Tag Archives: Matt Davis

Red Sky Blues – Reminiscing

I’m reading Matthew Davis‘ Red Sky Blues for the sixth time. This story, a fast paced tale set in the desert town of Hanford, California – a haven for dreadfully wicked and impossible beings, reminds me of the strange fantastical weirdness of … Continue reading

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Role Playing Games Saved My Life

When I was in high school, my parents expressly forbade me from playing Dungeons and Dragons. This gateway drug into witchcraft, the occult, and ultimately, servitude to Satan, was to have no place in my life. These were the same … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: Matt Davis

Lovecraftian crafter of the terrifyingly beautiful and strange, author of the gripping soon-to-be released Red Sky Blues, and powerful employer of evocative symbolism and metaphor, Rock and Hill Studio‘s Matt Davis is known for potent cover art and gracefully wicked imagery. Matt’s work is a haunting collection of mirrors … Continue reading

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