After more than a decade teaching history, religion, and philosophy, Brian decided to write epic fantasy. He now lives on a steep dirt road in the hills of southern Vermont, where he divides his time between fathering, writing, husbanding, splitting wood, skiing, and adventuring - not necessarily in that order. He is the author of The Chronicles of the Unhewn Throne series, and the standalone novel Skullsworn.
Enjoy the first installment of the Uncaring Universe Podcast, hosted by Danny Wadeson where he interviews incredible SFF authors, such as Brian Staveley, discussing his latest book Skullsworn.
Skullsworn by Brian Staveley is out now, the epic story of Pyrre Lakatur. Brian Stavely gives un an insight into writing in the first person and the difficulties it can bring.
Ever wanted to know how Brian Stavely, author of Skullsworn writes? His top tip - stay away from the Internet!
Brian Staveley, author of The Emperor's Blades, The Providence of Fire and The Last Mortal Bond, invites us to join him at the idyllic watering hole where he pens his masterpieces, to give us a glimpse into his writing process.
It's away. The new book, logging in at 188K, replete with monsters, curses, kettral, backstabbing, and a short, sca… https://t.co/LRBZYn7Iu2
by @BrianStaveley - 3 days ago
@GisAlmeidaArt Sometimes bad things happen to good characters...
@hannahnpbowman Don't worry...
@chaos_defrost Sort of felt that way yesterday.
@charliejane I like the first interpretation tho!
"A line from Hendren bubbles up in Gwenna's pain-drenched mind: Just because you’re dying doesn’t me...
by @bstaveley - one month ago
Like stories? Like fantasy? Like supporting Doctors without Borders? Pick up a copy of THE ART OF WA...
by @bstaveley - 2 months ago
Voting on the Stabby Awards is open! Have at it!
by @bstaveley - 3 months ago
A short little winter story I wrote a couple years back. Worth clicking through for the artwork, if ...
by @bstaveley - 4 months ago
“No!” he sobs over and over. “No. No. No.” As if words could somehow unmake the sad facts of the wor...
Monks, Cartographers, Death: a Blog Round-Up - 2 years ago
I haven’t published anything on here for a while, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy writing posts for other blogs. Here’s a round-up of the latest crop: We’ve All Got It Coming: On the role of death as the ultimate, inevitable spoiler. Cartography and its Discontents: Exploration of the role of the fantasy map, […]
Upcoming Appearances - 2 years ago
Updated tour dates, complete with west coast stops! Come one, come all. Putting together some secret special guest appearances at a few of these stops. Stay tuned! Tuesday March 15, Phoenix Books, Burlington, VT Friday March 18th, Northshire Books, Saratoga Springs, NY Thursday March 24th, Brookline Booksmith, Brookline, MA Friday March 25, WonderCon, Los Angeles, […]
GUEST POST: Strapped to the Couch, by Marc Turner - 2 years ago
Characters are the building blocks of any good book. The events of a story, no matter how dramatic, won’t touch us in a major way unless we care about the characters, and the feelings for those people will hang around long after the clever plot twists fade from memory. How do you make your characters […]
GUEST POST by Joe Pace: Paper or Plastic; Notebooks, Keyboards, and the Writer’s Brain - 2 years ago
The debate chirps on between the print-mongers and the hip cats with their Kooks and Nindles. I’ve always been a print man; I can’t bring myself to read anything more than a newspaper article on a screen. Even that, I suppose, is a concession, and selling books in digital format has forced me to accept […]
More Books, More Details, and a Reader Poll - 2 years ago
I GET TO WRITE MORE BOOKS! I GET TO WRITE MORE BOOKS! Actually, I suppose I would be writing more books no matter what. Let me rephrase that: I’M GETTING PAID TO WRITE MORE BOOKS! I’M GETTING PAID TO WRITE MORE BOOKS! The official deal announcement at Publishers’ Marketplace is as brief as it is sweet: I […]