George R.R. Martin Takes Role Of Chief World Builder For Immersive Entertainment Company Meow Wolf

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Most people think of George R.R. Martin as an author, and of course they’re right, but more so to me he’s a builder of worlds. Sure, the story of A Song of Ice and Fire is one ripping good yarn, but the setting, the location in which it takes place, and the aspects of that world are what allow the story thrive.

Martin has now taken the position of Chief World Builder with the company Meow Wolf, who provides their customers with immersive entertainement experiences who While this news may not be what bookreaders want to hear, as they’ve been waiting for The Winds of Winter for, what is it now, 24 years? Something like that anyway, this may seem like another obstacle in the way of novel fans and the next entry into the A Song of Ice and Fire series.

Below you can see what Meow Wolf CEO Vince Kadlubek had to say about the move.

“Meow Wolf wouldn’t be what it is today without George’s generous support. He took a chance on us and gave our artists the platform they needed to create the House of Eternal Return. It’s an honor to have him as part of our team and we can’t wait to see what he can help us accomplish as Chief World Builder.”

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Martin and Meow Wolf are no strangers to each other, as Martin was said to be key in securing the location, that at the time was a bowling alley, which became Meow Wolf’s popular attraction, House of Eternal Return. Below Martin speaks about how impressed he was with how the project turned out.

“From the very beginning, the Meow Wolf team captured my curiosity,” Martin said. “When Vince first approached me with the idea to buy and renovate a bowling alley, I wasn’t sure what to expect. However, they really sparked my interest and their vision pushed all my buttons — a sci-fi world spanning multiple universes — they delivered something we’ve never seen before. I look forward to continuing to grow the Meow Wolf storyworld for years to come.”

I’m sorta bummed out I am just now learning of Meow Wolf, as it sounds like I may be in their target audience as far as the immersive experiences. For decades now we’ve been entertained by films, and that likely won’t change, but with attractions such as the House of Eternal Return, and bigger ones like Potter’s Wizarding World, and now the Galaxy’s Edge mine parks located within the lands and worlds of Disney, perhaps feeling like you’re in a movie is what the future holds for us nerds.

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