Tad Williams: Which book to start with? Including a handy series guide

Tad´s wonderful British editor Oliver Johnson at Hodder & Stoughton has just published a handy guide to Tad´s complete works including a suggested reader order and a series guide. Enjoy! Continue reading

Shadowmarch Art

Shadowmarch by Tad Williams

During its time as an online serial novel, Matt Rhodes, Maurizio Manzieri, and Tad himself illustrated scenes and characters from Shadowmarch to share with readers. This gallery presents those illustrations as well as more recent work from Todd Lockwood, who … Continue reading

Shadowmarch Maps

Shadowmarch by Tad Williams

Maps from the Shadowmarch series. Tad Williams, Illustrator. [nggallery id=40] Related Pages The Shadowmarch Series © 2004 by Tad Williams. All rights reserved. “Eddon Family Portrait” by Tad Williams. Header design by Lisa Tveit.

Shadowmarch Origins: The Online Serial

Southmarch Castle from Shadowmarch by Tad Williams

Shadowmarch had a long history before appearing in print. Originally, Tad Williams pitched Shadowmarch as a fantasy movie and later a fantasy TV series described as “Hill Street Blues meets Babylon 5 meets Lord of the Rings.” When these early … Continue reading

The Shadowmarch Series

Shadowmarch by Tad Williams

It begins,” he says. Now the stillness of the hall is broken. A rising murmur fills the mirrored room, a wash of voices that grows until it echoes in the dark, thorn-carved rafters. As the din of singing and shouting … Continue reading

Podcast: Tad Talks with Irreverent Muse

Tad Williams

Tad talks about the forthcoming animated film based on Tailchaser’s Song, the Warner Brothers option on a movie based on Otherland, the origins of Shadowmarch, George R.R. Martin and mainstream media, his forthcoming projects and much, much more. Continue reading


Shadowmarch by Tad Williams

Volume One in the Shadowmarch Series An army was passing, hundreds and perhaps thousands of shapes riding, walking — some even flying, or so it seemed: teeming shadows fluttered and soared above the great host, catching the moonglow on their … Continue reading