Features & Press Releases
Special features we've posted to the news section of the site and press releases related specifically to Dragonlance news are posted here.
(4/1/2008) We have heard several reports that the Dragonborn, one of the two new races in the 4th Edition Player's Handbook, will become a bona fide Dragonlance race. For the full article, click here.
(4/1/2008) According to news reports, Lord Soth is returning to Ravenloft! And he's not alone. Check out the full story.
(4/1/2008) According to a press release today, the Dragonlance setting will be going through a reset, with a major facelift. Check out the full story.
(3/3/2008) There have been some developments in the dispute between Wizards of the Coast and Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman over Dragons of an Hourglass Mage. Mike Lescault, the community liaison from WotC, has posted a response. Tracy Hickman, in turn, has responded to Lescault. You can read more about it here.
(3/2/2008) Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman have shared some concerns over Dragons of the Hourglass Mage on this thread. See post #4 by Tracy for details. For the remainder of this story, click here. We will report more info on this subject matter, including any response from Wizards of the Coast, once it becomes available.
(1/21/2008) It is my sad duty to announce that Matthew Haag, known to us all as "Paladin," will be leaving the Whitestone Council and the Dragonlance Nexus. Read the announcement here.
(5/19/2005) The Big Secret is finally revealed in a new Weis and Hickman Dragonlance trilogy which expands upon the story first told in the Chronicles trilogy. The latest issue of the Hickman Newsletter has announced what the Big Secret is - a new trilogy of Dragonlance books by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman set during the time of the Chronicles trilogy. Read more about it in this press release. Discuss the topic on this thread.
(3/26/2004) Margaret Weis will be doing a nation-wide book tour, sponsored by TOR Books and Wizards of the Coast during the first part of September 2004. The organizers are still putting the tour together, so there's no final schedule yet... But Margaret asked us to post an open letter that asks "if you are a book store owner or manager or if you know of a book store that would like to have me come for an autograph/talk session during this time, would you please have someone from the store get in touch with me?" If you're interested and you fit the description, please read her letter for further details. For the rest of us—we'll just have to wait until September to catch her on tour!
(3/10/2004) World-renowned fantasy artist Larry Elmore is pleased to announce the "Fantasy Art Workshop," a study of drawing and painting fantasy art. The workshop will be held October 4-8, 2004 in Brandenburg, Kentucky. The workshop costs $399 plus you will need to bring a few art supplies.