Author Archives: curtismlawson

Jumping Mediums or Too Broke To Make Comics

If you’re fan of my work, chances are you have only read my comics. There’s a good reason for that. Aside from a short story I posted on MySpace back in the ancient days of social media, none of my … Continue reading

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The Devoured to be published by Winlock Press

I have just received the signed contracts, making the publication deal for my debut novel official. Winlock Press, a new imprint of the celebrated horror publisher Permuted Press, will be putting out an e-book this summer, with a paperback to … Continue reading

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Ten Years to Mastema

Some projects come to life easily. Others drag their nails into the vaginal walls of creation, screaming to stay in the mental womb forever. In the case of my most recent publication, Mastema, the latter was true. Luckily, I had … Continue reading

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Mastema is on Comixology!

It’s been a long time coming, but Mastema is finally avialable. You can purchase my eighty-one page dark fantasy graphic novel in a digital format through Comixology (complete with guided view technology). The best part, it’s only $5.99. Mastema can be purchased here. … Continue reading

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NYCC 2014

As many of you probably know, NYCC  just wrapped up this past Sunday. It’s one of the few pilgrimages which I make each year and always well worth the time, money, and travel. I network, attend panels, and buy stuff … Continue reading

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Mastema is at the printer!

My graphic novel, Mastema, has been a long time coming, first going through production hell, then serving a small stint in pre-press purgatory. I spoke with Arcana Studios earlier this week though, and they informed  me that it goes to the printer … Continue reading

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Druids Of Winter Hill

Here’s a sneak peak of my new project, Druids of Winter Hill. On the left you can see the work of Current artist, Matt Lao. Matt tackles everything but the lettering on this. On the right you can see an … Continue reading

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