Hello and welcome back to another installment of Imitating Order. I've got a really special guest today, someone whose work and opinions I pretty strongly admire. She's a critic and editor extraordinaire, regularly turning her singularly discerning eye to the realms of comics, fashion, TV, and much more. I don't want to waste time building … Continue reading Imitating Order – An interview with Claire Napier
"That night he wound Enkidu had received in his struggle with Humbaba grew worse. He tossed with fever and was filled with dreams. He woke his friend to tell him what he heard and saw: The gods have said that one of us must die because we killed Humbaba and the Bull of Heaven. Enlil … Continue reading The Death of Enkidu
I was reminded it has been just about six months since I started writing Sacred Engines. Coincidentally, or maybe not, it was on the same day I crashed into the realization that I would be finished writing Sacred Engines probably in the next week or so. It floored me. Sent me for a hell of … Continue reading State of Affairs: February
Good morning and welcome back to my new interview series, Imitating Order. This weekend I'm super excited about my guest, it's someone whose work I've admired for a while. They're an awesome storyteller and author, recently of the most excellent science-fantasy WINTERGLASS: Benjanun Sriduangkaew. Matt: Let's get the writer stuff out of the way first. … Continue reading Imitating Order – An Interview with Benjanun Sriduangkaew
Lately I've been entertaining the idea of a fully colorized digital deluxe edition of the Grey Days trilogy, once Sacred Engines is complete. With that in mind, I took some colors to the amazing pieces done for Darkweird by Geo and Meagan.
Hello and welcome to the first installment of my new series of interviews, "Imitating Order." Much like my flash reviews, these interviews will be brief but hopefully succinct and informative and, who knows, even entertaining. Here we'll meet and talk to and explore a wild range of topics with a wild range of individuals, including … Continue reading Imitating Order – An Interview with Bryce Allen