Darren Blanch, Aussie creator of visions which tell
you a tale long after first glimpses have teased your peepers. With early
influence from America's Norman Rockwell to show life as life, Blanch has branched out mere art
form to impact multi-dimensions of color and connotation. People
as people, emotions speaking their greater glory. Visual illusions expanding the ways and
means of any story.
Digital arts mastery provides
what Darren wishes a reader or viewer to take away in how their own minds are moved. His
evocative stylistics are an ongoing process which sync intrinsically to the expression
of the nearby written or implied word he has been called upon to render.
View the vivid energy of IVSMA (Darren Blanch) works
YELLOW MAMA, Sympatico Studio -
www.facebook.com/SympaticoStudio, DeviantArt - www.deviantart.com/ivsma and launching in 2019,
as Art Director for suspense author / intrigue promoter Kate Pilarcik's line of books and
publishing promotion - SeaHaven Intrigue Publishing-Promotion.
Mike Kerins is a writer/artist based in the UK. His artwork has been exhibited in various
galleries and he has written articles, stories and illustrated for various
publishers including: Yellow Mama, Dark River Press, Black Petals, Tartarus
Press, The Horrorzine and the BBC. He is currently working on his first
novel. The magnificent depravity of his illustrative work can
be experienced at: www.darkartgallery.com <http://www.darkartgallery.com/>
W. Jack Savage is a retired broadcaster and educator. He is the author of eight books including Imagination:
The Art of W. Jack Savage (wjacksavage.com). To
date, more than fifty of Jack’s short stories and over
a thousand of his paintings and drawings have been published
worldwide. Jack and his wife Kathy live in Monrovia, California.
an illustrator for horror/sci-fi and pulp fiction websites and
magazines. She is also founder and senior editor for the
independent poetry publisher, Subsynchronous Press. An SFPA
Rhysling Award nominated poet, her poems have appeared in journals
such as Eternal Haunted Summer, Jellyfish Whispers, Scfifaikuest, Illya’s
Honey, and Red River Review, as well as numerous
anthologies. Her short stories have appeared recently
in Night to Dawn, Yellow Mama, Black Petals, Sirens
Call, and Tales from the Moonlit Path, among
others, as well as in numerous horror anthologies such as Night in New
Orleans: Bizarre Beats from the Big Easy, Thuggish Itch: Viva Las
Vegas, and White Noise & Ouija Boards. She
appeared, briefly, as the uncredited "all-American Mom with baby"
in Purple Cactus Media’s 2007 Arizona indie-film,
"Vote for Zombie." Having lived in France, Brazil, Canada, and
several states in the US, she now resides in southern Arizona. https://hillarylyon.wordpress.com/
born in Leeds in 1939. He studied Ceramics at Leeds College
of Art and the Royal College of Art. In the late 1960s to early
1970s, he was Personal Assistant to Eduardo Paolozzi. Keith taught
at Hull College of Art and Leicester Polytechnic, which is now De Montfort University.
In 994 he retired from Academia.
Keith says, “Digital
technology has made and continues to make
big changes to all of our lives: the way we communicate, the way we are monitored,
the way we entertain ourselves, and much, much more.
now leave a digital footprint wherever we go, and with
whatever we do.
Do we already
have one foot in an Orwellian world?
My collages are an investigation,
with a small “I,” on the impact of digital technology
and its possibilities.”
A. F. Knott is a self-taught collage artist focused
on book layout and book cover design as well networking in conjunction with
Hekate Publishing, one of its missions, bringing together artist and writer.
Sometimes seen selling in New York City's Union Square Park. Work
can be found on
flickr.com/photos/afknott/ Any exchange of ideas welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ann Marie Rhiel is the Assistant Art Director
for Yellow Mama Webzine. She was born and raised in Bronx, New
York, presently living in New Jersey. She reconnected with her
passion for art in 2016 and has had her work exhibited in art galleries around
northern New Jersey ever since. She is a commissioned painting artist, who also
enjoys photography. Her work has also appeared in Black Petals and Megazine
If Charles Addams, Edgar Allan Poe, and
Willy Wonka sired a bastard child it would be the fat asthmatic
by the name of Michael D. Davis. He has been called
warped by dear friends and a freak by passing strangers. Michael
started drawing cartoons when he was ten, and his skill has improved with his humor,
which isn’t saying much. He is for the most part self-taught,
only ever crediting the help of one great high school art teacher.
