That Shelf reviews Movies (And Other Things): A Collection of Questions Asked, Answered, Illustrated, the latest book from New York Times bestselling author, Shea Serrano.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’s trailer brings your worst nightmares to life.
The Fail Faster Playtesting Journal takes your playtesting skills to the next level.
On this week episodes of Page of the Wind we’re looking back at pages 244-250, in which Kvothe gets his first look at the University.
This week’s episodes cover pages 230-236, in which Kvothe says some final farewells, sets off on his journey to the University, and meets one of the most important, and most controversial characters in the book – Denna.
This week’s episodes from page 195-201 cover the tale of Lanre, Lyra and the fall of Myr Tariniel.
On this week's batch of Page of the Wind episodes, we talk about a beloved fantasy trope featured within these pages: fantasy cities.
What do The Kingkiller Chronicle and Altered Carbon have in common? Listen to this week's batch of Page of the Wind episodes and learn about the perils of adaptation in the latest blog!
This week on Page of the Wind, we’ll be touching on the same themes that Ben touches on in his fireside chat with Kvothe – power and responsibility.
This week's batch of Page of the Wind episodes contains our Kingkiller podcasts’ 100th episode! Here's to another 600 and change more!
This week we’re going to talk about Nick’s favourite part of the whole book: the rhyme about Lady Lackless that Kvothe recites on Pages 85-86 of The Name of the Wind.
In this week’s pages, we learn Kvothe’s titles, his epithets “Six-string, Shadicar,” and he tantalizes us with some of his famous deeds.
On this episode of Tuned In, Peter and Susan sift through the dark world of dystopian entertainment.
The Handmaid’s Tale is an exceptional piece of television. It’s also grim as fuck.
We're counting down three key reasons why the film version of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 has improved on Suzanne Collins' trilogy closing novel.