Patrick Rothfuss

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Deck of Cards Based on Patrick Rothfuss Novel Raises $200,000+ - Posted June 5, 2013
A small gaming company has raised $200,000 dollars to make a deck of cards based on Patrick Rothfuss's novel, The Name of the Wind. We've embedded a video about the project, they have exceeded the original $10,000 goal many... [GalleyCat]

Brandon Sanderson & Patrick Rothfuss Write Dueling Inscriptions - Posted February 14, 2013
Fantasy novelist Patrick Rothfuss posted photographs of dueling author inscriptions on his Facebook today, sparring playfully with Wheel of Time series co-author Brand... [GalleyCat]

Fantasy Fiction Writers to Pose for Charity Calendar - Posted February 8, 2013
Photographer Lauren Zurchin (pictured, via) has lined up fourteen well-known fantasy fiction writers for a charity calendar. At the moment... [GalleyCat]

Authors Pose in Gender-Flipped Sexy Science Fiction Cover - Posted January 22, 2013
To raise money for the Aicardi Syndrome Foundation, a team of five novelists posed for a gender-flipped posed copy of a sexy science fiction cover. You can bid on an autographed copy of ... [GalleyCat]

Science Fiction Community Raises $40,000+ for One Writer's Cancer Battle - Posted January 14, 2013
Friends of science fiction author Jay Lake have united to raise money for his battle with cancer. They have already doubled the original fundraising goal of $20,000 for Lake (pictured). As various l... [GalleyCat]

Wil Wheaton and John Scalzi Star in Fan Fiction Contest - Posted June 2, 2010
To raise money for the Lupus Alliance of America, authors John Scalzi and Wil Wheaton have teamed up with Subterranean Press for a fan fiction contest. To enter, you have to write a 400 to 2,000-word story exploring ... [GalleyCat]