Memory, Sorrow and Thorn re-released with new artwork New Editions will be available in Trade Paperback, E-Book and Audiobook


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Memory, Sorrow and Thorn is re-released in the US in new trade paperback, eBook and audiobook editions. Continue reading

Re-Reading Memory, Sorrow and Thorn New Appreciations and Re-reading Projects

Memory Sorrow and Thorn by Tad Williams

Ever since Tad Williams´ original announcement that he would return to the world of Osten Ard with new trilogy The Last King of Osten Ard, the internet has been abuzz with excitement. Now that the first volume, The Witchwood Crown, … Continue reading

News from the Trenches of Tad News about new books from Tad Williams (1 January 2016 Newsletter)


Hello Friends… 

I am deep, deep, DEEP in Osten Ard history at the moment. Having finished the first drafts of both THE WITCHWOOD CROWN and THE HEART OF WHAT WAS LOST — in the first case, most of a year … Continue reading

Forthcoming UPDATED 03 DECEMBER 2016

The Dragonbone Chair: The new Dutch edition with the classic cover artwork by Michael Whelan

FORTHCOMING AND WORK IN PROGRESS TALES OF OSTEN ARD The Heart of What Was Lost (January 2017) (Daw Books, US) & (Hodder & Stoughton, UK) (set between To Green Angel Tower and The Witchwood Crown) TRANSLATIONS: As Het Hart van Steen Luitingh-Sijthoff, Netherlands (May/June … Continue reading

Interview with Tad Williams Questions about THE LAST KING OF OSTEN ARD


After the announcement that Tad had completed the first draft of his new Osten Ard novel, The Witchwood Crown, our partner website Osten Ard and several longtime readers from Tad´s very own message board banded together for an exclusive interview with Tad. … Continue reading

Excerpt: Tears and Smoke

To Green Angel Tower by Tad Williams

Tiamak found the empty treelessness of the High Thrithing oppressive. Kwanitupul was strange, too, but he had been visiting that place since childhood, and its tumbledown buildings and ubiquitous waterways at least reminded him a little of his marshy home. … Continue reading

Excerpt: Under Strange Skies

To Green Angel Tower by Tad Williams

Simon squinted up at the stars swimming in the black night. He was finding it increasingly difficult to stay awake. His weary eyes turned to the brightest constellation, a rough circle of lights hovering what seemed a handsbreadth above the … Continue reading

To Green Angel Tower: Foreword

To Green Angel Tower by Tad Williams

Guthwulf, Earl of Utanyeat, ran his fingers back and forth across the scarred wood of Prester John’s Great Table, disturbed by the unnatural stillness. Other than the noisy breathing of King Elias’ cupbearer and the clank of spoons against bowls, … Continue reading