Announcing the grand-prize winners of the “Unholy Night” Short-story contest! Continue reading
Seth Grahame-Smith is the king of mash-ups . . . but Figs can get their mash on too! Click through to see the finalists in the “Unholy Night” mash-up contest. These finalists will be sent to a Grand Central editor for judging! Continue reading
Seth Grahame-Smith joined us for a FigLitChat to discuss the inspiration for his newest novel, “Unholy Night,” which gives the REAL story of the three wise men. Click through to see a recap of the chat, and read some of the highlights. Continue reading
At 7 p.m. ET TONIGHT, we’re chatting on Twitter with Seth Grahame-Smith (@SethGS), author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, and Unholy Night. Follow @FigmentFiction and use the hashtag #figlitchat! Continue reading
At 7:00 p.m. ET on Monday, Figment is going to be live tweeting with Seth Grahame-Smith, the prolific author of “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies”, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”, and “Unholy Night”. Want to join in? Check out the details here. Continue reading
Move over, “Glee”: Seth Grahame-Smith is a mash-up master with no equal. With classics like “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” and “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” to his name, you just KNOW his newest novel, “Unholy Night” is gonna be good.
Write your own literary mash-up for the chance to win signed copies of “Unholy Night”—read after the jump for full details on how to enter! Continue reading
The tagline for Seth Grahame-Smith’s new book “Unholy Night?” “The Bible said they were three wise men. It didn’t say they were nice.” Write your own tagline and you could be featured on Figment’s homepage! Continue reading
Watch the (gruesome, awesome, kick-ass) trailers for Seth Grahame-Smith’s “Unholy Night” and “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.” Continue reading
They call him the Antioch Ghost, the Enemy of Rome, the Thief of the Eastern Empire.
But you can just call him Balthazar.
Inspired by the hero of Seth Grahame-Smith’s “Unholy Night,” invent an infamous figure from the past and win! Continue reading