Issue One

Cover artist and illustrator

Amy Houser is an illustrator and toy designer who has created for such companies as Disney, Mattel, Hasbro, Evil Hat Productions, Penny Dreadful Productions, and more. Her illustrations have been seen on and in such games as Do: Pilgrims of the Flying Temple, Suzerain, and the Dresden Files RPG. She is currently working on a webcomic, Remnant, to be released in 2012. She sleeps little, drinks much coffee, and enjoys her rare free time with her husband in their lovely, occasionally-underwater Victorian outside of Philadelphia, Pa. She also produced and narrated the Kickstarter project video. Twitter: @amylikestodraw Website:

Issue Two

Cover artist and illustrator

Galen Dara is an illustrator who has worked with Lightpseed magazine, Edge Publishing, Dagan Books, Apex, Scapezine, Tales to Terrify, Peculiar Pages, Sunstone, and the LovecraftZine. When Galen is not working on a project you can find her on the edge of the Sonoran Desert, climbing mountains or hanging out with a loving assortment of human and animal companions. Find her online at and on Twitter @galendara.

fireside_CoverIssue Three

The third issue of Fireside has stories by Daniel Abraham, Elizabeth Bear, Lucas J.W. Johnson, and Mary Robinette Kowal, and a comic written by Rachel Deering and drawn by Christine Larsen. This issue is not available for free yet, but you can buy ebook copies here.

Cover artist and illustrator

Lisa Grabenstetter was raised by trees. Or among trees, depending on how you’d like to phrase it. She has a degree in fine arts Printmaking (of all things) from Cleveland Institute of Art, and has done work for GUD Magazine, Crossed Genres, and 826 among others. She likes to draw monsters. Find her online at and on Twitter @magneticcrow.



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