
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In part one of this queen-sized two part episode, Rob and Phil are joined by debut Grimdark fantasy author Dr. Anna is the author of the new novel THE COURT OF BROKEN KNIVES, book one of the Empires of Dust Trilogy.
It’s clear that 2017 has been a big year for Grimdark, and Anna stops by to talk about her ultra-violent and dark fantasy debut and the pressures of being a new author, and being the queen of Grimdark, we get her thoughts on the ever-evolving sub-genre and address some common, we also get a preview of her short story appearing in the new issue Grimdark Magazine, and more!
A descendant of Virginia Dare, the first child born in the lost colony of Roanoke, and unaware of her birthright as the heir to the throne of the Light Fae, it isn’t until Caroline begins a tumultuous relationship with Devilyn Reilly that the truth of her heritage is revealed.
Devilyn is the only Fae who is both of the Light and of the Dark, and struggles to maintain that precarious balance to avoid succumbing to the power of the Dark within him.
Many authors are perfectly capable of writing cross-subgenre and producing readable works.I’m a sucker for fairy tales that have a bit of a horror twist to them, so this will be something I’ll be picking up as soon as it’s available!Dark fantasy rant, crossed with horror fantasy rant.Find Anna online at Courtof Broken Knives.org, or on Twitter @Queenof Grimdark!Rob and Phil are joined once again by Canadian author and Celtic Whistle extraordinaire Sebastien De Castell!
Jacqueline Carey’s Kushiel’s Legacy Trilogy has some dark fantasy elements, but also many erotic and high fantasy ones.