I've worked with a variety of small publishers such as Nightscape Press, Ragnarok Press, Permuted Press, Dark House and PMMP.
I've illustrated games by companies such as Evil Hate Games, Pelgrane Press and Cubicle 7.
I've designed covers for authors such as Joe McKinney, Damien Angelica Walters, Rena Mason, Stephen Graham Jones, Mercedes Yardley, Ed Kurtz, and Harry Connolly.
A routine sentry mission discovers a human colony where only bones remain, and the hostiles are nowhere to be found.Days later a fusion bomb devastates the defending forces on the desert planet Squire. Hordes of the insectoid Kadan flood the planet with the technology of the ancient Emflife. They advance to crush the human lines but stop just short of victory. Colonel Cole Clarke and his batta... read more
What are the Bamboo?They are from China.They look just like us.They live by night.They drink human lifeblood but otherwise keep their distance.And every century, they grow white blooming flowers.A boy named Kyo is saved from the precipice of death by a Bamboo, a vampire born of the tall grasses. They start an enjoyable yet strange shared life together, Kyo and the gentle Bamboo. But for Bamboo... read more
It's the 1950s. There's always something good on the radio, cherry red Cadillacs cruise the streets and everything is always perfect. Marilyn is still alive and the War is over. America goes to bed, nuclear annihilation postponed another day.Welcome to the American Nightmare.Nuclear families dabbling in the occult. Little League games in the summer, old blood spilled in the dust. Unspeakable t... read more
Joshua City is one of seven city-states in a post-apocalyptic world where water is scarce and technology is at mid-twentieth-century Soviet levels. As the novel opens, the Baikal Sea has been poisoned, causing a major outbreak of a flesh-eating disease called nekrosis. Against this backdrop of political corruption, violence and oppression, a struggle for control of Joshua City ensues, and a re... read more
Take a journey through a twisted version of the American South with these stories by author D. Alexander Ward as he draws back the curtain on a world where isolation, faith and transformation all play a part in the struggle between light and dark—and the battles that rage within us all.• The ghost of a young boy’s father helps him discover the hero within as he strives to rescue his mother, ab... read more
We are never alone, not truly. We exist within systems; families, societies, governments, countries, continents; all within a singular planet in a singular solar system in a singular galaxy in a singular universe. And none of these are perfect. Many are broken, some beyond repair. Some could become broken over time. Others need to be destroyed to be improved. This book is about broken worlds, ... read more
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