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GRRM blogs about "Warriors"

27 May, 2008 filed under: Robin Hobb, US

George R. R. Martin has posted about the upcoming anthology called Warriors that he’s editing. Here’s a quote about Robin’s contribution:

“Robin’s novelette is the latest to turn up, a terrific tale called “The Triumph,” about two Romans captured by the Carthaginians during the First Punic War. But Carthage is the least of their problems… “

Here’s the entry in his livejournal.


Cover art for the graphic adaptation

27 May, 2008 filed under: Robin Hobb, France

Les Rivages Maudits have posted the cover art for the first part of the upcoming French graphic adaptation of the Farseer trilogy. Artist’s name is Didier Graffet and as usual, the cover might still change before the publication which will be in September. Click on the thumbnail for a bigger version.


Videos from Imaginales

26 May, 2008 filed under: Robin Hobb, Megan Lindholm, France

ActuSF and PtiteTaou have posted a nice set of videos from the Imaginales that cover Robin talking about her books and writing. You can watch the first video here at dailymotion and then continue browsing the rest of the clips. Topics include some of the older Megan Lindholm works, how she works with John Howe, the Fool’s antics and doing research for the stories, among other things.


Imaginales schedule

13 May, 2008 filed under: Robin Hobb, France

Imaginales 2008, schedule from Robin Hobb

Monday, May 19th
3 pm: Press conference in Paris with Didier Daeninckx, Robin Hobb, Henri Lœvenbruck, Bernard Werber
Festival representatives: elected representatives + Bernard Visse & Stéphanie Nicot
In Paris, Fnac Saint-Lazare
5.30 pm: Signing session and panel. Moderator: Jacques Baudou

Wednesday, May 21th
5.30 pm: Panel in Nancy
With la Fnac / Forum de la Fnac
With Robin Hobb. Moderator: Stéphanie Nicot. Translator: Lionel Davoust

Thursday, May 22nd
11 am: Imaginales 2008 opening
With Michel Borderie, Johan Heliot, Robin Hobb, Sean Russel, Tad Williams
Moderator: Stéphanie Nicot.Translators: Lionel Davoust and (TBA)
Espace Cours

7 pm: To write « lofty » literature… Do SF&F writers lack ambition?
With Ange, Francis Berthelot, Élise Fischer, Robin Hobb
Moderator: Christophe De Jerphanion. Translator: Lionel Davoust
Magic Mirror

Friday, May 23rd
5 pm: From Broceliande to Avalon… The fascination of Celtic fantasy
With Lucie Chenu, Nathalie Dau, Lionel Davoust, Robin Hobb, Élisabeth Vonarburg
Moderator: Stéphanie Nicot. Translator: Sylvie Miller
Magic Mirror

Saturday, May 24th
12.30 pm: Lunch with Robin Hobb
Festival representatives: Lionel Davoust & Stéphane Manfrédo

5 pm: A talk with Robin Hobb
Moderator: Stéphanie Nicot. Translator: Lionel Davoust. Readings: Claude Ecken
Magic Mirror

Sunday, May 25th

4 pm : Sword wielders and spell casters: the archetypes of fantasy
With Ange, David Camus, Robin Hobb, Claire Panier-Alix
Moderator: Stéphane Manfrédo
Translator: Lionel Davoust
Magic Mirror


New cover for Renegade’s Magic?

10 May, 2008 filed under: Robin Hobb, England/UK

Thanks to Lucide for reminding me about this: Voyager is going to publish a paperback edition of Renegade’s Magic the first of July (details). The cover they have posted features the image of Orandula we’ve seen on Jackie Morris’ site. But did they just change the illustrator in the middle of the paperback series, or will there be one with John Howe’s cover as well? (We’ve already seen the hardback and the “large format” mass market paperback with his art for RM.) what do you think? Drop by at the forums and let us know!


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