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    Sarah Richardson

    Sarah Richardson is a graphic artist living in Chicago. In addition to illustrating and laying out tabletop RPGs and zines, she burns through comics and books as fast as her eyes can move. Sarah swears a lot on twitter as @scorcha79.

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  • Horror and Domestic Violence: Woman in White by Kristin Dearborn

    Horror and Domestic Violence: Woman in White by Kristin Dearborn0

    Woman in White Kristin Dearborn DarkFuse February 2016 I read an interview with Kristin Dearborn in which she mentions The Shining and The Thing as two of her inspirations, as well as talking about toxic relationships and domestic violence. Yep, hooked, there right now. Woman in White lived up to the expectations that name-dropping some

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  • Laser Kittens: An Interview with Cheyenne Wall-Grimes

    Laser Kittens: An Interview with Cheyenne Wall-Grimes0

    • February 15, 2016

    Although I had met Cheyenne Wall-Grimes a time or two before, it was really my experience with her at Metatopia, a gaming convention for designers, that told me the kind of person she was. It was my first time attending, and I was really not sure about this whole designer business. I was probably trying

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  • Beautiful Monstrosity: Crimson Peak Claw Polish Review

    Beautiful Monstrosity: Crimson Peak Claw Polish Review0

    • February 10, 2016

    I loved Crimson Peak. It spoke to the part of me that took Gothic literature classes and watched monster movies and wrapped it up in a beautiful house that bleeds secrets. It wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea, and that’s just fine, but some of us are thrilled that the DVD comes out this week.

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  • Winter Break Stretches On: How to Game with Your Family

    Winter Break Stretches On: How to Game with Your Family0

    • December 28, 2015

    Last year I introduced my mother to the wonders of modern board games and it was amazing. Rather than loll about on the couch after consuming way too much turkey, we worked together to stop some diseases threatening to wipe out civilization. And while I haven’t converted her into a full-fledged gamer, you too can

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