His art has been shown at his local library for multiple years only
during October due to its macabre nature. If you want to see more of Michael’s
strange, odd, weird, cartoons you can follow him on Instagram at
Avalon Bingamon loves to
write and has written since she was a child. Her mind blooms
with fantasy and adventure! She loves to tell stories and transport the
spirit to other worlds in order to reinvigorate the dormant imagination! She
hopes to inspire all! :)
Kevin D. Duncan was born 1958 in Alton, Illinois
where he still resides. He has degrees in Political Science,
Classics, and Art & Design. He has been freelancing illustration and cartoons for over
25 years. He has done editorial cartoons and editorial illustration
for local and regional newspapers, including the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. His award-winning work
has appeared in numerous small press zines, e-zines, and he has
illustrated a few books.
Greenberg captures the world in words and images.
Her most recent poetry collection is Rudiments (Seashell
Books, 2020), her most recent essay collection is Simple
Gratitudes (Propertius Press, 2020), her most recent
short story collection is Demurral: Linens, and Towel and Fears (Bards&
Sages Publishing, 2020), and her most recent photography collection
is 20/20, Eye on Israel (Camel Saloon, 2015).
has been writing for fun or money since she was able to hold a
pen. A Jersey Girl at heart, she got her journalism degree at
Marquette University in Milwaukee and now writes mostly technical
articles about hydraulics and an occasional short story or poem on any other subject.
Noelle Richardson comes from a relatively large family
and has been illustrating and painting for about twelve years.
She writes a little on the side, plays a couple of instruments
and dabbles in tattoo design.
O’Keefe is an artist and writer living in
Roselle Park, NJ. Sean attended Syracuse University where he earned his BFA in
Illustration. After graduation, Sean moved to New York City where he
spent time working in restaurants and galleries while pursuing
various artistic opportunities. After the birth of his children,
Sean and family move to Roselle Park in 2015. He actively participates
in exhibitions and art fairs around New Jersey, and is
continuing to develop his voice as a writer. His work can be found online
and @justseanart on Instagram.
Henry Stanton's fiction, poetry and paintings
appear in 2River,
The A3 Review, Avatar, The Baltimore City Paper, The
Baltimore Sun Magazine, High Shelf Press, Kestrel, North
of Oxford, Outlaw Poetry, PCC Inscape, Pindeldyboz,
Rusty Truck, Salt & Syntax, SmokeLong Quarterly,
The William and Mary Review, Word Riot,
The Write Launch, and Yellow Mama, among other
His poetry was selected
for the A3 Review Poetry Prize and was shortlisted for the
Eyewear 9th Fortnight Prize for Poetry. His fiction received
an Honorable Mention acceptance for the Salt & Syntax Fiction
Contest and was selected as a finalist for the Pen 2 Paper
Annual Writing Contest.
A selection of
Henry Stanton's paintings are currently on show at Atwater's Catonsville and
can be viewed at the following website www.brightportfal.com. A selection of Henry Stanton’s published fiction
and poetry can be located for reading in the library at www.brightportfal.com.
Henry Stanton is
the Founding & Managing Editor of The Raw Art Review—www.therawartreview.com.
Londyyn Thomas resolutely eschews any
mythologizing of an artist and so avoids discussing personal life
Mike Knowles has
spent over 40 years working mainly in comics, along with contributions
to TV, Radio, animation, gonzo-style journalism for a “top-of-the-shelf”
magazine and odd spells as a digital artist. Not to mention three
gruesome years writing gags for comedians (even though they begged
him not to. But what did THEY know about humor?
for the comic papers.
Smith is a Boston-based artist and designer who works mostly with a
mixture of pen and ink, photography, and digital collage to create
horror art that has the lingering sense of a fever dream. Her
subjects vary widely, since she enjoys almost all genres of horror.
View her portfolio at: https://foxontherun.myportfolio.com/
Bernice Holtzman’s paintings and collages have
appeared in shows at various venues in Manhattan, including the Back Fence in
Greenwich Village, the Producer’s Club, the Black Door Gallery on W. 26th St.,
and one other place she can’t remember, but it was in a basement and she was well received.