King’s Landing

Born amidst salt and smoke… Just off the Long Island Expressway… And beneath a bleeding star…

The Princes That Were Promised

This is the weekly podcast that tears apart the realm of Westeros and sifts through the pieces to bring listeners a grounded analysis of the history and people that make up George R. R. Martin’s fictitious world.

#TPTWP have read, reread, and reread again the published volumes of A Song of Ice and FireThey have listened to the audio performances of these books during their commutes to work. They have watched the HBO television adaptation of the story alone, in viewing parties and with one another.

This is the Home for the essays and writings that accompany the podcast episodes. You will also find the podcast episodes themselves. You will find artwork, photography and other content as it relates to George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, A Knight of The Seven Kingdomes, The World of Ice and Fire, as well as accompanying fictitious history, and of course, HBO’s Game of Thrones.

You will find our posts here, more specifically, our writing and our podcast episodes. Otherwise, use the menu on the top right to navigate through the Realm.

Enjoy your stay.

Comments, critiques, questions, and suggestions are always welcome. Polite, unphased and slightly heated discourse is encouraged.

Send a Raven if you wish to contact The Princes That Were Promised.

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