Monday, April 21, 2014

Meet SPP Mondays: Michael Cieslak




Michael Cieslak is a lifetime reader and writer of horror, mystery, and speculative fiction. A native of Detroit, he still lives within 500 yards of the city with his wife and their two dogs Tesla and Titus. The house is covered in Halloween decorations in October and dragons the rest of the year. He is an officer in the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers. His works have appeared in a number of collections including DOA: Extreme Horror, Dead Science, Vicious Verses and Reanimated Rhymes, the GLAHW anthologies, and Alter Egos Vol 1. He is the current Literature Track Head for Penguicon. Michaels most recent endeavor is the Dragons Roost Press imprint which will be publishing its first anthology Desolation, 21 Tales for Tails in 2014.  A portion of the proceeds of each sale of Desolation will benefit the Last Day Dog Rescue organization.

Michael will be attending Penguicon from May 2nd - 4th at the Westin in Southfield, MI where he'll be participating in five panels (maybe more).
He has recently opened an Etsy store (https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheDragonsRoost) specializing in creepy jewelry and home items.


Michaels mental excreta (including his personal blog They Napalmed My Shrubbery This Morning) can be found on-line at: 



Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Meet Source Point Mondays: The Amazing Paul Bradford



Paul Bradford is a writer of mostly comic books and poetry. His poetry works have appeared in Source Point Press’ Alter Egos Volumes 1 and 2 as well as Feast of the Dead: Hors D’oeuvres. His comic book works have appeared in numerous anthologies around the traps over the last few years. Coming up in 2014, Paul has works appearing in Indie Comics Magazine #8 (available to order right now in Aprils Previews), Gateways to Beyond by Gurukitty Studios, The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel #4, SciFiMax digital Magazine issue 00, as well as Moose Crossing Issues 2 (out now) and 3. 
To keep up with all the new stuff that Paul is pumping out, please visit his blog page at:


Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Meet Source Point Mondays: Kitty-Lydia Dye



Kitty-Lydia Dye is a writer and sketch card artist. Her short stories have appeared in Source Point Press' Feast of the Dead and Alter Egos Volume I. She is currently self-publishing a fantasy/steampunk series called S.T.E.A. The first two books of the series are Hellver Gate and The Fobwatches.
This year Kitty also plans to release a series of mysteries based on classic literature and mythology, look out for The Mystery of the Headless Husband, Bloodied Howl and The Curse of the Risen Dead. Her currents works and updates about future projects can be found at her blog.
And her books on the kindle can be found on Amazon.

Monday, March 31, 2014

Meet Source Point Mondays: David J. Fielding



David J. Fielding is a writer and actor. He originated the role of Zordon on the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers television series, and also provided voice talent for video games such as Empire EarthDungeon Siege: Legends of ArannaZeusPoseidon, and Anvil of Dawn. His published works have appeared in Nevermet Press; Rebel ePublishers LLC, Alter Egos, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 from Source Point Press, the recently released Capes and Clockwork Anthology from Dark Oak Press and the upcoming Something Strange is Going On anthology from Flinch! Books.


Fielding is planning to release his PEAKs centered novel Vigilance sometime this summer and he'll be working with the great folks at Source Point on a graphic novel set in the PEAKs universe :)

Check out David's Amazon author page at:


Monday, March 24, 2014

Meet Source Point Mondays: Caesar Serpent from the Jack of Spades comic



Nuevas Vegas use to be a very organized place. Even when parahumans began randomly appearing, Caesar Serpent found a way to maintain order. Parahumans that were willing to use their powers in the service of Caesar’s legal and illegal enterprises were organized into both his public and underground businesses. Those that wouldn’t cooperate were framed for crimes and hunted by the Jack of Spades or the authorities. However, Spade’s operations in Neuvas Vegas are beginning to make citizens feel safe and protected which cuts into Caesar’s legal and illegal businesses. Plans are being set into motion to stop the Jack of Spades from interfering with Caesar Serpents visions of running an orderly city.

“The fittest snake was fed.”
- Jack of Spades #1