Welcome to Tremontaine, the prequel to Ellen Kushner’s beloved Riverside series that began with Swordspoint! A Duchess whose beauty is matched only by her cunning; her husband’s dangerous affair with a handsome scholar; a foreigner in a playground of swordplay and secrets; and a mathematical genius whose discoveries herald revolution–when long-buried truths threaten long-held deceptions, betrayal know no bounds. Mind your manners and enjoy the chocolate in a dance of sparkling wit and political intrigue.
Written by: Ellen Kushner, Alaya Dawn Johnson, Malinda Lo, Joel Derfner, Racheline Maltese, Patty Bryant, and Paul Witcover.
Each author shared a bit about writing their episodes and we’ve collected those posts below!
Ep 01: Ellen Kushner
Ep 02: Alaya Dawn Johnson
Ep 03: Joel Derfner
Ep 04: Malinda Lo
Ep 05: Alaya Dawn Johnson
Ep 06: Patty Bryant and Racheline Maltese
Ep 07: Joel Derfner
Ep 08: Malindo Lo
Ep 09: Paul Witcover
Ep 10: Joel Derfner
Ep 11: Alaya Dawn Johnson
Ep 12: Malinda Lo
Ep 13: Ellen Kushner
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