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.
Recently, I noticed a new hashtag pop up on my Twitter feed: #DiversifyTabletop. I took notice because I’ve seen a couple of attempts to make lists of tabletop games made by women, PoC, and members of the LGBTQ community. The assumption is that these type of creators are not as visible as the traditional straightREAD MORE
Sing Me Your Scars Damien Angelica Walters Apex Publications March 9, 2015 This collection of short stories is creepy, weird, heartbreaking, and lovely. It’s broken into three parts: Here, And the Now, and And Away. There is a sense of travel as you move through the parts, and I’ll be highlighting one story from each.READ MORE
When you tell the world—your parents, teachers, and friends—that you want to be an artist, they tell you that you will starve. They also don’t expect you to be good at organization. Creative means messy, moody, flaky. It means charcoal smudges on your sandwich because you’re choking it down quick to get back to thatREAD MORE
I was a serious My Little Pony addict as a kid. You could keep your Barbies, your Care Bears, your Cabbage Patch dolls; let me have my herd of bright haired ponies. I made little bridles and saddlecloths, and covered a blanket on the floor with a river of tiny horses escaping from the HeREAD MORE