Weird Science or a madness dream? That’s the microscope delivered to us by Denny Marshall with his intricate Circuitry Bare. ~Doc Denny E. Marshall has had art, poetry, and fiction published. One recent credit for interior art is Dreams & Nightmares #111 Jan. 2018. See more at www.dennymarshall.com.
There I was, in the middle of the Valley of Fire and I saw this ancient petroglyph of a creature made of many arms. Somehow Denny Marshall pulled it from the collective subconscious and placed it on digital ink for all of our horrors to come true. ~Doc Denny E. Marshall has had art, poetry, … [Read more…]
Denny is back with a bit of black and white–Wedge brings you not the guy from StarWars but something a lot more sturdy and sinister…-Doc Denny E. Marshall has had art, poetry, and fiction published. One recent credit is interior art in Bards And Sages Quarterly October 2018. See more at www.dennymarshall.com
I always thought RBY would be a haven for graphic artists. I think Denny was the first person to really run with that concept. This Disc Galaxy reminds me of some of Lizzie’s work for our anthology covers…and that says a lot! -Doc Denny E. Marshall has had art, poetry, and fiction published. One recent … [Read more…]
We love art at RBY. When we saw this, it made one of us miss home. I love the lining here and the isolation. It reminds me of all those years in the middle of the desert. Never thought I’d miss those days but… Cactus Art by Sravani singampalli Sravani singampalli is a published writer … [Read more…]
It’s just a jump to the left… The new cover is here and it is ready to wrap itself around all your filthy little stories (and artwork!). Soon this bad mamajama is going to press–but for now, let’s give a big big shout out to Lizzie Nicodemus who hit this cover out of the park! Remember, … [Read more…]
We do love art here at RBY. I really love this piece. When I opened the submission from Leila, I saw something rather damn cool unfold in front of my filthy little eyes. I love the sketch of it and the varied level of symbolism. There’s a lot of goodness to unpack in a small … [Read more…]