Tuesday, April 14, 2015

The Game of Thrones (HBO TV Series: David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, 2011 - )




The Game of Thrones (HBO TV Series: David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, 2011 - )

Doyle, Sady. "Game of Thrones, Meet Tony Robbins." The Baffler (April 14, 2015)

Eichler-Levine, Jodi. "What Should Truly Disturb Us About Game of Thrones's Child Sacrifice." Religion Dispatches (June 11, 2015)

Goldman, Michael. "Harsh Realms." American Cinematographer (May 2012)

Greene, Robert. The 48 Laws of Power. Profile Books, 2002.

James, Clive. "Thrones of Blood: Binge-Watching the Most Addictive Show on Television." The New Yorker (April 18, 2016)

McKenna, Juliet, et al. "Fight Scenes and Women Warriors." Breaking the Glass Slipper 2.8 (April 13, 2017) ["As Kameron Hurley discusses in her Hugo Award-winning article, ‘We Have Always Fought‘, women have always fought. So why don’t we see more women warriors in science fiction and fantasy novels? History is full of women on battlefields and in brawls, even if the history books might gloss over it. Remember: much of the history we hold as the gold standard was written by men who were reinforcing the social structures they created. When it comes to fight scenes, there’s already enough to think about without worrying about gender representation (and no, that’s not an excuse…). A well-written fight scene is a rare gem. We talk to writer and martial artist Juliet McKenna about the common mistakes writers make when writing fight scenes, from grand military battles to a pub fight, we talk weapons, fight styles, point of view, and more. What makes a fight scene interesting? How much detail is too much? And it wouldn’t be an episode of Breaking the Glass Slipper without us championing some of our favourite examples of great women warriors in SFFH."]

Mesle, Sarah. "Season 5 'High Sparrow': Cersei Lannister’s Last F–ckable Day." LA Review of Books (April 26, 2015)

Repino, Robert. "Why is Westeros so F%cked Up?" Tor (April 26, 2016)

Williams, Joseph. "Fantasy Worldviews: From Middle Earth to Westeros." Fare Forward (September 4, 2013)



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