Commission Complete: Sam Richard and Nihilism Revised


I’ve been able to work with Sam a bit before (he’s a great dude), but last week he approached me with an idea for his new book through NihilismRevised that I could not ignore.  There was beauty in the simplicity of it, and being a fan of minimalism, I jumped at it. It was also my first chance to work with S.C. Burke, the head of NihilismRevised, and it wasn’t only smooth, but a joy to put the cover and jacket together. I don’t think the full image of the jacket has been released yet, but if you love horror and transgressive fiction, it’s definitely worth keeping an eye on these guys.

To find Sam Richard: Twitter @SammyTotep

And for NihilismRevised: Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/NihilismRevised/


Don Noble is an artist and writer for Rooster Republic Press. He is the author of Beer Run of the Dead and Scary Fucking Stories, an animator, and is still pretty new to twitter. You can him at-

 

Commission Complete: Sisters of Slaughter and Death’s Head Press


I’ve been working quite a bit with Death’s Head Press over the last year and I was definitely honored when they asked me to help make a cover for the Sisters of Slaughter, a writing team made up by Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason that I’ve been working on and off with over the years. If you’re looking for more horror in your diet, then I have provided links below to find both Death’s Head Press and SoS.

Death’s Head Press:
Twitter- @deathsheadpress
Click HERE for their website.

The Sisters of Slaughter:
Twitter: @fiendbooks


Don Noble is an artist and writer for Rooster Republic Press. He is the author of Beer Run of the Dead and Scary Fucking Stories, an animator, and is still pretty new to twitter. You can him at-

 

Printers Row, or Being Weird in Broad Daylight

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From left to right: John Bruni, D.F. Noble, MP Johnson, Michael Allen Rose, and Sauda Namir.

It was a last minute kind of gig for us. Michael Allen Rose (we met in a bathroom at BizarroCon and quickly became friends shortly after) invited us up to this show in Chicago. Last year, several of the presses in the Bizarro community had teamed up to showcase their books at Printers Row, and since Nick and I were now carrying the torch for Rooster Republic Press, we figured it’d be a good idea to represent. Right there on the street. In broad daylight.

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